The trailer for Avengers: Endgame has just been released and fans are understandably pretty excited.
Perhaps none more so than basketball star Spencer Dinwiddie, who has asked for the league to organise a day off on 26 April - the day the film is due to be released in the US.
Posting on Twitter, he wrote: "I AM OFFICIALLY PUTTING IN MY REQUEST! NO PLAYOFF GAMES ON THE 26th, NATIONAL HOLIDAY...Unless I see it early @Marvel / @MarvelStudios 😁".
Spencer Dinwiddie plays for a team called the Brooklyn Nets, who are currently in sixth place in a mini-league called the Eastern Conference.
The Nets are likely to be playing in postseason, which begins on 13 April - just 13 days before the release of Avengers: Endgame.
If the team's success continues, they could find themselves playing during the final week of April.
While this would be great for the team, it could mean Dinwiddie - one of the team's star players - can't watch the film on release day along with other die-hard fans.
Maybe if the NBA schedulers don't take pity on him, Marvel will and let him have a sneak preview!