The Avengers: Infiniti Wars and Avengers: End Games inspire millions of fans around the world, ending a decade of the saga with 22 films that have made Disney rich.
They are also very long. Like Super Long, we’ve been talking about the Lord of the Rings for a long time. If you don’t want to spend more time watching the first 20 films leading up to this point, it can be difficult to follow one of the greatest pop-cultural moments.
Fortunately, students with outstanding talent at Walden Grove High School in Arita, Arizona put it all together in seven minutes.
How can I ask? Of course through the power of dance!
Seriously, these kids are incredible. They scored high in Infinity War, with Tanos’ invasion on Earth, the fight against Iron Man on Planet Titan, Tors trying to kill Tano, and half the world’s population disappeared (called “blips”) and the biggest moment of the playoffs.
Spoiler Warning: Watching Tony Stark dance again still causes tears. This is especially true if you set Clint Mansell’s dream ‘Lux Aeterna’ theme to Requiem.
The video was released on September 6 and has about 2 million views, but it appears to be popular on YouTube. Yes! Check out Walden Grove High School’s YouTube channel for more choreographed gems.
There’s the Harry Potter version, a tribute to Pixar and the guide from Oz! Each dance is performed as part of a reunion celebration and several additional questions appear:
Youth live in very strange moments. TikToks took over the classroom, everyone has a blog on YouTube, and those who entered the high school were four years old when the first Iron Man came out.
They grew up with the Avengers and it’s very straightforward to see them pay tribute to the fallen.
It is clear that the children will be fine between this class and drama students, surprising Ridley Scott foreigners at North Bergen High School.
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