Without a doubt Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War has been the huge box office success everyone thought it would be. As of this past Sunday, the film has earned an approximate $1.904 billion dollars. Not bat right? So it’s safe to say that most people have seen this movie, comic book fans or not, but just in case here is a friendly neighborhood SPOILER WARNING.
There were a lot of moments through out the film that raised a lot of questions, for example how was Peter Parker’s death delayed? Or the question of what was did Groot mean with his last “I am Groot”? A piece from the Huffington Post covers a lot of these and other questions that were gracefully answered by directors of the film Joe and Anthony Russo. One in particular we are going to touch on today is the matter of our hero’s clothes.
When our heroes start disappearing left and right their clothes went with them. But shouldn’t happen correct? Clothes don’t have souls (unless somehow possessed but that’s an entire different argument), they don’t die. Worst comes to worst, they can be damaged or destroyed but not killed. So why did our heroes disappear with their clothes?
Joe Russo explained that the character’s clothes disappear because they are “part of their identity.” Anthony Russo continued to explain that, “Whatever was elemental to somebody’s presence went with them.” Does this mean that any clothes that the characters had went with them? Or was it just clothes that were specifically theirs? What would have happened if a character was borrowing someone else’s suite or just clothes in general, would they have disappeared as well?
Of course, that is just being super specific, but it is interesting that that detail would be brought up. What do you think of the question of the character’s clothes disappearing? Does it even matter? Let us know in the comment section below!
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Source: Huffington Post