RUMOR: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Plot Description Possibly Revealed; [SPOILER] To Appear


It’s planned as the climax of all climaxes – Avengers: Infinity War and its untitled sequel, both set for a year of filming starting this fall and release a year apart in May 2018 and 2019 respectively. For all the anticipation, they might as well be the culmination of every big-budget studio blockbuster of the last 20 years: a gigantic, universe-spanning event tying together twenty+ films. And now we might know how it will go down.

According to the sources at Latino Review, Infinity War will *not* be an adaptation of the comic of the same name, but instead of “Infinity Gauntlet.” The latter sees a battle between Adam Warlock and Magus (two characters not introduced in the MCU) while the former realizes what Marvel has laid the groundwork for years: Thanos collecting the Infinity Stones to complete his gauntlet (pictured above from the Age of Ultron credit scene). After much speculation, it appears Warlock and Magus are sitting this one out.

But one person indispensable from “Infinity Gauntlet” – and from Thanos in general – is making an appearance and she is a doozy.

Yep, Death herself will appear in Infinity War. LR’s sources state that Thanos’ plan in the film will be to deliver her “souls” in order to win her affection. To do this, he assembles the godlike power of the Infinity artifacts and plots to murder half the universe. We’ve all been there.

No word on who Marvel is looking to cast in the role, though LR speculates that Hela, Cate Blanchett’s villainous lady of the dead in the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok – based on the Norse deity Hel, god of death – could fill the role. It would certainly be a better use of Blanchett than a one-off appearance in Ragnarok but we’ll have to wait and see if the Oscar-winner signed up for a multi-film deal or, like Michael Douglas, has a wait-and-see approach.

Additionally, LR confirms the Avengers will team with the Guardians of the Galaxy in the film and Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) will make his “grand return,” implying we won’t see the veteran spymaster until Infinity War. Filming is scheduled to begin the first week of November; Josh Brolin is already working on his motion-capture role of Thanos, per directors Anthony & Joe Russo.

Avengers: Infinity War is scheduled for release on May 4, 2018, its untitled sequel Avengers 4 on May 3, 2019.

SOURCE: LatinoReview

Sam Flynn

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  • Kyle Mitton

    Gems on a Mutha-f**ken Gauntlet

  • Mohd Nazri

    Cool!! 😀

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  • Tom Bacon

    It makes sense. We’ve already seen hints in the last Doctor Strange Preview that Death could well appear in Doctor Strange.

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  • TheTaskmaster

    HERE’S the epic conjecture article:
    What if they’re completing mocap of Thanos before shooting begins. What if the actors could act against a screen projecting the finished Thanos audio/video! Let’s take it a step further. What would be considered so future-y like bullet-time newness if you heard about it that should be standard in the 2020s — being able to watch your dailies with the fx already finished.

  • Armand Rock

    i hope Yondu is part of the Guardians of the Galaxy team that comes to earth. Would be cool for him to be shooting arrows alongside Hawkeye…maybe even have his yaka arrows destroyed forcing him to use old fashioned arrows (well maybe Hawkeye’s trick arrows)

  • Origami Rose

    I aint worried about it. THe MCU knwo what they are doing.

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