Spider-Sense And More - This AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Footage Description Will Blow Your Mind

Spider-Sense And More - This AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Footage Description Will Blow Your Mind

Thor meeting the Guardians. Spider-Man's new suit and Spider-Sense. A bearded Captain America. Thanos destroying the Moon. You have to read this description of the epic Avengers: Infinity War trailer!

Marvel showed a trailer for Avengers: Infinity War at the D23 Expo today and while it's not been released online (and probably won't be), we do have a lengthy description courtesy of io9 and Marvel's Agent M. Needless to say, it sounds absolutely incredible and even bigger and better than we initially thought. Featuring nearly every Marvel character ever, there are tonnes of major reveals here.

The Hulkbuster armour returns, Black Panther and Winter Soldier defend Wakanda side-by-side and Thanos brings down an entire planet (or possibly even Earth's Moon) on Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

It's a shame that we probably won't see this trailer for months but with Comic-Con right around the corner, chances are we'll at least get some artwork for the movie in the next week or so. Either way, it sounds like this really will be Marvel's biggest and best movie to date. We'll just have to wait and see but try to digest the amazing new details below and then share your thoughts in the usual place!


We’ll learn more about Thor and the Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok, but the Infinity War trailer opened with the Asgardian being flung against the windshield of the Milano, the ship commanded by Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) from Guardians of the Galaxy. “Get it off!” shouts Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper), as though a particularly ugly bug had been smushed there.
 
Mantis (Pom Klementieff) brings Thor back to life, and he promptly greets out Guardians with an unfriendly, “Who the hell are you?” (To be fair, Star-Lord had just told his fellow Guardians, “This might be dangerous, so let’s put on our mean faces.”) It then seems like Thor joins forces with the Guardians to guide them to Earth, where we see the following things go down, in quick succession:
 
Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) seems to cut a flaming car in half. It looks like her beau Vision (Paul Bethany) might be trapped nearby, and to judge from their faces, something sad and bad is going down.
 
“Death follows him like a shadow,” we hear, as Josh Brolin’s ultimate villain Thanos is teased.
 
Suddenly, Tom Hiddleston’s Loki appears, cutting through flaming wreckage to grab the Tesseract, which holds one of the Infinity Stones. Is this what Scarlet Witch and Vision were trying to prevent?
 
Next, there’s a glimpse of Tom Holland’s Peter Parker on his school bus. The hair on his arms stands up. How’s that for some trouble-activated spider-sense?
 
“He’s come to us,” someone says, as some alien ships crash land on a wrecked Earth. A worried Mantis stands with Iron Man, Thor, Doctor Strange, the Hulk, and the other heroes as the aircrafts approach.
 
“This does put a smile on my face,” intones Thanos, as Gamora (Zoe Saldana) takes in the wreckage of the room kept by the Collector (Benicio del Toro). More Infinity Stones pillaged.
 
And that’s when Thanos walks through a portal onto Earth — big and hulking and boasting a shit-eating grin. Star-Lord and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) leap into action, harnessing magic and airborne stepping stones. Even Spider-Man swings into action, wearing a cool new suit … perhaps the one teased at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming?
 
Briefly, we see Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), who’s blond now, and Captain America, who’s bearded. Listen, I know the fate of the universe is at stake, but don’t we all feel a little refreshed after spending valuable time on an undercover makeover? Talk to Wonder Woman about that, she knows what’s up.
 
In the final moments, things get truly heightened. Thanos grabs Thor’s head in his meaty paw and regards it like a grape he’s about to smush. Maybe he saw that scary black-and-white episode of Twin Peaks and wants to practice storming radio stations and breaking open heads?
 
“You can run from it,” growls Thanos, “but your destiny still arrives.” And then he holds up one hand and seemingly destroys a planet far away in the sky — or, if this scene is taking place on Earth, our freaking moon — and heaves the remains of it at our Avengers in a single shot.
 


















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