The Avengers were clueless about 'Avengers: Infinity War'

Danny Woods
April 25, 2018

Secrecy was key during filming on the Walt Disney Co. movie, which brings together nearly every comic-book hero in Marvel's cinematic universe for an all-out battle with supervillain Thanos. Even with us focusing more on the film giants like Iron Man, Captain America and the like, the questionable absence of Hawkeye has been widely speculated with not even a mention of Renner on the poster.

Details of the new Marvel film have been a closely guarded secret with the directors joking (we think) about giving Spider Man star, Tom "loose-lips" Holland, a different script. Marvel's Phase 3 is going to conclude with the Infinity War and its sequel. There is also a competition held by Golden Village where the best dressed fan gets to take home a Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War hamper. Avengers: Infinity War perfectly fits this description.

Translating that story to screen would have been a hard task, and we're sure most Marvel fans like ourselves will agree that this was probably a part of the story best left to the pages. "They trust us enough that they understand their motivations on set, we can give them enough of a hint as to where they're coming from and where they're going".

Joe: "You like how we're like - I'm like 'It's gonna be longer, ' he's like 'We can't say!'".

At the end of Captain America: Civil War, Earth's mightiest heroes were at loggerheads as the Sokovia Accords threatened to tear the Avengers apart.

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Marvel rolled out its first Avengers: Infinity War preview screenings Monday night, and you know what that means: The spoilers have arrived.

According to Chadwick Boseman, Infinity War is not Black Panther 1.5, although they do have a strong presence within the movie.

While Evans made a point to say that his current contract would expire after Avengers 4, he did leave the door slightly open for a return to the role.

On that account, Feige contends that Infinity War and its follow-up are still very connected from a story standpoint, to an extent that goes further than most of the other movies in the MCU.

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