Marvel Studio’s Avengers: Infinity War showcased the villainous side of Mad Titan Thanos who killed his daughter Gamora for the sake of soul stone and turned half of the Universe to dust with a snap of his Infinity Gauntlet led fingers.
While there are a lot of Marvel fans who hate Thanos for his ruthless acts in Avengers: Infinity War, there are even some who viewed the Mad Titan as a savior of sorts who wiped off people to balance life across the universe so that the remaining get a fair shot at life.
Avengers: Infinity War’s home release included a commentary by co-director Anthony Russo who explained how the creative team added some nobility to the purple-hued menace.
“That’s I think, one of the most unnerving things about Thanos, is that there is a nobility in him, you know? It’s not ego, it’s not power,” Anthony explained. “He basically looks at himself as a servant and when he’s finished with his service, he rests.”
While Thanos believes whatever he is doing, he is doing for the good; it’s the other way round for others. Josh Brolin will next be seen reprising his role of the Mad Titan in Avengers 4 which has already been teased to be the biggest movie of all time.
Recently, MCUCosmic writer Jeremy Conrad took to Twitter to ask Russo brothers about Tony Stark’s (Robert Downey Jr.) dream at the beginning of the film which saw him become a parent with Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow). Conrad wanted to know if Tony’s dream suggested the existence of an alternate timeline.
“It was a dream, but dreams are mysterious,” the Russo brothers replied.
We will get to know more about what happens next when Avengers 4 releases in theatres on May 2019. The film will serve as a significant conclusion to the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 3.
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