What role is Jeremy Renner's character playing if they can't reveal even a second of it, yet they can show Thanos brutally beating down Iron Man, as well as Captain America struggling against the Mad Titan? To address this issue, sibling film-makers Joe and Anthony Russo have penned a special note for fans.
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Russo brothers' latest efforts might still not stop an army of obsessed fans and super hero lovers from sharing and analyzing any spoiler that comes their way. "Don't spoil it for others, the same way you wouldn't want it spoiled for you".
"Everyone involved with the film has worked incredibly hard the past two years maintaining the highest level of secrecy", the letter read.
If ever there was a movie to see in IMAX, it's Avengers: Infinity War. Currently, the most likely candidate for the title of the upcoming movie is Avengers: Infinity Gauntlet, which was the title of a five-issue comic book series published in 2015 and a six-issue series published in 1991. Believe it or not, there are plenty of other, non-Marvel movies coming to theaters this year. The IMAX presentation of Infinity War will feature vertically-expanded frames compared to the regular theatrical edition, with up to 26% more screen space - all the better for seeing Thanos squish all our Marvel favourites into a sticky pulp.More news: Sinclair Broadcasting Orders Local Anchors To Record Bizarre 'Hostage' Video
If that's the case, the quartet's surprised expressions are likely in response to Thanos' arrival on Earth, along with that cylindrical spaceship Spider-Man is seen climbing aboard in Infinity War's first trailer.
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