Did ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Screenwriters Confirm ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Crossover?
What’s happening to Avengers: Infinity War, you ask? Well, a lot more than what the DC Universe is up to. The much-anticipated movie has gotten more interesting, thanks to Infinity War screenwriter Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.Advertisement
‘Avengers: Infinity War Part 1’ could include ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ cast
In an interview with Nerdist senior editor Dan Casey, one titillating answer about the crossover gave us the hint we were looking for.
Markus said, “Let’s put it this way: You know who owns that [Infinity] Gauntlet, right? And you know who’s in another movie? And his kids are in that movie… you do the math!”
So that confirms it. Gamora, daughter of Thanos and Nebula, will be a key character in the crossover. Thanos himself hasn’t been revealed to us, except for a few glimpses in Marvel movies.
In an interview with Huffington Post, McFeely said, “He hasn’t had an amazing scene. I think it’s an advantage ultimately, right? Because people are anticipating this guy coming in and really delivering the goods. So, I think they’re eager, and we just have to deliver it. We don’t have to convince them that he’s gonna be interesting. We just have to execute what has been teased.”
Although the screenwriters have confirmed the arrival of our favorite characters from Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel might be holding them off for Part 2. Perhaps we could see a post-credits scene of them. Or maybe they would be introduced in the first part as well.
You might as well hold your horses, as Avengers: Infinity War is likely to release on May 4, 2018. In other news, IGN reports confirmed that Jon Favreau, director of Iron Man, will be making a comeback to Marvel Entertainment Studios as executive producer of The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1.
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