We all know that the cast of Avengers: Infinity War is big. But it still manages to find a way to increase its numbers. While we knew that there would be at least 22 heroes in the film, we didn’t know about who would be playing Thanos’ Black Order. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo had kept the identities of the actors a secret for some time. But now that is over. In a new interview, the Russos confirm Carrie Coon (Fargo Season 3, The Leftovers), Terry Notary (Planet of the Apes, The Hobbit trilogy), and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor have joined the cast as Thanos’ Black Order. Find out who they will play in the full story here below.
It’s hard to believe that Marvel Studios has gotten to the point where they’ve released 18 films. Within that stretch, there were more than a handful of ensembles, and the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War is a culmination of everything the studio has worked so hard to achieve. As many of us know, all good things must come to an end. Sadly, the film will mark the end for many of the actors since a lot of their contracts are done. But that won’t stop them from enjoying their final moments.
Marvel Studios has released a few new videos that celebrate everything that they have accomplished so far with the help of their fans and another that focuses on the familial bonds that were forged throughout the ten years. Check it all out below.
Yes, blockbuster tentpoles as anticipated as Avengers: Infinity War generally market themselves. There has been an abundance of promotional material hitting the web recently, and now we are getting a small peek at how much the film could end up making on its opening weekend.
According to a new report, Avengers: Infinity War is on track to have a $200 million-plus opening. More on the story below.
Thanos wiping out half of humanity to save it sounds logical, but he’ll have a difficult time making it happen when the Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy unite to prevent it from happening.
In the past few weeks leading up to the release of Avengers: Infinity War, the marketing team has been releasing a variety of trailers, posters, and TV spots. If there is one thing they all share in common, it’s that there is no Hawkeye. Joking aside, these posters had our heroes together in groups. Now there is a batch of new character posters for you to get excited about, most with an individual hero on it. Check them out below.
We all love going to the movies. Heck, I’m having a fun time writing about them. So it’s sad to hear that some people may not have the same opportunity to watch them as much as I do. But hearing about how teachers and other inspirational people gather together to help kids watch Black Panther brought a tear to my eye.
So it gives me joy to see how that has inspired another movement, one that will help kids who cannot control their circumstances go to a theater to watch Avengers: Infinity War. More on how you can help, and the newest TV spot, below.