One Marvel Fan Has Watched 'Avengers: Endgame' 115 Times

“Avengers: Endgame” was 3 hours long. Florida man has watched more than 110 times. | Miami Herald

“Avengers: Endgame” was 3 hours long. Florida man has watched more than 110 times. | Miami Herald

The Miami Herald reveals the story of one Agustin Alanis, a 30-year-old man from Riverview, Florida, who is approaching 120 theatrical viewings of Endgame to date.

Avengers: Endgame sure has some hardcore fans.

An "Avengers: Endgame" superfan in Florida is trying to break a world record by watching the Marvel blockbuster 114 times - and counting. Anthony "Nem" Mitchell, of Charlotte, set that record after viewing Avengers: Infinity War a total of 103 times previous year, according to the Miami Herald.

He's submitted paperwork to Guinness World Records a month ago and hopes to hear from them this week, Alanis told CNN. Do you think my wife would notice if I went to the same movie 100 times in a six weeks?

For those curious: 116 viewings is about 348 hours of Endgame viewing - roughly 14 and a half days - nearly half a month! - sitting in a theater watching it.

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"I work 10 hours, watch end game 2 times on weekdays at least 6 hours", said Agustin Alanis in a message on Twitter on Monday that was accompanied by a picture of himself and a theater attendant holding his 110th ticket stub for the movie.

Alanis has already spent what would be over 40 workdays watching the superhero action movie, all while working as a supervisor at his family's construction business, CNN reports.

The film hit theaters back in April, and Alanis has dutifully watched the movie on the silver screen ever since. "Then, I started going every single day, posting my rounds or views because I really love the film".

Alanis made a decision to challenge Mitchell's record when "Endgame" opened in late April with a $1.2 billion debut.

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