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M’Baku, White Wolf And Steve Rodgers Stand Side By Side With T’Challa In Avengers: Infinity War

Wakanda has just decided to join the rest of the world and share their resources. What can go wrong? How about a mad titan named Thanos arriving and doing whatever he has to do (including throwing a moon) to get the Infinity stones. But Black Panther, played by Chadwick Boseman, has quite the group of soldiers to protect Wakanda and now the world.

In another image released by Entertainment Weekly, which you can check out here, we see Black Panther with quite the line up. Along with his trained men, we also see M’Baku, leader of the Jabari Tribe and more than likely his men as well. In Black Panther we saw the leader of the tribe challenge T’Challa as rightful ruler of Wakanda. Although defeated, M’Baku seemed to gain respect for T’Challa for his hesitation to kill him, instead insisting him that his tribe needed him. Later in the film M’Baku and the Jabari soldiers came to the aid of Black Panther as they fought off Erik Killmonger and his loyal men. So it looks like once again he will join T’Challa in battle in Avengers: Infinity War.

Along with M’Baku, the Winter Solider otherwise known by the Wakandans as White Wolf, played by Sebastian Stan, also stands by his side. We know that he had been in Wakanda since the end of Captain America: Civil War. There Shuri was able to fix all of the brainwashing that he had experienced through out his life.

Last but certainly not least there is also Steve Rodgers, formerly Captain America, played by Chris Evans. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Boseman talked about the trust that his character and Steve Rodgers has and how that is symbolized by Rodger’s new shield.

“His shield was already made from vibranium anyway. So it’s just an extension of what he already had. This time, actually giving it to him, as opposed to…” Boseman shrugs. The materials for the old shield were likely taken, not offered. “Me actually giving it to him is a testament to our relationship and trust.”

Wakanda and the rest of the world are going to need all the help they can get with Thano’s arrival. These scenes with so many of these characters we have seen in several films are sure to be amazing.

What do you think of all this new information for Avengers: Infinity War? Let us know in the comment section below!

Marvel Studios Avengers: Infinity War slams into theaters April 27th, 2018.


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Source: Entertainment Weekly

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