The teaser to its first look at this upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War” movies has finally been released soon after a few footages surfaced in San Diego Comic-Con earlier this past season. It’s pretty wonderful.
In the video, we see a ton of superheroes meet up: Captain America (Chris Evans) is currently bearded and in a brand new, dim, emo-looking suit; Thor is with all the Guardians of the Galaxy; Vision (Paul Bettany) might’ve just been killed in the front of our eyes, along with Thanos (Josh Brolin) reveals up to fully stomp everybody.
All of this is interspersed with a ton of action scenes plus also a giant struggle in that which we could presume is Wakanda in your jungle setting. However, what really caught our attention were the Marvel mysteries that the footage casually solves.
Is Captain America still Captain America?
Nah, it does not seem like it.
Since “Infinity War” directors, the Russo brothers, previously told HuffPost, when Captain America dropped his shield in “Captain America: Civil War,” the gesture did in fact signal that the protagonist is seemingly letting go of his old identity.It remains to be seen if he will take on the moniker “Nomad,” which he does at one point in the comics.
Loki puzzle solved on the minimal key.
In the latest “Thor” movie, we are left wondering if Loki chooses the Tesseract out of Asgard, just getting a picture of him eyeing it in Odin’s vault.
The newest “Avengers” trailer seems to confirm the God of Mischief was up to his gosh-darn tricks. This also might answer how Thanos’ ship apparently finds Thor and Loki in the conclusion of “Thor: Ragnarok.”
Like Dark Widow (Scarlett Johansson) with her blonde hairdo along with Captain America with his E Mo lumberjack vibe, Spider-Man includes a brand new physical appearance in the trailer, too, sporting an updated suit. The hero’s powers are on full display also, with his arm hairs springing up during a scene onto a bus, seemingly confirming Spider-Man’s Spidey sense.
Will everyone die?
Like as we said, Vision might’ve died right there in the trailer.
When Thanos talks about “balance,” that might be a reference to some comic story plot line in “Infinity Gauntlet,” when Death, after sensing an imbalance in the universe, actions Thanos with killing a lot of individuals.
Spoiler alert! In that story, basically, all of the Avengers are killed, at least for a bit.
Additionally, the official synopsis delivered by Disney states: “The Avengers and their Super Hero allies have to be willing to sacrifice all” … aka they are going to die.