We won’t spoil “Endgame” for you, but we will say this: the movie has made a lot of people very emotional. One fan, in particular, was hospitalized after seeing the film…because she was crying too hard at the end of the movie.
After seeing the movie for ourselves, we’re not surprised to hear that one fan in China had a very emotional response to the film’s ending. We won’t share what happens in case you haven’t had the chance to see it, but let’s just say we weren’t the only ones crying in the theater once the credits began to roll.
According to The News International, 21-year-old Xiaoli from Ningbo, China, cried so hard at the end of “Avengers: Endgame” that she began hyperventilating and was rushed to the hospital due to trouble breathing.
An emergency doctor who was reportedly at the hospital treating the young woman is cited saying, “I saw that the patient had been breathing heavily, and according to the description from her peers, we thought that her crying had caused ‘hyperventilation.’ We immediately gave her oxygen and relaxed her emotions by appeasement, reducing her hyperventilation symptoms.”
We may not have cried uncontrollably during the film, but we don’t blame Xioli for doing so. As the Marvel team and the Russo brothers have shared, “Avengers: Endgame” is the end of this era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it.
We could cry just thinking about what happened during the film, and we’ve definitely shared more than one tear after reading what the actors have shared on Twitter following the film’s debut. From Marvel Tweeting “We love you 3000” to fans to Robert Downey Jr.’s heartfelt reference to the end of this MCU saga, we can’t help but get emotional at almost every “Endgame” reference we see on the internet.
Today's the day we've been waiting for… It's been the ride of a lifetime. #EndGame pic.twitter.com/mJBt7e0BRp
— Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) April 25, 2019
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Source: People, The News International