Many are still trying to adjust to a Marvel Cinematic Universe where half of all life does not exist. But all of the excitement in Avengers: Infinity War that led up to that moment was thrilling if not the best moments in the entire MCU.
Now we will get to re-live all of that when the Blu-ray hits home video in August, with its Digital format ready for a late July release. A trailer for the home video release, as well as info on the bonus features that will be included, can be found below.
The Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy came together, for the first time ever, in Avengers: Infinity War.
And it wouldn’t be much of a Guardians introduction if there wasn’t any classic pop culture music in it. So when we first meet them in Infinity War, they are answering a distress signal while jamming out to The Spinners’ “Rubberband Man.” But it is clear that there are more songs left on that playlist. Now Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn has revealed four other songs that were being considered for that one sequence. Check out his selection below.
A lot of us are still reeling after the ending of Avengers: Infinity War. With a massive superhero ensemble like this, we knew there would be some casualties, but I don’t think any of us were prepared for what Marvel gave us. Obviously, the upcoming sequel will have some of the heroes who didn’t appear in Infinity War make an appearance in Avengers 4, even a certain hero who could only be reached via retro technology. So as many of us are still coping, screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are talking about how Avengers 4 will not reverse what was done in Infinity War. That ending was real and permanent, they say. But we can expect to see some surprises in Avengers 4. Check out what the two had to say here below.
Warning: major spoilers ahead, so if you haven’t seen the film, I suggest you do not continue reading on any further.
You might have noticed that Avengers: Infinity Warcame out over the weekend. The highly anticipated film broke all kinds of box office records, and in doing so, it made itself the number one film around the world, grossing over $640.5 million.
But as many of us mourn the loss of our heroes – not a spoiler, you all knew it was coming – Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige is sending his heartfelt thanks to the fans that have stuck around for the past ten years. But that’s not all. Lucasfilm is also congratulating Marvel Studios for dethroning their Star Wars: The Force Awakens box office reign. Check out both messages in the full story, below.