Want to see Avengers: Infinity War being filmed, live and in person? Got $8000 to spare? Well then, you’re in luck. Everyone has their price and eight grand is what Joe and Anthony Russo have put on that Marvel fan experience.

What’s in it for the Russo brothers? According to the Indiegogo campaign that they’ve set up, it is a a chance for them to have a movie they are executive producing funded. The movie is Dizzy Pursuit, a film from writer/director/producer Jay Alvarez. It’s a story of a young couple who receives unwanted visits from family members while trying to cast their independent feature film, and it looks to be the first original feature film set entirely in one room.




Dizzy Pursuit sure does sound interesting. Let’s look at the description for the Avengers Experience perk and see if that sounds any better than the movie it’s trying to help fund.

You and up to 3 friends will visit the set of “Avengers: Infinity War” while filming takes place in Atlanta, Georgia for an action-packed hour, where you’ll get to witness the Cinematic Universe of all your favorite Marvel heroes come to life before your eyes. You must be able to provide your own transportation to and from set while shooting takes place (Nov. 2016 – July 2017). Contributors at this level earn an Associate Producer credit for “Dizzy Pursuit” near the Russo Brothers’ own credit.

No word on whether spending that kind of money gives you the right to tell them what you think of their work in the Marvel universe so far, but that perk is sure better than some of the others. Heck, $300 will get you a Confusing Massage.

Enjoy an initially relaxing massage by the director’s own mother, who will fly to your current location and briefly put you at a ease with a should and neck massage, running her fingers through your hair while reminding you how much potential you have, and how, though it’s impossible for her to understand why, the other people in your life just don’t seem to “get it”.

No word either on the condition of the director’s mother, but we’re guessing there won’t be as many green screens in use for that perk as a visit to the set of Avengers: Infinity War.


Source: Indiegogo