Anthony Mackie Uses Captain America Meme To Troll Avatar

Endgame Catching Up To Avatar’s Top Spot

Avengers: Endgame was re-released in cinemas lately with some new unseen footage. Marvel Studios hopes it will defeat Avatar as the highest grossing film. The MCU movie is about $20 million much from reaching its goal. The fans of the franchise aren’t the only ones intending to see it take that wanted top spot. Avatar has held the place for the highest grossing film for ten years. However, MCU actors have been vocal about their desire for accomplishment as well.

Anthony Mackie roles The new Captain America and the characters of Sam Wilson/Falcon. He recently expressed his hopes for Endgame in the tweet below:

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Anthony Mackie’s Avatar Meme Goes Viral

The celebrity utilized his launching MCU scene from the opening of Captain America: The Winter Season Soldier. Neytiri from Avatar is photoshopped onto Mackie’s body. However, numerous Marvel followers had some terrific reactions to the post:


Senni Paananen’s tweet:



Avengers: Endgame re-release still running in theatres

Avengers: Endgame re-release still running in theatres
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Recently, Avengers: Endgame stands at $21.7 million away from getting to Avatar, that made over $2.78 billion during its time in the theatre. Moreover, the distinction may not look like a good deal. Nonetheless, attendance for the new film has reduced given its preliminary release. Additionally, there’s no warranty it will reach its purpose. Nevertheless, the movie is still being re-released globally to assist in boosting its numbers, so it’s still in the game.


Avengers: Endgame was re-released in the theatres. Other 2019 MCU pictures include Captain Marvel and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Additionally, Captain Marvel is on DVD and Blu-ray. Spider-Man Far From House is now playing in movie theatres everywhere, along with the re-release of Endgame.

Watch the trailer for Avengers: Endgame here:


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