I'm trying to figure out how to say this most diplomatically, okay. According to AMC Theatres' website, Avengers: Infinity War will have a runtime of 2 hours and 36 minutes, making it the longest Marvel Studios movie ever released.
With Marvel Studios ramping up the promotion for its hugely-anticipated Avengers: Infinity War, Vin Diesel has taken to Facebook to share a message from the set alongside co-director Joe Russo as he records his dialogue for Groot, teasing the character's return in his teenage "Adolescent Groot" form and discussing the secret Groot dialogue script that only he gets to see.
He explains that he knew nothing about Thanos before he accepted the role, and the character in the movie is singularly focused on his quest. You see how he grew up, you see he was like the Quasimodo of this time, or if you've ever read Perfume [Patrick Süskind 's 1985 novel about a serial killer who craves handsome scenes but is disgusted by the smell of humanity], it's a great parallel to Thanos.
Though he'll be fighting the Avengers toward some monstrous, death-dealing ends, Brolin insists the character is smart, compassionate, even sympathetic. He stuck out. He was an anomaly. And that lent to this apparent insanity.
"You see this lughead and this guy who you pigeonhole right from the first cosmetic reaction to him". "And what I see is in this guy's eyes". Well, while speaking to Entertainment Weekly about Avengers: Infinity War, Feige made it clear that he's just not letting the idea onto his radar just yet.
The Marvel movies haven't had a great track record with villains, which would seem to have two obvious solutions: a more engaging character, or a plot more dramatically fulfilling than destruction. That will bring ruin, he believes, to the universe and to that life. Kevin Feige has promised the deaths of some of the most beloved super heroes of all time, but it isn't entirely clear exactly what else Thanos and his Black Order have in store for the future of the MCU.