Avengers Infinity War: Who's Going to Die?

Lawrence Kim
April 24, 2018

Benedict Cumberbatch thinks that Sachin Tendulkar will be a flawless fit the play the role of superhero Doctor Strange.

McFeeley said the freedom they received from the studio allowed for "some really good storytelling".

"There wasn't a mandate that everything has to get tied up in a neat bow so that we can continue with another [movie] and another one and another one [or] "these characters are sacred and can't move too far", he said.

Chris Hemsworth's Thor is back with an eye patch after losing his right eye in Thor: Ragnarok.

The Avengers assembled in Beverly Hills over the weekend, as the cast descended upon a press conference Sunday to discuss Marvel Studios' highly anticipated movie, Avengers: Infinity War, which hits theaters Friday.

Which movie changed the most from script to screen?

Barton Crockett, media industry analyst at B. Riley FBR, predicted a US$238 million debut for the film, which would make it the biggest opening this year.

"But, again, [we're] not going to announce any post-Avengers 4 movies until hopefully after Avengers 4, which is another reason we're not going to Comic-Con". So, in case you don't have two full days and nights free for a binge session, we've narrowed it down to five essential films that should get you up to speed just in time for Thanos to start wrecking everything. Thanos, played by Josh Brolin, will challenge the Avengers like never before.

Avengers Infinity War will have Marvel superheroes fighting the main villain Thanos. We need Hawkeye. We want more Hawkeye.' I love it.

That was until Spider-Man: Homecoming came along and stuck its oar in.

For Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and the gang, the stakes could not be higher. So that led us to a very specific story with him that, as I've said before is a long play, not a short play.

Further shrouding the mystery, directors Joe and Anthony Russo have been teasing Hawkeye's whereabouts in various interviews and on their own Facebook page, promising that they haven't forgotten "the twice-nominated Jeremy Renner".

Most of the actors were given scripts for only the scenes they were filming, or given complete scripts that turned out to be fake, in order to prevent spoilers - particularly which characters may get killed off - from leaking out.

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