The End Is Near In The Explosive New Avengers: Infinity War Trailer

The End Is Near In The Explosive New Avengers: Infinity War Trailer

Here’s your latest look at Avengers: Infinity War – and Thanos’ is here to kick some major butt.

Captain America (Chris Evans) and Thanos (Josh Brolin) go toe to toe. Image: Marvel Studios

The second big trailer for Infinity War gives us a few more hints at Thanos’ climactic arrival into the lives of our heroes. Suffice it to say, when he wants to murder half the galaxy, it isn’t going to go well for Earth’s mightiest.

Aside from some amazing looks at the action – especially in Wakanda, with Thanos’ armies going to war against the combined forces of the Avengers and Black Panther’s army – we get some really intriguing hints at Thanos’ plan here, similar to his longtime one from the comics: Wiping out half the galaxy in a snap of his fingers. Although here it’s more of a “bring balance to all things” instead of “impressing the female avatar of death itself“.

But man, there’s a lot going on! Glimpses of Thor seemingly getting his new Mjolnir replacement, flashes back to Thanos encountering Gamora for the first time… even our first look at the meeting between Iron Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy, which… well, goes about exactly as you’d expect. It’s all looking rather good.

Avengers: Infinity War releases April 25.


    • I read a theory concerning that this morning… Only reason I can see that would allow CA to literally stand toe-to-toe with the gauntlet wearing Mad Titan.

      In saying that though, considering the Soul Stone Grants control over all life in the universe, they would have to change up it’s powers somewhat to make sense…

  • If this shapes up as well as it looks so far then I will forgive all the sub-par films we’ve had to endure getting to this point. The character deaths need to be well done. If they’re not then the film will likely fall flat for me.

    • Sub-par? Fair dinkum you’re hard to impress. You probably whinge about the DC films at the same time. If you expect these film to be Citizen Kane you’re reaching. They’ve been perfectly effective and as a result they’ve been highly successful.

      • You didn’t even ask which films I’m referring to. Surely you don’t think all the marvel films have been top quality. And no, I accept them for what they are. Lastly, effective doesn’t equal quality.

        For the record, Iron Man, Captain America, Winter Soldier, Ragnorok, Doctor Strange, and Guardians of the Galaxy are all films I really enjoyed. But when you churn out as many films as they have, some are bound to be pedestrian. Also, I like Man of Steel so you’re also wrong about the DC assumption.

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