Avengers: Infinity War Hits Netflix This Christmas

Escape your family for 149 minutes.

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One of 2018's biggest movies, Avengers: Infinity War, will be available to stream on Netflix starting Christmas Day, the streaming giant has announced. As usual, not every region worldwide will get it right away or at all; for now, Infinity War will only be available to stream in the US and Canada.

Below is a promo that Netflix released to hype up the coming launch of Infinity War on Netflix. You can watch the movie on Christmas Day escape from your family for 149 minutes. It's just one of the many new arrivals on Netflix in December.

Infinity War hit theatres in April, and it's far and away the biggest box office smash of the year. It hauled in more than $2 billion globally, according to Box Office Mojo.

The untitled fourth avengers movie hits theatres in April 2019, a month after the Brie Larson-starring Captain Marvel premieres in March that year. The first trailer for Avengers 4 is coming before the end of the year, so you can expect it pretty soon. The movie has finished filming, and to celebrate, directors Joe and Anthony Russo released a teaser image. A trailer is expected soon.

The new Avengers movie will seemingly wrap up a years-long story arc following the dramatic events of Infinity War.

Chris Evans, who plays Steve Rogers/Captain America, recently talked about his emotional final day on set. Some Marvel fans believe Cap might be among the characters who could be killed off in the new Avengers film.

Writer Christopher Markus said the next Avengers film will be very different, summarizing it as: "We broke your heart. Now we're going to blow your mind."

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