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Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War Coming To Theaters Early

While we were originally supposed to get Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War on May 4, the usual week after Britain and some other countries, the studio has now decided to bring the global release forward to 27 April.

Staged as a Twitter chat between the company and one of the film's stars (Robert Downey Jr.), the exchanged served as confirmation that the film will be on the move.

Still, the move makes sense for Marvel and corporate bosses Disney, because it means there is more time for Infinity War to grab audience eyes and ticket sales before another Mouse House division, Lucasfilm, releases Solo: A Star Wars Story, due to arrive on 25 May.

Infinity War, of course, finds Thanos (Josh Brolin) deciding to finally obtain the Infinity Stones for himself, putting him up against the assembled might of the Avengers, the Guardians Of The Galaxy, the Black Panther and a variety of heroes. It'll be out... sigh... everywhere on 27 April.

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