Captain America Fights The Black Order In New 'Avengers: Infinity War' Footage

Avengers Infinity War is the sequel to Marvel’s The Avengers and Avengers Age Of Ultron. Courtesy Pix

Avengers Infinity War is the sequel to Marvel’s The Avengers and Avengers Age Of Ultron. Courtesy Pix

Overall, there isn't much to spoil on the movie as a whole from the preview shown, not even who might or might not end up dying. Today, Warner Bros dropped a big piece of info pertaining to what fans of LEGO Marvel can expect in the upcoming Infinity War DLC content. I'm willing to bet we will see him turn up somehow in Avengers: Infinity War or in the next Guardians film or in this storyline, if this is the same Adam we are talking about here.

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These powerful artifacts have popped up in a bunch of the Marvel movies over the past decade, but you'd be forgiven for losing track of where each one has ended up. It was a lot like slasher movies in the early 1980s: the genre hadn't yet settled into its familiar trappings and every new film, no matter how derivative or cheaply made, was a unique experiment in drawing the borders of what was possible.

It then ends with Thanos about to crush Captain America with the Infinity Gauntlet.

There doesn't appear to be any new footage, but instead it appears to be a highlight of some of the best action footage we've seen so far. Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark used that experience and his tech knowledge to create an iron suit to defend himself and to fight against those who would use terror and power to subjugate the weak. We also wonder if Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) is in there somewhere amid all the one-sheet mayhem, but too infinitesimally small (sorry!) to be readily spotted.

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However, the first movie still seems to be missing that certain "je ne sais quoi" that movies like Winter Soldier or Black Panther had. That's particularly noteworthy given that "Black Panther" became a phenomenon as soon as it hit theaters, and went on to make $1.3 billion worldwide.

Even though he's a world-crushing Titan who wishes to wipe out half of existence, Thanos and Civil War's villain Helmut Zemo are kindred spirits.

This blockbuster and its sequel are basically the finale to the current era of the MCU. Stay tuned and we will bring them all to you, including the announcement as it happens.

Spider-Man and Thor attempt, in very Star-Lord fashion, to let the heroes from the other side of the MCU know that they are the Avengers, Earth's Mightiest Heroes. That wont be the case this time, as "Avengers 4" is scheduled for release in May 2019. The new game's title will be changed with Infinity War content.

There has been various fan theories about what the Soul Stone is, with the producers of the MCU refusing to deny or confirm them. In fact, the two movies were originally announced as "Infinity War, Part 1" and "Infinity War, Part 2".

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