I’ve been avoiding all the interviews and promotional stuff that’s been going on for Avengers: Endgame which is daft right but honestly I’m not sure I’m ready to say goodbye to The Avengers as I decided to go to Manchester to see it on the Imax and in 3d and now I’m thinking if that was a good idea as I’m gonna have to get a train home and not burst into tears because it’s going to be emotional and yeah they are fictional characters but fictional characters I’ve invested in emotionally and money wise. (I really need to sort my funko pop collection out to show you).
I know I’m gonna cry because I did when I watched Logan. Granted that was a 15 rating and well is kind of brutal at the end and I’ve only seen that movie twice once at the cinema and once on Blu-ray, I should maybe try watching it again. I just feel the more get older (38 in two weeks) the more emotional I’m getting and yeah not sure how I’m going to react to this. Plus it’s going to be weird not having certain characters in the MCU anymore.
Not that I’m not excited to move forward. Yes I’ll probably be in my mid-40s but I can’t wait for some decent X-men movies now Disney has the rights back. I’m an X-men fan above everything else I got into them in the 90s watching the animated series and yes wolverine is my favourite. I do trust Kevin Feige will do a good job as he produced some of the earlier X-men films so he knows what needs to do
Also very happy that James Gunn gets to finish The Guardians of the Galaxy trilogy as well. I love that he’s brought Rocket and Groot into my life. They are the best characters from guardians. ( you can’t fight me on that)
But roll on Thursday (yes it’s out a day before the USA ) I’m sure if you follow me on Twitter you’ll see my none spoiler review of it or some sort of reaction I don’t know. I just know I’m excited yet apprehensive about it and by 7:30 pm on Thursday evening it’ll be over and done with.