MIT students turn university’s Great Dome into Captain America’s shield, Chris Evans reacts

Anthony Russo and Joe Russo’s Avengers: Endgame has now become one of the biggest movies of this year and broken many records across the globe and India as well. The film was released on April 26 and the theatres were packed with people who had booked days in advance.

The fan craze is major and the recently Chris Evans who plays the role of Captain America took to Twitter and shared an article about Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students who celebrated the culmination of the Avengers Cinematic Universe by turning the university’s Great Dome into a giant Captain America shield.

The article stated that about a handful of people have been working on this for months now and the plan started over a year ago. When the students learnt that the final Marvel movie was going to be released this year, they started planning the transformation.

Chris Evans shared the post and wrote, “Very Cool!”

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The movie which is being applauded a lot by critics and fans is having an incredible run at the box office as well. In America, Endgame made about $350 million in its first weekend.

In the Indian scenario, it has also earned pretty well and trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the figures, “#AvengersEndgame refuses to slow down… Crosses ₹ 200 cr on Day 5 [Tue]… Sets sights on ₹ 400 cr… Fri 53.60 cr, Sat 52.20 cr, Sun 52.85 cr, Mon 31.05 cr, Tue 26.10 cr. Total: ₹ 215.80 cr Nett BOC. India biz. Gross BOC: ₹ 256.90 cr.”

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