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This Die-Hard Marvel Fan Watched ‘Avengers: Endgame’ 110 Times

Don’t think anyone can challenge this fella…


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This Die-Hard Marvel Fan Watched ‘Avengers: Endgame’ 110 Times
Marvel Studios/Agustin Alanis

Captain thanks you for your service.


How much do you love the Avengers and the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)?

Some people show their passion and affection by spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on collectibles, others just watch the movies and follow the cast members on social media.

But for this one guy, he’s taken his fandom to the next level by investing money and a lot of his free time.

Agustin regularly updates his ticket stub along with the cinema attendant on his Twitter account.
Agustin Alanis from Florida, USA has reportedly watched the final 'Avengers' movie, ‘Avengers: Endgame’, a whopping 110 times!

The Marvel fan watched his 110th screening on 11 June, which means that he watched ‘Endgame’ an average of 2.29 times per day since it was released on 24 April.

In total, he's spent 333 hours watching the movie! 

Agustin was also very lucky to have met half of the Avengers.
This also means that Alanis has set a new Guinness World Record after beating fellow Marvel hardcore fan Anthony Mitchell, who watched ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ 103 times last year.

He chronicled his cinematic journey every day via his Twitter account, @agalanis17.

We decided to check out his profile and we were shocked to find that he’s STILL watching the movie: he went for his 112th screening on Wednesday!

Will his streak ever end? We’ll have to wait and see.
 
This guy definitely has A LOT of time on his hands to be watching a three-hour long movie at this rate. He probably has memorised every single line in the movie. But seriously though, does he have a job?

Well apparently, he works 10 hours a day and tries to watch ‘Endgame’ twice every day, as reported by AFP. Now THAT is pure dedication.

We salute you, Mr. Agustin. Definitely helping to break box office records and creating your own record even if it means “whatever it takes” to make it happen.

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