Avengers: End Game is set to be a blockbuster in cinemas around the world, and Reading Cinemas Maitland is no exception.
The much-anticipated finale to more than a decade of Marvel superhero movies was released on Thursday.
Cinema complex manager Yvette Cavanagh said the initial interest in the movie was "huge".
"It's been one of the highest movies for online ticket sales," she said.
"People want to make sure they don't miss out so they're booking ahead online"
"We have nine sessions a day for the first week and our largest cinema holds 320 people.
"So, if you think about that, that's a big audience."
Ms Cavanagh said there were still tickets available for tonight's sessions, but advised booking ahead, especially on Anzac Day with it being a public holiday.
While she normally would have an opportunity to see some movies before release, Ms Cavanagh said there were more restrictions with the latest Avengers film.
Naturally, she has a main message for those who walk out the cinema doors on release date.
"#nospoilers!" she said.
Between Hoyts Green Hills and Reading Cinemas Maitland there were 30 sessions on offer on April 24.
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