Theaters Across America To Hold Vigil Showings Of “Avengers: Endgame” For Faithful Who Cannot Attend Holy Day Showings On Friday

April 25, 2019 by  
Filed under Parish Life

In anticipation of large crowds for Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, theater managers from across the country have announced that they will be holding vigil showings for the faithful who cannot attend holy day showings.

“We are very excited about all the zeal and enthusiasm that we have seen for this movie,” said 16-year-old Regal Cinema manager Craig Livingston. “So, to help accommodate those who cannot make it to holy day showings tomorrow, we have decided to run multiple showings of Endgame, blessed be it’s awesome title.”

89-year-old film projectionist Herb Scott told EOTT recently that, as excited as he always is to see enthusiasm for going to a movie, it is a shame that a majority of the faithful still only tend came out for the “big movies.”

“Look, I’m not trying to be crabby. I’m just saying that so many people, especially our youth, just stick with Netflix and such throughout the year, and then might just come out for two movies the rest of the year. In my day we used to come out to a movie every Sunday, but things ain’t like they used to, I suppose.”

Scott went on to say that he planned to welcome everyone to the theater some time midway through the movie, before delivering fifteen minutes of remarks about the importance of going to the theater every week.

“Oh, yes, I’ll definitely be reminding people that the theater is still here on days other than just these holy days.”