We're only a month away from the release of arguably the biggest Marvel movie ever, 'Avengers: Infinity War' and the whole world is firing up in anticipation as we speak.

This group of Malaysian students were no exception, but they expressed their anticipation in a way that is quite brilliant.

On Sunday, Aiman Sany updated his Twitter status with what looks like a low-budget parody of the movie trailer.

In the parody video, Aiman and his friends recreated scenes from the trailer frame by frame, but with probably less than a fraction of the film's production budget.

The boys used every day items that you can find lying around the house, such plates, clothes peg and bottles, to imitate props and graphics in the Marvel movie that took experts weeks, months or even years to make.

Those plates won't fight the world's greatest enemy, but it will certainly give you a good laugh.
Our personal favourite is definitely the Koko Crunch scene. You can watch the video below and you'll see what we mean.

Aiman challenged his viewers with the caption, "Who did it better?", which caught the attention of Marvel fans all over the world.

The spoof has since gathered a staggering 1.75 million views in just over 24 hours, with nearly 54,000 retweets and 80,000 likes!

Too bad they couldn't make the two boys at the side go invisible.
And the best part about this parody is that the Avengers: Infinity War directors themselves, Anthony Russo and Joseph V. "Joe" Russo, watched it and called the students "geniuses".

They even replied Aiman's tweet and offered them to direct the next Avengers movie!

Well, we all know that we should take the Russo brothers' offer with a grain of salt, but hey, who knows? We might actually see the young Malaysian geniuses' names in a Marvel film in the future!

Good job, guys!