For the opening weekend of AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR beginning the evening of April 26, AMC has more than 7.6 million tickets available and almost 40,000 show start times. Tony Stark and Bruce Banner are seen with Dr. Stephen Strange and Wong, Peter Parker feels his Spider-Man senses tingling while on the school bus, Loki gets his hands on a powerful Infinity Stone and Black Panther teams up with Captain America, Black Widow and the Winter Soldier. "Thanos has an incredible amount of screen time in this film, in a lot of ways I would say it's his movie", Russo said.
While fans have waited for several years for the much-antipated Marvel crossover "Avengers: Infinity War", there is also reason to be anxious as the upcoming feature film is likely to feature one or more major deaths, according to latest plot rumors.
"I think you'll find that obviously there'll be some correlation to his character from "Ragnarok, ' and my brother and I spent years doing comedy with 'Arrested Development" and 'Community, ' that's not always necessarily appropriate for the tone of this movie".
Chris Hemsworth who stars as Thor in the MCU franchise was last seen in Thor: Ragnarok and in the final sequence of the movie, Thor and his brother Loki encounter the Guardians of The Galaxy in outer space.More news: United Technologies Sends Spare Engines To Get IndiGo A320s Flying Again
Marvel Comics" much talked about venture "Avengers: Infinity War' trailer was released some time back and people can't stop gushing over it.
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The success of Avengers: Infinity War's advance ticket sales can be attributed to many factors, but some are more likely than others. He added they wanted the story to be unexpected, and hence it's told from the villain's point of view. "We're all aware that this is going to be the last time we get to hang out like this", he said of the photo shoot with all the heroes.More news: West Wary As Putin Wins Fourth Term With Record Vote