There's no getting around the fact that Avengers: Endgame was a big draw.
Even some casual fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe caught it more than once in order to better take in its sturdy three-hour plus runtime.
But for some, going to see the climax of the MCU's 22 movie story arc has become a way of life.
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One fan – Agustin Alanis from Mexico – is claiming he's been to see the movie a truly devoted/baffling 110 times.
They are SHIELD...Well, actually Hydra. But, we didn't know that yet.#avengersendgame #TigreVengador @RobertDowneyJr @ChrisEvans @Russo_Brothers @Avengers @jimmyfallon pic.twitter.com/wYzak4gnGR
— Agustin Alanis (@agalanis17) June 11, 2019
More staggering still is that he says he hit the record in just under a month, with his 103rd screening being taken in with fellow Marvel fan Tony Mitchell, aka 'Nem: The Infinity Watcher'.
This beats what was regarded as the previous record, when Marvel buff Mitchell from Charlotte, North Carolina went to see the movie's predecessor Avengers: Infinity War 103 times in 2018, bagging himself a Guinness World Record.
Today I tie this legend @NemRaps with 103 views watching the same film in theaters. You sparked this to be done, so I honor you brother.#avengersendgame @Avengers @ChrisEvans @Russo_Brothers @Kevfeige @RobertDowneyJr #tigrevengador @louisde2 #Avengers https://t.co/VVBVlhR53b pic.twitter.com/OFJYeRrTk5
— Agustin Alanis (@agalanis17) June 9, 2019
Plus it means that he's spent nearly 314 hours watching the movie, around 13 days in all.
Director Joe Russo even congratulated Mitchell personally for his dedication at the time, and invited him to the Endgame set to watch reshoots, so presumably Alanis will be taking over as Captain America or something.
Alanis appears to be a die-hard Marvel fan of all stripes, though, not just for the Avengers.
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As well as shots with the likes of Chris Evans and Paul Rudd, his Instagram is littered with pictures of him meeting the likes of Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter and British X-Men star Michael Fassbender.
And not to mention the late Stan Lee. He'd have been proud.