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This image released by Marvel Studios shows, from left, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo and Benedict Wong in a scene from "Avengers: Infinity War." The supersized superhero hit has crossed $2 billion in worldwide ticket sales, becoming only the fourth film to reach that rarified box-office milestone.

SALT LAKE CITY — Don’t worry. You’re not alone. “Avengers: Infinity War” didn’t appear on Netflix for everyone.

What happened: The hit Marvel film arrived on Netflix on Christmas Day for all users, but many complained on social media that they couldn’t readily find the film in the Netflix list of queues. As reported, social media users said they had to scroll through their lists until it finally appeared.

How to find it: The easiest way to find it is by searching for it on Netflix. Type "Infinity War" into search and it should appear.

Unclear: It’s unclear if this move was an intentional one by Netflix. After all, “Infinity War” ends with half the universe disappearing into ashes thanks to Thanos' snap.

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Netflix reaction: The official Netflix Twitter account had some fun with the situation, though.

  • “Sorry non-U.S. pals, this is Netflix USA in particular. Don’t want anyone to feel snapped,” the account said.
  • Netflix told users to log in and out of Netflix to see if the film appears.
  • Netflix also told users to ask Thanos for forgiveness.
  • "Also if you are in the U.S. and don't see it, try searching or logging out and logging back in," the streamer continued. "Or praying to Thanos to forgive you? One of those ought to work."