Avengers STATION In India: Here's A Sneak Peek To The Superhero World


Singapore-headquartered Victory Hill Exhibitions collaborated with BookMyShow to bring Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. to India.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Rejoice Avengers fans! While you may think that the superhero saga concluded with 'Endgame', there are things, some of you are yet to experience. Singapore-headquartered Victory Hill Exhibitions (a subsidiary of Cityneon Holdings) collaborated with India’s leading entertainment company BookMyShow to bring Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. in India for the first time! Powered by PayPal, the immersive experience and traveling exhibition was unveiled to audiences in Mumbai at Universal Square, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel on September 19th and will go on until November 17th, 2019 before moving to Bengaluru.

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What to expect from the Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.

Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Scientific Training And Tactical Intelligence Operative Network) is a unique exhibition which will let fans delve into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the super-workings of each of The Avengers, as they train to become an agent of the S.T.A.T.I.O.N.  

As part of their training, fans will get an opportunity to interact with original props and characters straight from the big screen. The specially constructed 20,000 square feet hangar hosts the multi-room interactive display and educational attraction. It will feature a range of Avengers facets like costumes, equipment, props, special effects, classified research, games, virtual reality and chemical experiences, all assembled to take Indian audiences into the back-story of each superhero and villain from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Michael Mattox and Kunal Khambhati on the grand collaboration

Chief Technical Officer at Victory Hill Exhibitions, Michael Mattox and Kunal Khambhati, Head - Live events & IP at BookMyShow had spoken to Republic Media Network on the sidelines of the event. Talking about why they chose Mumbai for the Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N, Michael Mattox, said, "We have been looking at the ticket sales, especially for 'Endgame' which recently came up; we got a huge response, so we know that the fans are in India. We partnered with BookMyShow and brought it in Mumbai to share it will all the fans. This gives a chance for all the fans to get personal with all the individual Avengers. It gives fans a chance to learn more... sit, touch, ride on Captain America's motorcycle and interact with things. Even if you are not a fan, this is where you become a fan."

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Talking about the same, Kunal Khambhati said, "Marvel movies are a phenomenal success. We had over eight and a half million ticket sale only on BookMyShow on the Endgame alone. So, we know that there is a large captive audience in India that wants to experience the Avengers."

Michael Mattox answers if Robert Downey, Jr. will return Iron Man

During the fun interaction, Michael Mattox was asked if the speculation of Robert Downey, Jr. reprising his role as the iconic Iron Man is true. He answered, "I am covered by the secret oath of Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. that I cannot disclose any secret here. I will suggest you to come down here and check it out, maybe in the content and little exploration, you'll find some hint somewhere."

So Marvel fans, what are you waiting for? It's time to assemble at the Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. Go check out. 



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