– by Seth McDonald

With Avengers: Infinity War fans will finally get to see Josh Brolin’s Thanos in action. Having only appeared in teaser scenes, the villain will finally go to war with Marvel’s superhero team, The Avengers, along with a veritable smorgasbord of super heroes, including the Guardians of the Galaxy. Brolin recently spoke with Collider and talked about what a massive project the last two Avengers films are, and that for the co-directors of the films, brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, Avengers 4 may be the last Marvel project for the siblings:

“Also, I think that [the Russos are] in a position very openly and raw-ly where they’re like, ‘We would never do this again. This is a one-time deal. To put this many successful actors together is such a pain in the ass, but it’s been worth it. We’re doing two movies. One back to back, and this is it for us. Then we’ll go off in another direction,’ but this is a very, very, very ambitious project that I think is going to pay off in a big way.”

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That is sort of a bummer to hear, whatever the future holds for the MCU is anyone’s guess, but I think fans would feel better about it if they knew the Russo brothers were going to be involved, I know I would. Judging from what Brolin says, it sounds like the siblings may be moving on to something different. By the time Avengers 4 is released, the Russo brothers will have directed four movies set within the MCU, and if they wanted to try their hand at something different, that is understandable.

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Source: Collider