Avengers: Infinity War will see 'major character die in opening scenes'

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A new video that highlights the ten-year journey of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the highest grossing film franchise in history, has been released one week ahead of the release of Avengers: Infinity War, the 19th film in the series and in many ways Marvel's biggest movie ever.

Further causing fans to panic about what Infinity War might mean for the future of their faves, Marvel has replaced traditional premieres of the film around the globe with "fan events" in which fans get to catch a glimpse of the stars.

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With the release of Captain Marvel set for next year, in between the two Avengers conclusion films, it was not clear why Brie would not show up now. Leading to which even the Marvel Studios then went on to say how it is the greatest or the most ambitious crossover in history, with characters from more than 20 movies coming together! That makes Infinity War the first movie shot entirely with IMAX digital cameras, and so when you see the film in IMAX screens, you're getting an image that was created specifically for that format from start to finish. "It's an all-star cast of baddies", states Joe Russo. So if you see Infinity War in IMAX, you'll get a larger frame that, according to the directors themselves, offers a better image.

The Russo Brothers have already told fans to prepare for an emotional rollercoaster in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War and we know there will be at least one, if not more, major character deaths. Actors Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hiddleston, and Pom Klementieff sat down with MBC's "Section TV" for an interview where they played around with the heaviness of Thor's hammer, answered what powers they personally would choose to have from the characters of Avengers, and more.

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"They used a stand-in for Josh. Josh wasn't in there for much".

Aside from Infinity War, Coon can now be seen in The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter, along with Josh Brolin (who plays Thanos in Infinity War) and Danny McBride.

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In other words, some heroes' choices led them up to where we find them in Infinity War, while Ant-Man's led him to where he appears in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Shuri asks. On the table, Vision seems to think this is a good question.