According to a UK company dealing in box office data, those living in the United Kingdom may well be getting to see Avengers: Endgame a day earlier than those in the USA.
Comscore Movies UK, who specialize in box office data (and therefore are likely a reliable source) Avengers: Endgame now has a release date in the UK and Ireland of April 25th – a day earlier that the April 26th release overseas.
NEWS FROM THE UK & IRELAND RELEASE CALENDAR:
Avengers: Endgame will have a Thursday opening, 25th April.
— Comscore Movies UK & Ireland (@CsMoviesUK) January 29, 2019
For those ready to moan about the unfairness of it all, this is nothing new, as Marvel often releases their films earlier in the UK than the US – in fact, the one-day difference was set to be the same for Infinity War, until Robert Downey Jr. managed to get the studio to change the date.
The release gap has been longer, however, as Captain America: The Winter Soldier was released on March 26th, 2014 in the UK, and a week later in the US on April 4th. So, it could be worse, America.