Cinema websites like AMC and Fandango crashed almost immediately after tickets went up for pre-sale earlier this week.
If you want to see Avengers: Endgame, get in line!
Earlier this week, cinema websites like AMC and Fandango crashed almost instantly after tickets went up for pre-sale, and now, fans are dishing out thousands of dollars in order to be the first to see the film on opening weekend.
According to Fandango, the latest installment of the Marvel franchise broke the record for the most pre-sale tickets purchased in 24 hours, a record that was previously held by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Tickets for the movie -- which stars Robert Downey Jr., Brie Larson, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth and more -- have since been popping up on eBay, with some listed for $100 or less in places like Oklahoma, and others selling for nearly $10,000 in New York City.
"For that I want Robert Downey Jr. to watch the movie with me, whispering cheeky spoilers and occasionally stealing my popcorn," one fan wrote on Twitter, with another replying, "I'd rather have Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland, so that I could obnoxiously shush them because of how spoiler-y they'd get."
As of Thursday morning, there were over 350 listings on eBay for Endgame tickets. And while most of the ridiculously pricey tickets have yet to be sold, a pair of tickets for a showing at an AMC in New Jersey was purchased for $15,000.
Winston Duke, who reprises his Black Panther role of M'Baku in the film, warned fans that Endgame would be "bigger" than last year's Infinity War while speaking with ET last month.
"It's going to be a lot of fun, going to be crazy, and they have a way of still topping themselves when you feel like they might have jumped the shark," he teased. "They still have a way of making it new."
Avengers: Endgame hits theaters Friday, April 26. Hear more in the video below.