Thanos would eventually land on Earth, unleashing a penchant for power and destruction which will push the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes to the edge. However, it feels as if the Iron-Man will have the toughest time ahead of him.
A fresh photograph from Avengers: Infinity War has given a clear glimpse of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) without his super suit, looking around at the destruction caused by Thanos’ army. He is flanked by Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), Wong (Benedict Wong), and Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) is seen in the background. Have a look at it:
USA Today released this new photo as well as another image of Mantis and Rocket by the side of an unconscious God of Thunder. That photograph had featured in a scene earlier shown at Disney’s D23 Expo and yet again at San Diego Comic-Con during the summer, where the Guardians of the Galaxy literally bumped into Thor.
This latest photo’s sequence is briefly displayed in the Avengers: Infinity War trailer, which also features the same set of people in Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum.
Thus, the photos effectively reveal nothing new that we hadn’t already seen, but, they are important in the sense that these are the first official photographs released by Marvel. As movie’s premiere date approaches, there is bound to be a flurry of such images and glimpses.
Marvel’s list includes only one more movie before Infinity War; the marketing deluge is about to start. Product descriptions are already tumbling out regarding the various LEGO sets of the movie, which generally provide vital clues about movies before their release.
It’s heartening to see the science community come together after Hulk having spent a lot of time in outer space. Although Banner was afraid that returning to his angry alter persona in Thor: Ragnarok would permanently make him live as the green monster, it is apparent that he has managed to get back to normalcy once more.
However, it has to be seen as to what impact this equation would make on the Hulk and the other Avengers in future.
All those answers will be found when Avengers: Infinity War opens in theaters on May 4, 2018.