Proving to already be a hit at the box office, Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War" is now selling pre-sale tickets faster than the last seven Marvel films combined. We don't know yet, about the early numbers are nothing if not promising. A further trailer, showing Robert Downey Jr's Iron Man meeting Chris Pratt's Star-Lord and Chris Evans's Captain America facing Thanos has been viewed almost 60 million times. Chris Evans' Steve Rogers and the majority of the Black Panther cast - although we do get a lovely shot of Danai Gurira discussing the joys of working with Olsen, and how awesome the female cast members are in general.
Iron Man (2008) kicked things off in Phase 1 and along with The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger and Iron Man 2 led to Marvel's Avengers Assemble.
Fandango also said "Infinity War" is outpacing the last seven Marvel movies combined in pre-sale tickets.
Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Infinity War" hits US theaters on April 27. The prime suspects for the chop according to current fan opinion seem to be Cap, Stark or Hawkeye but if the legacy of the franchise has taught anything, it's to expect the unexpected in Avengers: Infinity War. "Avengers: Infinity War" releases in US theaters on April 27, 2018.
The key here is that Avengers: Infinity War appears to represent the culmination of a decade-long storyline.
Lastly, Mark Ruffalo calls Downey Jr.as the "godfather" among the Avengers cast because of the journey he has made.
After the first trailer dropped, people on Twitter began attributing, reportedly wrongly, a quote to Marvel saying Avengers: Infinity War was the "most ambitious crossover event in history". Also the Doctor Strange, Star-Lord sequence is new.
It is highly unlikely that Marvel will stray too far from the formula that made those movies work and dispute the reports of many deaths in Infinity War, those who have seen the previews have all reported that the film is really amusing.