Marvel Fans Are Sharing How The ‘Avengers’ Movies Touched Their Lives 

Avengers Endgame

The Infinity Saga has – and it pains us to write this – come to an end with the release of Avengers: Endgame. The three-hour and two-minute movie has fans feeling all kinds of things but for the vast majority, it’s bittersweet as hell. To celebrate the past 11 years and 22 movies of Marvel magic, fans have taken to social media – especially Twitter – to say #ThankYouAvengers. 

Yeah, it’s time to cry again.

(You can absolutely bet a bunch of these messages include the gut-wrenching words: “Love you 3000.” Goddamn it.)

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Lovers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have shared memories, old movie tickets, favourite moments, and messages to the original six – Iron-Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner).

#ThankYouAvengers started to trend over the weekend after the release of Endgame in the United States.

Captain America himself described some of the tweets of thanks as “incredibly touching”. 

And now, we cry.

“I went through all my old movie tickets and found all the MCU ones. My oldest is Iron-Man 2 and some are so faded you can’t even read them in this picture. I loved every minute of the last 10+ years. #ThankYouAvengers”

“22 films, 48/10 hours, 2922 minutes and every second has been worth it. These movies have been a big part of everyone’s lives and I can’t put into words how sad it is knowing the era is almost over, each character will forever have a special place in my heart. #ThankYouAvengers,” @mxndesparker tweeted.

“Thank you for so many years of greatness this whole cast did this for us, such an experience that I’ll never forget. Sadly this era might be over but we will remember the times we laughed and cried so #ThankYouAvengers,” @negansari wrote.

To cheer you up, here’s a video of a relieved Ruffalo after he managed not to spoil Endgame. 

Avengers: Endgame is in cinemas now.