Here’s the first look at Marvel’s official "Avengers: Endgame" trailer. USA TODAY Luke Meyers has attended all 20 Marvel movie premieres or opening weekends in the past decade. But come this spring, when "Captain Marvel" and "Avengers: Endgame" are in theaters, it’ll be the first time the Lincoln High School grad won’t attend a Marvel movie premiere. Instead, he’ll be in Afghanistan serving in the U.S. Army. A friend of Meyers’, Will Hannemann, 22, set up a tweet and Facebook post asking Marvel Sudios to have a showing of "Avengers: Endgame" at Meyers’ base. READ: Netflix cancels Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ after 3 seasons, leaving only ‘Jones,’ ‘Punisher’ He tagged actors like Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr., hoping to draw attention to the post so Meyers won’t miss the culmination of a decade’s worth of Marvel devotion.The tweet has gotten more than 250 retweets so far. Meyers, 24, is an officer in the U.S. Army and was deployed in October for a nine-month stretch. He won’t return to the states until July 2019. "Luke’s sacrificed so much for his family and this country that I just want to do something to try and boost his spirits in Afghanistan," said Hannemann, an education major at Augustana University. Hannemann texted Meyers after the new trailer for "Avengers: Endgame" dropped Dec. 7 and Meyers responded that he "can’t wait that long" to see the movie. So Hannemann took matters into his own hands. A showing at his base is not only a chance for Meyers to keep his Marvel movie streak intact, but a reminder that soldiers serving abroad aren’t able to enjoy things taken for granted in the United States, Hannemann said. Meyers has been a dedicated superhero fan since he was young. He grew up reading comic books and his love of superheroes grew stronger when the Marvel movies were released. The messages of humility and morality resonate with him. "I think that my favorite character was always Spider-Man. Like they say, ‘with great power comes great responsibility,’ and I think everyone has a power to them that they can use," Meyers said. "How are you going to carry yourself out, reflect positively and make the world a better place? It’s just realizing you can make a positive impact on the world no matter how big or small." It was Meyers’ desire to make a difference, along with the example of his father’s military career, that led him to West Point. "I’ve been blessed with a lot of good things — great friends, good hometown, grew up with a good life. You take advantage of what you have and help out those who aren’t as fortunate as you in whatever capacity you can, whether it’s volunteering, serving your country or just sticking your neck out for others." Luke Meyers poses with his parents, Mike and Betsy Meyers. Meyers graduated from West Point and is an officer in the U.S. Army. (Photo: Submitted) Although Meyers wants to see "Captain Marvel" as well, he said "beggars can’t be choosers" and would be ecstatic to see "Avengers: Endgame." If he isn’t able to see one or the other, he plans to avoid spoilers and stay off social media until he returns in July. But Hannemann is confident they’ll find a way for him to watch "Avengers: Endgame," whether that’s through social media outreach or finding "connections of connections." "It seems like an impossible task," Hannemann said, "but we’re trying to make it possible."