Avengers: Infinity War will land in cinemas globally on April 27th. You gotta love Twitter.
In a conversation between Marvel Studios’ account and the official account of Mr Robert Downey Jnr. (you may have heard of him), it’s been revealed that Avengers: Infinity War is getting an earlier release date than its originally scheduled date of May 4th.
That’s a FANTASTIC idea! Done.
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) March 1, 2018
For the full back and forth, click on the links above. Yeah, it’s a bit of a cheap marketing ploy, but hey, we’ll take it. If you’ve been locked in an isolation ward and you have no idea what we’re talking about, have a gander at the trailer below (oh, and feel free to ignore the release date at the end of it):
According to reports Avengers: Infinity War is the first of a two part film; the second will see release in 2019. It’s also rumoured that the film will see the death of a couple of characters as the series moves onto its fourth phase of films.
Personally speaking we’d put money on any character that hasn’t had their own film yet, with perhaps the exception of Black Widow. Yes, this would put Hawkeye and Falcon in the crosshairs, but seeing as Vision seems to be writing in pain in the trailer, it’s possible that’s where you’d lay the smart money.
Guess we’ll be finding out sooner rather than later, though. And hey, this means there’ll be nearly a whole month between this film and the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story. Maybe that’s why Avengers: Infinity War is being bumped forward. Maybe…