When the summer blockbuster “The Avengers” is released in theaters on July 18, many people are planning on grabbing tickets for a quick sneak peak at the blockbuster before the big reveal at midnight.
However, there are a few things you should be aware of before going to the theater.
The first and most obvious is the cost.
A ticket for “The Force Awakens” at the AMC theater in New York costs $25, while tickets for the “Avengers” are only $25.
If you have a small or medium-sized family, that price will probably not be enough to keep you away from the theater during the film’s release.
Also, don’t expect to see the film for free.
Tickets to the film go on sale July 25 at midnight on both Disney and Marvel Studios websites.
If you go online to check out your options, you’ll find you’ll have to pay $15 for tickets.
That’s $25 more than the $19 that you would normally pay to go to the movie theater.
A ticket to “The Fantastic Four” in New Orleans is $15.
But if you want to go, you can purchase a limited edition ticket for $25 at a theater near you.
A few other things to be aware about the film before you go:You can’t see the movie until it opens on July 17, so be prepared to wait a while.
You can purchase tickets for “Avatar” on the Disney website or on Marvel.com for as little as $20 a pop.
Disney has yet to reveal when or where the film will premiere in theaters.
There are several other ways to watch the film in the comfort of your own home.
It’s an easy and cheap way to see “The Incredible Hulk,” “Captain America: Civil War” and other Marvel Studios films, so if you can get ahold of a friend or relative for the weekend, you should consider this option.
If you don’t have friends or relatives who will be willing to come and watch “The Captain America: The Winter Soldier” on your own, you may have to settle for some popcorn at the movie theaters.
If all else fails, “The Last Jedi” will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on July 25.
It’s currently on sale for $29.99.