Avengers: Infinity War dropped on Netflix earlier this week and Marvel fans have been busy celebrating the holiday season with a nice little dollop of Marvel goodness. Unfortunately, some have been experiencing difficulties in streaming the first installment in Joe and Anthony Russo's two-part Avengers movie, and many have been taking to social media to air their grievances.
Taking a majority of the clout sent their way, Netflix decided to post on Twitter the perfect response to those complaining that they can't find Infinity War on the site. Reminding everyone of Thanos' dusty little "snappening," Netflix apologized to international subscribers saying that the film was only available to Netflix USA and that they didn't want "anyone to feel snapped."
Check out the post down here:
After that, the streaming giant posted a follow-up tweet saying that fans ought to beg Josh Brolin's Mad Titan for forgiveness if they wanted to see Infinity War on the site.
"Also if you are in the US and don't see it, try searching or logging out and logging back in," Netflix wrote in its tweet. "Or praying to Thanos to forgive you? One of those ought to work."
Whoever's in charge of Netflix's Twitter handle definitely deserves a raise, because these jokes are pretty golden. Still, we're hoping that everyone in the US has finally managed to check out Infinity War on the site.
Other Marvel films available for screening include Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Thor Ragnarok, and Black Panther.
Infinity War's sequel, Avengers: Endgame, hits cinemas April 26, 2019.