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Avengers: Infinity War Will Be the Longest Marvel Film
22 March 2018, 01:19 | Ruben Stone
New 'Avengers: Infinity War' Trailer Nabs Third-Biggest Debut Ever
Ever since the release of the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer, Marvel fans - especially Indian Marvel fans - have been busy speculating about the film, touted by many to be the "ambitious crossover event" in history, with over 40 superheroes teaming up to defeat their biggest adversary yet, Thanos.
While asked about the importance given to Thanos, acted by Josh Brolin, director Joe Russo replied, "He was a threat but he was not developed in any way up to this point".
Robert Downey Jr. has revealed which Avengers:Infinity War scene is his favorite - and, surprisingly enough, Iron Man isn't even in it. In conclusion, he name-dropped Thor as having "a really interesting arc", and said: "He hasn't been at the forefront of otherAvengers movies but he certainly has a very important role in this film".
"We think we handled it and solved it in fairly clever ways", McFeely says about juggling the stories of all the other Marvel movies to fit with Avengers 4, before knocking on a nearby wooden table. It's now the fourth biggest superhero movie across the globe, shy of "Avengers" with $1.518 billion (5th highest of all time), "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (2015) with $1.405 billion (7th highest of all time) and "Iron Man 3" (2013) with $1.214 billion (13th highest of all time).
While that isn't too specific, it is worrying now that fans have started speculating that Thor's death scene might actually be in the latest "Avengers" trailer, released Friday (and seen above).
Chadwick Boseman's speech about Steve Rogers (formely Captain America) gets a nod too, and the dubbing is spot on, as is the blocking.
Check back here on Friday for our interview with Don Cheadle (War Machine) from the set of Avengers: Infinity War! It is the longest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, followed closely by Captain America: Civil War (2 hours 28 minutes), Avengers (2 hours 23 minutes) and Avengers: Age of Ultron (2 hours 22 minutes).
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The sequel, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life , saw its opening weekend numbers fall dramatically from its predecessor's. The film " I Can Only Imagine " landed in third-place overall on the domestic charts, bringing in $17M at just 1,629 locations.