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Black Panther 2, End Of MCU Phase 3 Discussed By Marvel Boss

Black Panther 2, End Of MCU Phase 3 Discussed By Marvel Boss

Just recently, the new covers for famous entertainment magazine, Entertainment Weekly, have been revealed, but what's more interesting is the multiple posters for Avengers: Infinity War, being featured on the magazine's varied covers! Brolin compared Thanos to Quasimodo, the misunderstood character at the heart of The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. They're all Titans and they all look similar, but he was born deformed.

But this time around, it seems there'll be no such luck - and the familiar faces who bite the dust won't ever be seen in the MCU again. He was a freak. It's no secret that when the Mad Titan, the Black Order and his monstrous hordes finally arrive on Earth in Avengers: Infinity War, there will be widespread destruction. "And that lent to this apparent insanity".

"You see this lughead and this guy who you pigeonhole right from the first cosmetic reaction to him", Brolin said.

"And what I see is this in this guy's eyes". I can't! When [directors Joe and Anthony Russo] came up to me after we had done maybe three quarters of the film, they said, 'It wasn't necessarily intended that you feel for this guy as much as you do.' Obviously he has a grand plan, like somebody who's pulling in kids for their own selfish bloodshed.

We know Thanos doesn't take to kindly to the people who fail him (#Pray4Loki), and Gamora not only failed to deliver, she betrayed him, left him behind, became a fully-fledged hero, and got her sister to join her.




The Guardians of the Galaxy films revealed that Thanos is an abusive father who pits his children against each other, including Gamora and Nebula, with horrific consequences for the one who didn't win the battle.

One of the constants that fans love so much about the MCU is the roster of different characters.

In terms of Marvel Cinematic Universe continuity, the Avengers still don't know that Agent Coulson, whose death solidified their bond as a team, isn't dead after all - and it's only been 6 years. But it is still unknown which character will die and which character will live the aftermath of the epic wars.

Looking ahead to the release of "Avengers: Infinity War" this year and its as-yet-untitled sequel in 2019, he shared: "We're going to pull out the stops, and stop exploring conventions, and look to do stuff where we go, "Oh, but if we do that, that's very, very definitive".