“Avengers: Endgame” Named 2019’s Most Anticipated Movie By Atom Tickets
The upcoming Avengers movie, Avengers: Endgame, is 2019’s most anticipated film reports Atom Tickets through Yahoo.com. Backed by Fox, Disney, and Lionsgate, Atom Tickets, who specializes in distributing surveys, placed Captain Marvel and Toy Story 4 in second and third place respectively.
The organization reported that Endgame far surpassed other films by “wide margins.” Fandango, a similar company, had results of the same nature just last week. The organization stated the upcoming superhero movie was 2019’s most awaited flick.
The Chairman and Co-Founder of Atom Tickets, Matthew Bakal, said that Dwayne Johnson, Star Wars, The Avengers, and Lupita Nyong’o would be competing with each other vociferously, but thus far, the Avengers, starring Robert Downey Junior and Jeremy Renner, is ahead of the pack.
Movie enthusiasts know murmurs around the scene have claimed streaming would soon overtake the film business, however, reports state that consumers are still interested in going out to the cinema.
The survey reported that an “overwhelming 86% of respondents” claimed they were excited to go to the movie theaters in 2019. Not only will they watch the movie in the theater but they’ll also tune in at home.
As it was previously reported, analysts last year, around the time of Stephen King’s It, worried that movie studios were in serious trouble, however, it appears as though they have continued to pump out extremely lucrative films.
Additionally, the international demand for American-made film and television shows has exploded, especially the former. Fast and Furious, Avengers and other superhero movies have all done exceedingly well at international box offices.
Although, one can foresee, admittedly, that traditional broadcasting networks like CBS, ABC, and NBC, are in serious trouble, as streaming juggernauts like Netflix continue to produce groundbreaking films and television. Some of the most popular series created by the company includes House Of Cards, Narcos, Stranger Things, and many others.
Putting that aside, it looks like the traditional movie theater isn’t going anywhere yet, but no one can say how long it will last. Moreover, due to television series’ earning potential, writers are increasingly attracted to shows like Game Of Thrones.