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Plus, there’s additional footage of teen Groot playing a video game, and not surprisingly saying «I am Groot.»»We have one advantage … what Thanos wants, so that’s what we use,» Iron Man says in the trailer. To be honest, though, the snippet of Star-Lord «superhero-splaining» how his plan for fighting Thanos is better than Iron Man’s is still one of the best bits of footage from the film released so far. «Avengers: Infinity War» releases worldwide on April 27. Need more background on the film? Start with our Q&A with the Russo brothers, then read up on all things Marvel-related.
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Marvel Studios’ marketing campaign for Avengers: Infinity War is now well underway, with several trailers, TV spots, and clips having already released. Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo – based on a script by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely – Avengers: Infinity War unites the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes with the Guardians of the Galaxy for an ultimate showdown with Thanos and his loyal Black Order.
Avengers: Infinity War adds to Marvel’s busy ‘Phase Three’ superhero release schedule, and marks the beginning of the end of the first saga in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that started 10 years ago with Jon Favreau’s Iron Man. Because of that, audiences are undoubtedly excited to see what the studio has in store for them. While quite a bit is already known about the film, there’s still a lot that’s being left up to the imagination – and all of the following promotional materials may help audiences in answering those questions… or simply getting pumped up for Infinity War’s impending release.
Marvel’s Avengers up against it in new Infinity War trailer11:17, Mar 17 2018MARVELAvengers: Infinity War looks on course to smash many box-office records, but does it also mark the beginning of the end for superhero movies?The new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War has landed and things are looking grim for Earth’s mightiest heroes. In the third instalment in Marvel’s Avengers superhero ensemble series, the heroes battle Thanos, the galaxy-travelling titan who aims to wipe half the universe’s population from existence. The film is the culmination of 10 years of universe building that began with 2008’s Iron Man and has spanned 18 films. Infinity War will be split into two parts, with the second due in 2019.Avengers: Infinity War sees the heroes face off against Thanos.
But as the Marvel cinematic universe shifts into its next phase, and with Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige going on the record to say characters need to die for the franchise to move forward, fans have speculated that some of the main characters could die in the two films. READ MORE: * Avengers: Infinity War becomes most-watched trailer in a day * Avengers: Infinity War: How many superheroes is too many? * Another Avenger keen to have Taika make-over his character Several of the franchise’s big stars’ contracts will end with the final Infinity War film, including Chris Evans (Captain America), Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow).MARVELCould we lose some of these heroes in the latest Avengers film?
The long-awaited trailer for The Avengers: Infinity War has been released, and it’s revealed even more about the plot, twists, and potential Infinity Stone casualties. Questions concerning how the different parts of the movie will fit together, how the biggest Marvel movie cast yet will interact, and how much of a role Thanos will personally play have been answered. Not to mention even more footage of what the directors call the biggest action scene in the MCU so far.
But those are just the big moments intended to catch fans’ attention. We’re taking a closer look, and breaking down the new Infinity War trailer to see if more hasn’t been revealed, teased, or hinted at. Combining it with the theories developed by fans so far, you might be surprised how many small details will be missed by even devoted fans. Those wishing to remain unspoiled – even potentially spoiled – should stop reading now. But for those eager to spot every detail, Easter Egg, and clue… strap in.
The trailer has plenty of moments guaranteed to make longtime Marvel Comics fans squeal with delight, and plenty of reveals that hearken back to the comic book source material. There’s none better than Gamora claiming that «the entire time I knew him he only ever had one goal: to wipe out half the universe. If he gets all the Infinity Stones, he can do it with a snap of his fingers.» An effective gestrue – but far more literal than it appears.