Still chattering away to anyone who will listen about the cinematic masterpiece that is Black Panther? Can’t wait for April 16 to arrive so you can see Robert Downey Jr. and Benedict Cumberbatch (amongst others) in the flesh? Dying to analyze Avengers: Infinity War when April 25 finally rolls around?
If your answer to all that is yes, here’s something else for you to get excited about. Come June 9, the ArtScience Museum will host an exhibition called Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes — and it’s pretty much what you think it is.
Assembling Marvel superheroes across 19 films and 10 years — starting from Iron Man in 2008 — the installations aim to transport visitors into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with specific ones focusing on iconic characters such as Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Doctor Strange, and the Guardians of the Galaxy team.
Of course, you’ll also be whisked away into the world of Black Panther and Thor: Ragnarok, and even get a sneak peek into the upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp. Throughout the space, displays curated by the museum will feature the science, technology, art, and cultural tales behind each Marvel flick, so you’ll have plenty to discuss and dissect afterward.
Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes exhibition is on from June 9-Sept 30 at ArtScience Museum. Residents $16, foreigners $19; tickets available from Apr 13.