'Avengers: Infinity War' Presales On a Record-Breaking Track

Apr 13, 2018, 02:33
'Avengers: Infinity War' Presales On a Record-Breaking Track

He is a man.

The wait is almost over for Avengers: Infinity War, and in addition to plastering themselves all over the current issue of Empire, the cast have been chatting about the experience of shooting the sprawling ambitious superhero mash-up for a new featurette. Now MCU fans get to see the third Avengers movie a week early on Friday, April 27.

"Avengers: Infinity War" features a huge cast including Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Holland, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Mackie, Robert Downey Jr., Danai Gurira and many, many more. Then Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) pokes fun at Pratt's sense of humor, and Downey expresses his infatuation with Cumberbatch.

I'd really like to know.

There are a few snippets of new footage from the film, including fight scenes on Wakanda and one of the most delightful Star-Lord moments ever (which is saying something), but most of the featurette is focused on the actors themselves.

Fans will see exactly what Hawkeye has been up to when Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters on April 26th. We don't know precisely how much Avengers: Infinity War will make yet, but this is big. Since he is after the infinity stones, which are spread through the entire MCU, he is at war with all the superheroes, uniting them in the process.

Marvel dropped the first official Avengers: Infinity War trailer on November 29, 2017. With every Fandango VIP purchase of "Infinity War" tickets, Fandango is offering a complimentary "Infinity War" poster by popular artist Kaz Oomori from Fandango Fanshop, while supplies last. However, this movie has been hyped not as a amusing Marvel film, but as the culmination of a literal decade of worldbuilding and weaving in all sorts of disparate characters from the aforementioned Star-Lord all the way to icons like Captain America and Iron Man.

"Infinity War has built up such unprecedented anticipation that it's pacing to break records, the likes of which we have never seen before for a superhero movie", Fandango managing editor Erik Davis told Variety.

The hero shot from the first Avengers movie.