Avengers: Infinity War Is Outselling The Past Seven Marvel Films - Combined

Avengers: Infinity War Is Outselling The Past Seven Marvel Films - Combined

In fact, Infinity War is now outpacing the last seven Marvel movies combined, including massive titles like Thor: "Ragnarok, Spider-Man: "Homecoming, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Captain America: "Civil War". And thankfully, they all still seem to really like each other. So, if several fan theories are to believe this might be the last we'll witness the charisma of Robert Downey Jr on screen as Tony Stark.

However, it's not just outdoing "Black Panther".

Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, an unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to a head in Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War. Chris Pratt's beloved Guardian of the Galaxy tries out a new affectation in the latest TV spot for the Marvel ensemble film, and immediately gets called out by his teammates.

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After all, he was central to the plot of Avengers Assemble after helping Loki to steal the tesseract - damn mind control - and since then, he helped to save Sokovia in Avengers: Age of Ultron and kicked ass during Captain America: Civil War.

Recently, Avengers: Infinity War helmers were once again asked about the absence of Hawkeye from the promos and trailers. Back when "Black Panther" launched, Fandango sold more than 30% of the domestic box office tickets for the film on opening weekend, and you should act fast if you want to be the first to see Marvel's Infinity War.

However, with Avengers: Infinity War, it will be the first time that so many superheroes across the MCU come together.

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As you can see, Guardians of the Galaxy's Chris Pratt, has been given a family title after Chris Hemsworth questioned if he was "one of the Avengers now?".

Mark Ruffalo notes that Downey is the "godfather" of this whole endeavor, and even sneaks in a little Hulk hug for his comrade. However, this movie has been hyped not as a amusing Marvel film, but as the culmination of a literal decade of worldbuilding and weaving in all sorts of disparate characters from the aforementioned Star-Lord all the way to icons like Captain America and Iron Man.

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