Win Avengers Tickets - Competition Time!
To celebrate the launch of the new Avengers: Endgame film in cinemas on 25th April we are giving away four free tickets to a cinema of your choice for this sure-to-be blockbuster (Hulk) smash.
To be in with a chance of winning these tickets all you have to do is send your answer to the following question, along with your name, to firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th April and we'll announce the winner on our tenant Facebook page
NB: This competition is only open to current Cullen Property tenants - Good luck!
Who was the voice of Thanos in last years' Avengers: Infinity War?
A: Tommy Lee Jones
B: Jeff Bridges
C: Liam Neeson
D: Josh Brolin
The Guardian Review - Avengers: Endgame
The previous Avengers movie, Infinity War, stunned believers and unbelievers alike with its sheer stupendous scale, and that devastating ending in which the evil Thanos appeared to have gained victory by getting hold of all six of the Infinity Stones, causing a crumbling-to-dust of many key players: a terrible cosmic loss, irreparable, irreversible, surely?
We were of course promised wild new surprises with this colossal climactic movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely and directed by the Russo brothers, Joe and Anthony. But would these surprises be .... new ways of coming to terms with the unchangeable disaster? Unexpected coping strategies? Novel means of simply accepting the Avengers’ stunningly permanent defeat?
Or could it be … something else? Paul Rudd, who plays Ant-Man, was challenged on TV about the possibility of his character shrinking to a tiny size, flying into some convenient orifice of the evil Thanos, and then grossly enlarging himself to make the great villain go splat like Mr Creosote. Rudd declined to be drawn....
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