THOR: RAGNAROK's Tessa Thompson Thinks Fans Will Leave AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Feeling "Galvanized"

While doing the press rounds to promote the home release of Thor: Ragnarok, Tessa Thompson was asked what she thinks the fans will be feeling when they walk out of Avengers: Infinity War. Take a look...

It almost seems like a foregone conclusion that we'll be saying goodbye to at least one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes in Avengers: Infinity War, and even if that doesn't happens, it sounds like fans are still in for quite an emotionally draining experience.

During an interview with ET, Thor: Ragnarok star Tessa Thompson was asked to give one word to describe the emotions the fans will be feeling when they walk out of theaters after seeing the Marvel film, and she went with "galvanized."

Perhaps not the reponse many of us expected, but it definitely suggests that the events of the movie are going to leave audiences a little shook.

Thompson went on to praise her MCU experience so far, and explained why she feels the "God-like" characters have resonated with fans to such an extent:

"Way before I was in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, before I dreamt that I ever would be, is that their characters are you know, in epic proportion… These superheroes, these god-like characters and also meanwhile, incredibly human. I’ve always felt that the strength of Marvel films are not just, you know, the action sequences which of course we love as audience members, but really dynamically that action that happens between these characters. Their friendships, their love stories, their loss. I think those are the things that really tug on your heart and make you compel to really follow characters on their journeys. So I think the same will be true in Avengers: Infinity War. And the truth is the same will be true throughout Phase 4 ’cause that’s what Marvel does best.”

What do you guys make of Tessa's comments? Do you think a major character will meet their maker in Avengers: Infinity War, and if so, who? Be sure to share your thoughts in the usual place.
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