AceShowbiz - Marvel has been so discreet about their new film "Avengers: Infinity War", probably as a way to avoid major spoilers. However, the film's directors, Anthony and Joe Russo, snuck an update on their Twitter account. The helmers shared a photo, washed out in brightness, which featured what looked like some sort of a destruction scene caused by a greater evil, presumably Thanos.
The Russo brothers are known for their unpredictable teaser images. Previously, their teaser of "Captain America: Civil War" turned out to be a major significant event of the film. It's quite hard to tell exactly what happens in this "Infinity War" photo because there is no known context to back up the story. It can be an important scene or just a part of insignificant aftermath montage.
"Infinity War" is going to be one of the biggest Marvel Cinematic Universe films, as the Avengers finally team up with Guardians of the Galaxy and other superheroes. There has been a lack of trailer but too much teaser from cast and set photos, making fans grow impatient as the time goes on. They've become pushy and naggy until The Russo brothers had to calm them down by posting quote on social media. Therefore, this new update is thrilling for the fans, given the fact that they get to look at a probable part of the film.
The trailer for the film is expected to be released before the end of the year, as the studios aim for a spring 2018 release. When speaking at Rhode Island Comic Con on November 12, Paul Bettany teased the fans by calling the trailer "badass" and "amazing." He also promised that the trailer would be out and everyone would love it. At the same event, Sebastian Stan kicked the hype up a notch by saying that the trailer was epic. "Almost every scene is epic," the actor said. Other than the trailer, both actors also hinted at possible romantic liaisons for the film's characters.
In a recent interview, the head of Marvel studios, Kevin Feige, said that the process of making "Infinity War" and its sequel "Avengers 4" was surprisingly emotional. This means that the new "Avengers" film, which is set to be released in U.S. theaters May 4, 2018, will be not just incredibly epic, but also emotion-provoking.