The first Avengers: INFINITY WAR TRAILER HAS ARRIVED. As it had to be, the excitement, happiness, curiosity, eagerness and fan-enthusiasm is beyond the earthly levels (pun intended). The movie is expected to be released in May 2018 and that will also mark ten years of the first Iron Man Film (which released back in 2008.) Ten years (!?)
First things first, here’s the trailer link for whoever has missed it or for a true fan who’d not mind watching it or the hundredth time again;
The Infinity War trailer was released on the movie’s official Facebook page to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. It makes Wakanda a major plot point, also
involving other (loveable) characters like The Hulk and Scarlet Witch along with Captain America and Winter Solider. If you’d remember, they were those who first ventured to the planet at the end of Civil War. Some of the other Avengers can also been seen in the background fighting along Black Panther and other Wakandan, defending the nation from an attack by an alien species called Outriders and Thanos himself. Thanos can also be seen overruling the might, unmatched powers of Spider Man, Iron Man and Vision; respecting the statement Robert Downey Jr issued earlier “Thanos doesn’t lose.”
Apparently so, Avengers: Infinity War (and the sequel) is the finale of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Originally announced as Avengers: Infinity War – Part 1, Marvel Studios have decided to cancel the “Part 1” from the title and confirmed that Part 2, which is to arrive in 2019, would now be called something else entirely. The name is kept undercover as it is said, it could be a spoiler for the fans (!!!?)
There are a lot of questions that spin around the web after the review as of now like ‘What are, where are infinity stones? Does Thanos have any?’ ‘How did Banner get where he is?’ ‘Is Vision going to die?’ ‘What about spider sense?’ ‘What is that circular machine and what does it do????????’ But can we answer the all questions until the movie has arrived? Nope. Also, at a lot of points, if you’d notice closely, we can see a very bright yellow background hue where gravity doesn’t look all right and there’s hell lot of floating debris. There are clouds so it could be Earth but if it is Earth then what went wrong with gravity?
The masses had waited for quite too long, following up on the producer’s Twitter accounts and the Official Facebook Page for just one tiny teaser; and as we watch this one, we know it was worth the wait. Back in October, the Marvel Studios’ co-president, Louis D’Eposito also tweeted that the trailer was ‘being finished,’ allowing himself more time to put it all together.
Avengers: Infinity War will be released on May 4, 2018.