Movie theaters around the country are getting increasingly crowded, and a growing number of people are trying to avoid them altogether.
The latest to join this growing list is the newest hit movie, “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” which is currently playing in more than 400 theaters nationwide.
The movie stars Chris Evans, who plays the Marvel superhero Black Widow.
But the movie is being shown in theaters across the country, and many of the theaters are running short of movie tickets, according to Variety.
A representative from AMC told Variety that they are running out of seats and have been forced to cancel screenings at their locations.
A spokesman for AMC confirmed to Variety that the theaters were running out.
Many theaters are also running out the last remaining supply of seats for the movie.
“A lot of people have been asked to cancel, and we have been doing so,” the AMC spokesperson said.
The AMC spokesperson also confirmed that a few theaters have already canceled their movie screenings and are holding onto the remaining seats for their next shows.
Some theaters are holding out for days to secure their last remaining seats.
The Hollywood Reporter noted that theaters across California and the Northeast have been showing the movie, but some theaters in the Southeast have been running out seats as well.
The film has a budget of $170 million, but there are reports that it is expected to come in under $150 million.