Twitter Reactions to 'Avengers: Endgame' Critic Screenings: 'Incredible' and 'Gloriously Masterful'
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The culmination of 11 years and 22 films, critics are calling the "greatest superhero movie ever" and promise it's "everything you're hoping for and more."

Chris Evans told the assembled crowd at the premiere of "Avengers: Endgame" that he cried six times while watching the movie, while Chris Hemsworth said he cried more than six times.

The cast, film critics and 2,000 of their closest friend (i.e. fans) assembled in a massive makeshift theater to witness the culmination of 11 years and 22 films worth of work. And while reviews for the film, which hits theaters Friday, aren't out yet, early reactions via Twitter are and they're nothing short of astounding.

Rotten Tomatoes is promising to reveal "Avengers: Endgame" official score on their site Tuesday at 3 p.m. PT and if these early reactions are any indication, it could vie with the highest-rated films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, led by "Black Panther" with its astonishing 97 percent.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe generally receives positive reviews for most of its efforts, but these have to be beyond even what Marvel and Disney were expecting. Even better, critics are echoing the sentiments of the film's creators Anthony and Joe Russo by urging fans to go see the film as soon as possible and as blind as possible.

The only criticism that crept into the edges of some of these reviews was that the film is very long, but fans have been warned about that already. And genre fans are no stranger to long films after the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy. Plus, a long running time didn't stop "Titanic" from shattering expectations when it hit theaters.

The difference this time is "Avengers: Endgame" is absolutely expected to shatter many records in its debut and throughout its theatrical run, with serious talk of it supplanting "Avatar" as the highest grossing film of all time.

It stars a veritable who's who of stars from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and yet it's been held under such a shroud of secrecy it's not entirely clear who all will appear in the film. "Avengers: Infinity War" ended with Thanos wiping out half of the universe's population with a snap.

As a result, only the confirmed survivors of that snap have been doing press. And it is only their faces that have been used in promotional materials. But no one thinks they will be the only faces seen in the film, as future project with the likes of Black Panther and Spider-Man prove something will be done to fix what's happened.

And that's what has anticipation so high. Even the cast hadn't seen the film prior to Monday night's premiere. The directors are urging fans to keep the film's secrets, and critics are now urging the same thing. They're also telling fans that all the theorizing about what might happen in the film hasn't begun to prepare them for what does go down.

Theaters are sold out across the nation for the film's premiere this weekend, so it should be interesting to see how social media responds to these requests for silence and secrecy as many fans are scrambling to find a screening. To be on the safe side, though, it might be worth unplugging until you see the film. Just don't wait too long.

If it is as big and epic as everyone says it is, fans are going to want to talk about it and start speculating all over again about what it all means for the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

After all, this is the culmination for everything that has come before and, so far as we know, the last hurrah for the original six Avengers. What comes next could be wildly different.

Check out the early enthusiasm below and then get in line for "Avengers: Endgame," in theaters this Friday, April 26:

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