The long, brutal wait for the (official) Avengers: Infinity War trailer is almost over, folks. The Russo Brothers are currently counting down towards something on their Facebook. And, well, if it ain’t the fucking trailer they’re the cruelest pricks going.
I can’t wait for this shit.
Here’s a meaty morsel of Avengers 4 rumor to ruminate over, friends. If the EchoChamber is to be believed, Hawkeye will be adopting none other than his alternate identity of Ronin in the movie. I’m using this news to fuel my own baseless speculation that Avengers 4 is going to take place in a post-apocalyptic universe where Thanos won.
Well, today the lucky slobs at D23 got to see an Avengers: Infinity War trailer. Half of me is filthy-levels of spiteful jealous. But. Man. Just reading this Avengers: Infinity War trailer description gets me fucking torqued. So, I’m not sure this weak corporeal form will be able to hold during a viewing of the trailer, let alone the movie.
There’s an enormous-as-fuck-enormous statue of Thanos at Disney’s D23 Expo. Said statue gives us the best look yet at how the Mad Titan will appear in Avengers: Infinity War.
Hit the jump to check it out, because, like, potential spoilers or some shit.
Every goddamn “event” comic has at least one splash page with like infinity heroes throwing down against the baddies. So it makes sense that Avengers: Infinity War, the cinematic equivalent of an event comic, will be replicating this shit on the shiny screen.
I cannot fucking wait.
If you’re like me, you’ve watched the trailer for Thor: Ragnarok, a lot. A fucking lot. And one the major moments of the trailer is the eradication of Mjolnir by the film’s villain. Well, if this set photo from Avengers: Infinity War means anything, the hammer shall be returning. (Fucking obviously.)
Will Chris Evans play Captain America after Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel? Well, his contract is up. Well, who knows if his character will live through the movies. Well, despite those two factors, the actor said he’s open to it.
We all sort of knew Spider-Man was going to be in Infinity War. Why would Marvel go through all the hoops of reclaiming him, for him not to be? But here’s confirmation. Same goes for Gamora. Same goes for pretty much any MCU hero, right? I imagine they’re all in the movie.