SPOILERS: AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR May Have Featured A Surprise Cameo From An MCU Director

SPOILERS: AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR May Have Featured A Surprise Cameo From An MCU Director

<font color=red>SPOILERS:</font> AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR May Have Featured A Surprise Cameo From An MCU Director

Avengers: Infinity War was a movie packed full of awesome surprises but did you catch what appeared to be a cameo from a director with ties to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Hit the jump to check it out...

Avengers: Infinity War kicks off with the aftermath of Thanos' attack on Thor's ship and rather than the usual fanfare which plays over the "Marvel Studios" title card, we got to hear a radio transmission of an Asgardian pleading for mercy. However, it's now being reported that the voice may have belonged to THOR director Kenneth Branagh and when you listen to it, there's a very good chance it actually does! 

Branagh is, of course, no stranger to acting as he's appeared in everything from Harry Potter to Murder on the Orient Express. This would be a very cool cameo for the man who helped start the God of Thunder's journey in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but we don't have official confirmation quite yet.

For those of you who need a reminder, here's the message which was transmitted during the opening:

 
"This is the Asgardian refugee vessel Statesman…We are under assault. I repeat, we are under assault. Engines are dead. Life support failing. Requesting aid from any vessel within range…Our crew is made up of Asgardian families, we have very few soldiers here. This is not a warcraft. I repeat, this is NOT a warcraft."

It's a very tense way to kick things off and worked really well in Avengers: Infinity War regardless of who provided the voice. It made things clear that the stakes were high in the epic ensemble and that entire opening took no prisoners. Do you guys think this could have been a cameo from Branagh? 
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