Iron Man & Spider-Man's Relationship 'Evolves' in Infinity War

Danny Woods
March 20, 2018

Variety also reported a survey conducted by Fandango, saw that 60% of pre-sale ticket purchasers said Black Panther made them more excited to see Infinity War.

Robert Downey Jr. has talked a lot in the past about going out as Iron Man on top and not wanting to ever put out something that he considered to be sub-par.

Avengers: Infinity War will be released in theaters on April 27, 2018.

Screen Rant got the opportunity to speak with Avengers: Infinity War directors, Joe and Anthony Russo about Peter and Tony's roles. The Russo Brothers even went so far as to tease it on their Facebook page. All I know is that there's something about being on camera with Evans. He's playing out the consequences of that choice and still leading the Avengers who are not on the opposite side of the Accords.

Anthony: And that evolves.

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The latest trailer for Avengers: Infinity War had a good number of memorable scenes in it. And they basically have a unique mentor-mentee relationship that continues to evolve as they move into this film.

Tony isn't over the sting of that revelation, Downey said, calling it a betrayal on par with that of Stark's mentor-turned-villain Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges) in the first Iron Man.

There wasn't a lot, but there was a shot where we saw Thanos' enormous hand next to Gamora's tiny hand, and there was another with Thanos walking alongside a young Gamora, while several of Thanos' guards held off Gamora's people.

If excitement was the initial reaction to the above trailer, fear soon followed - thanks, in large part, to certain moments and lines of dialogue that seemed to confirm the widespread rumor that some of Earth's Mightiest Heroes are fated to die in the forthcoming film.

Marvel's next big blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War has already started to break records more than a month ahead of its release. It's now been followed up by a second trailer, and by now set visits and interviews have given fans a clearer idea what to expect from Infinity War. Let us know your thoughts down below!

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