Robert Downey Jr. has signed up for two more "Avengers" films.
MENTOR, Ohio - Fans eager to see the super hero team of a lifetime hit the big screen in a matter of hours can turn to one local cinema that's offering a Marvel comics lovers deal leading up to the Thursday midnight showing of "The Avengers."
Through Thursday at Atlas Cinemas Great Lakes Stadium 16 in Mentor can you get this deal: watch all 5 Marvel Studios movies in 3D (Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America) at matinee pricing before "The Avengers" 3D opening.
With each ticket you buy to see the flicks, you'll get a free Avengers comic book, while supplies last.
Tickets are available online at Atlas Cinemas. Below is a list of the movies and their start times.
Iron Man Tue: 5:00, 9:30 / Wed: 12:30, 7:15 / Thu: 12:30, 7:15
The Incredible Hulk Tue: 2:45, 7:15 / Wed: 5:00, 9:30 / Thu: 2:45, 9:30
Iron Man 2 Tue: 12:30, 9:30 / Wed: 2:45, 7:15 / Thu: 2:45, 5:00
Thor (3D) Tue: 12:30, 5:00 / Wed: 2:45, 9:30 / Thu: 12:30, 7:15
Captain America (3D) Tue: 2:45, 7:15 / Wed: 12:30, 5:00 / Thu: 5:00, 9:30
"The Avengers" opened internationally last weekend breaking records and earning $185.1 million.
A friend of mine was invited to watch "The Avengers" at a screening Tuesday night. He said the movie is definitely worth seeing, calling it "a fun flick."
Will you be seeing the Cleveland-filmed "Avengers" this weekend?
On the Web: The Avengers http://marvel.com/avengers_movie/
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