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Marvel’s biggest flicks return to Philippine theaters

To celebrate an impressive decade of Marvel Studios blockbusters, starting tomorrow until Oct. 21, sixteen films spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) will be returning to Philippine theaters for the Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary Movie Marathon. 

Marvel’s biggest flicks return to Philippine theaters
Marvel’s ‘Iron Man’ along with 15 other big MCU titles hit local cinemas once again. 
Beginning with Marvel Studios’ Iron Man, the first film to kick off the MCU, and all the way through this year’s releases of Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Ant-Man and The Wasp, Marvel films will be seen on the big screen again in participating cinemas across the country.

The complete list of movies to be shown includes Iron Man (2008), Thor, Thor The Dark World, Thor Ragnarok, Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Ant-man, Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, Doctor Strange, and The Avengers, Avengers Age of Ultron.

Fans can also avail of a special bundle ticket that allows access for all 16 films for just P1,200 which already includes a limited edition poster. Check out the respective websites and social pages of participating cinemas for the screening schedule.

Marvel Studios’ unprecedented success over the last ten years is reflected in its cumulative box-office receipts worldwide. Legions of fans—both old and new—have enjoyed the live-action exploits of favorite Marvel Super Heroes in films that express the unique vision and creativity of the filmmakers, and deliver spectacle and thrilling action with relatable characters.

Follow @MarvelPhilippines on Facebook for the list of participating cinemas and other details. 

Topics: Marvel Studios , Marvel Cinematic Universe , Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary Movie Marathon , Iron Man , Black Panther
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