Avengers Infinity War: Thanos and Thor will Have the Most Screentime

Avengers Infinity War: Thanos and Thor will Have the Most Screentime

Avengers Infinity War: Thanos and Thor will Have the Most Screentime

Director Joe Russo mentioned that the tone of "Thor: Ragnarok", which was Marvel Studios' funniest movie yet, wouldn't be mimicked in the new film.

Personally, I think it is all of these reasons. "(He) has a really interesting arc in the film.

Infinity War content will include What the What and Who's Who which will premiere on the Marvel Avengers Channel in April and will give fans a closer look at the upcoming movie which releases in the United Kingdom nationwide on 26th April.

To note, the "Avengers" franchise is not yet over after April's "Infinity War" as there is still one more untitled sequel to be released next year. As it stands, the only superhero film that has ever taken in more money is the first "Avengers" movie (2012), but that film's $623 million haul is well within striking distance in the next week or two.

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While that isn't too specific, it is worrying now that fans have started speculating that Thor's death scene might actually be in the latest "Avengers" trailer, released Friday (and seen above).

The last time Marvel comic book heroes visited Singapore was in 2016, when actors Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan made a stop here to promote Captain America: Civil War. Given it features almost every Marvel superhero introduced since 2008's Iron Man - except maybe Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) - that makes sense.

Black Panther had a Box Office opening of over $200 million, so there's a chance Infinity War can get an opening close to or more than that.

The upcoming Marvel film that features characters from other Marvel Cinematic Universe films such as Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Black Panther, Spider-Man and even Ant-Man has surpassed Black Panther's advanced ticket sales record at AMC Theatres in just 72 hours. He added they wanted the story to be unexpected, and hence it's told from the villain's point of view.

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