Avengers Infinity War: Thanos and Thor will Have the Most Screentime
- Author: Stacy Houston Mar 22, 2018,
Mar 22, 2018, 1:08
According to a listing on Fandango, Avengers: Infinity War will run for 156 minutes, or 2 hours and 36 minutes, although it could be shorter minus the credits. The runtime also includes the post-credits.
Anticipation for Avengers: Infinity War is building as the latest instalment in the franchise brings together the heroes of just about every movie Marvel has released to date. There is a possibility that Cap will not make it to the fourth "Avengers" film after being killed in "Infinity War".
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Moreover, the Russo Brothers who are directing the next two-part Avengers movie have said in a statement that in Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos and Thor have more screen-space than the others. The film will be told from his perspective, a new trick that worked quite well for last month's blockbuster, Black Panther. It's the culmination of the 18 previous films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; there are somewhere between 70 and 23,048 characters; and the plot description includes the phrase "bend reality to his will".
"We think we handled it and solved it in fairly clever ways", McFeely says about juggling the stories of all the other Marvel movies to fit with Avengers 4, before knocking on a nearby wooden table. After all, it's hard to see how Thor could withstand Thanos (Josh Brolin) seeming twisting his neck like that (then again, we're not totally clear on Asgardian physiology). In the following three days, advance ticket sales went past Black Panther by 257.6 percent for the same duration. "I think he's a pretty fascinating character, and I think he's going to jump to the forefront of people's mind, as a pivotal Marvel character, after "Ragnarok" and this". If you want to know our ranking of the 50 Greatest MCU Moments, or see a very special re-telling of how the Russo brothers figured our that airport fight in Civil War, it's a must-read. True, we'll see Chris Hemsworth's Thor finally share screen-time with the Guardians of the Galaxy, but is that really the most ambitious crossover in history?