Infinity War Stars Recreate The Brady Bunch Theme Song

But Infinity War couldn't find much scope for him, though he did share a brief tag team moment with Rocket Raccoon.

In comes Chris Pratt, claiming Star-Lord as "the greatest to ever walk the Earth, by far".

And still, the film fails to do justice to most of its heroes, with even Johansson and Evans struggling to register while Boseman is criminally unnoticeable after the hit he delivered with Black Panther.

"Avengers: Infinity War's" Fandango pre-sale records include the top superhero pre-seller, beating "Black Panther", as well as the best summer movie pre-seller, surpassing 2011's "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II".

While Thanos is out in the universe killing people, the heroes are fighting battles of their own - some of ego, some of loss and some of love.

Yet, this isn't the time for ego clashes and sulking, as the epitome of villainy, the towering monster Thanos (Josh Brolin), is on a macabre mission to annihilate half the universe. This is one of the biggest things to look forward to when watching "Avengers: Infinity War". He not only shows his might, but establishes to viewers that you haven't seen an MCU villain like this. ever. This is the MCU villain that can't lose. Apparently she was the only woman in the universe who knew the location of the final Infinity Stone - the Soul Stone.

Avengers: Infinity War follows that same thread as Thanos has finally made a decision to take matters into his own hands to collect the six infinity stones - space, time, reality, power, mind and soul - that will give him the ultimate power in the universe.

Infinity War has an overwhelming sense of dread.

Do you remember Marvel One-Shots, those little short films that used to be attached to the home video releases of Marvel Cinematic Universe films?

The true shock value of Infinity War is the stakes.

The first two deaths arrive early on in the movie, with Heimdall meeting his end when he's stabbed by one of the members of Thanos' Black Order.

Directors Russo (veterans of two Captain America films) realise the potential minefield of having too many of their superheroes, all charismatic in their own right, in one frame, and hence divvy up the conflicts. It's quite the deep dive inside the mind of a madman.

That means the sequel should see Carol Danvers heading to Earth (assuming she's now elsewhere in the cosmos) and taking on Thanos, which is a major upgrade for the Avengers, as we've heard she is the most powerful hero in the entire MCU. There was a lot of secrecy around the film; so no spoilers would be released, and even the stars of the film weren't able to see it until the premiere week! The Russo brothers (who directed the Captain America movies 'The Winter Soldier' and 'Civil War') and a team of writers put together an excellent picture that combines them naturally and gives us the goods we deserve. You'd be wise to stay offline for spoilers so you can enjoy them for yourself. Every film builds into the next, with the now mandatory post-credits scenes literally working overtime to continue the process.

Disney-Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War" has already eclipsed "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" as the third-highest pre-seller in Fandango's 18-year history.

Well, Disney does - and they want to see more of them just as much as you do.

  • Salvatore Jensen