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Skip the Avengers marathon and watch students dance to 'Infinity War' and 'Endgame'

Morgan Sung

It would take about 48 hours if you were to watch every movie set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, according to some deep investigative work by Screen Rant. To be clear, that doesn't account for breaks to eat, sleep, pee, and go outside. That's two days straight of various planets, and eventually the universe, in peril over and over and over again. 

You could do that, if you were a truly depraved soul. Or you could skim Wikipedia summaries and then watch this delightful 7-minute video of a high school homecoming dance that sums up Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame with some fun choreography. 

The students of Walden Grove High School in Arizona pulled through with an incredible homecoming performance that includes some superhuman dance skills. 

The video not only includes great production design, but pivotal scenes like the fight for the Infinity Stones, the snap that devastated all of existence, and even a heartbreaking recreation of (spoiler alert?) Tony Stark's death. Standouts include Thor's platinum blond wig, the characters from Guardians of the Galaxy rolling up in a cardboard ship, and a stunning final battle scene that leaves the Avengers standing in the aftermath of the final battle. 

It sums up the entirety of the two most ambitious crossovers in history, and it saves you a whopping six hours and 42 minutes.