Obviously, there's a chance that these events could happen in another order, but it's now getting to the point where we can pretty precisely map out most of the big events that happen in the Russos' epic ensemble.
The Avengers: Infinity War team is embarking on a worldwide press tour, where they will not only talk to journalists about the movie, but show select footage of the superhero ensemble to fans. Or if those who catch midnight showings didn't go on Twitter the next day to slyly talk spoilers while not outright spoiling the movie? Just how many bad moments is this movie filled with?
We'll have to see the movie for ourselves, later this month, to really be sure, but so far, it feels like Thanos is kind of the embodiment of the Marvel movie villain problem that we're all well acquainted with by now.
Spider-Man can do a lot of things, but keeping secrets might not be his strong suit - at least it isn't for Peter Parker actor Tom Holland.
After all that redundancy about spoiler culture and the airtight secrecy of the Disney machine, the filmmakers ask fans to not spoil the film for others once they've seen it. Certainly, Thanos is meaningful to longtime Marvel comics fans in bringing yet another momentous element of the comics they love to the big screen, and he'll have a massive effect on characters we do care about, but is anyone actually invested in him, personally, as a character? That means the press presence of the film is about to be dialed up to 11, but even with the increasing coverage, the Russo Brothers will not be screening Infinity War for any press outlets prior to its Los Angeles premiere in the days leading up to the release. Everyone involved with the film has worked incredibly hard for the past two years maintaining the highest level of secrecy., Only a handful of people know the film's true plot.
Good luck and happy viewing.
The spectacular 1/6th scale Thanos collectible figure is meticulously crafted with impressive likeness based on the main appearance of Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War.
Avengers: Infinity War still exists (it's the one coming out on April 27), but its sequel, which is set to be released on May 3, 2019, remains title-less.