IN PHOTOS: Filipino fans line up to watch 'Avengers: Endgame'

MANILA, Philippines – Avengers: Endgame opened on Wednesday, April 24 in Philippine cinemas. And fans – as expected – did #WhateverItTakes, including waking up early in the morning, to catch the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War. (READ: The first reactions to 'Avengers: Endgame' are out)

At Greenbelt 3 in Makati City, one fan, Iñigo Reyes, who was one of many who booked tickets for the movie in advance. He showed Rappler a photo he took of Spider-Man actor Tom Holland during a trip in Los Angeles. “I’m with a friend. We booked these tickets weeks ago. It’s better to be early rather than it being spoiled," he said.

BIG FAN. Iu00f1igo Reyes holds a photo he took of Tom Holland, the actor playing Spider-Man, during his trip to LA.

BIG FAN. Iu00f1igo Reyes holds a photo he took of Tom Holland, the actor playing Spider-Man, during his trip to LA.

 

Iñigo secured a seat along the first rows at the edge of the cinema. “I even bought a ticket for a different movie just to see if my seat for the Endgame is okay. I didn’t even finish that movie.”

 

COSPLAY. Marvel Cinematic Universe Fans met the cosplayers of cast of the Avengers: Endgame during the filmu2019s opening day at Ayala Circuit Makati, April 24, 2019. Both kids and adults came in wearing their novelty Marvel shirts eager to watch the film early. Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler

COSPLAY. Marvel Cinematic Universe Fans met the cosplayers of cast of the Avengers: Endgame during the filmu2019s opening day at Ayala Circuit Makati, April 24, 2019. Both kids and adults came in wearing their novelty Marvel shirts eager to watch the film early.

Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler

 

READY. Audiences take photos of the cosplayers before watching the movie.

READY. Audiences take photos of the cosplayers before watching the movie.

ASSEMBLE. Cosplayers pose for photos before the movie.

ASSEMBLE. Cosplayers pose for photos before the movie.

ANTICIPATION. Viewers dressed as Captain Marvel pose for photos.

ANTICIPATION. Viewers dressed as Captain Marvel pose for photos.

LINE UP. Fans line up to watch the movie.

LINE UP. Fans line up to watch the movie.

Select cinemas in Metro Manila earlier announced that Endgame would begin screenings at 6 am, Philippine time. Some cinemas will be operating 24 hours over a certain period to accomodate the expected demand. – with a report from Alecs Ongcal/Rappler.com