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Fans have been wondering and whether there would be an intermission for Avengers: Endgame ever since they found out it would be over three hours long.

In a recent interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, and Paul Rudd talked to Kimmel about the length of the film and their experiences as part of the MCU.

Mark Ruffalo previously offered an idea on Good Morning America:

"Bring a box of Kleenex and a diaper."



You can see the full, 17 minute, interview below.

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Paul Rudd's suggestion was a bit more crude, but probably just as effective:

"Get one of those giant tubs of popcorn and then just like lower it under the seat, in the middle of the movie and then you won't have to get up."

Twitter had plenty to say about the recommendations, especially Rudd's.


Some had alternate solutions.





Others were less concerned about the length.




Some still weren't sure how they'd manage to make it through.


One user suggested a training regimen to prepare your bladder:


There are 16 days until Avengers: Endgame premieres for you to figure out how you want to deal with the lack of an intermission.

Whatever you decide to do, don't buy the giant soda!

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