I know, I know. It seems a little bit early to be talking about Avengers 4 in any serious way just yet, seeing as Avengers: Infinity War has still yet to come out. But let’s face it, it’s not like the headline of this article is a spoiler that no one was expecting. Yes, Marvel Studios and the Russo Brothers have been saying for a while that they feel like Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4 are two separate stories, we pretty much assumed that Thanos would be involved in both of them.
Regardless of what we assumed, it’s always worth noting whenever an actor inadvertently he is away even the smallest details. This latest one comes courtesy of actor Josh Brolin, the man sets play Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. The filmmakers have been mum on the fate of the Avengers at the end of this film, as well as what to expect from Thanos once those credits roll. Well, now it sounds like it is pretty much confirmed that Thanos will not only be returning in the fourth Avengers film, but that he will have a seen with actress Brie Larson, who plays Captain Marvel.
“I thought, ‘What the [frick] am I doing here?’ Because you’re in a onesie, man. You’ve got to walk around in a onesie and imagine yourself as an actor with some impact. It starts messing with your head. I’m Josh, who’s got dots on him, and a onesie, and a helmet can, and I’ve got Scarlett right there, and I’ve got Brie [Larson], and Don Cheadle, and Hemsworth, and Chris Evans, and Downey…I’m sitting there and I’m looking like I look, which is not 700lb and purple and eight feet tall. I mean, I’m feeling about as far from Jason Statham as one can feel at that moment, and yet I’m acting like I feel 10 times what Jason Statham is. I’m the man!”
So how exactly does this quote confirm anything? The secret lies with Larson. It is already been confirmed that she will be not having an appearance in Avengers: Infinity War, and I can only mean that Thanos will be back for sure in Avengers 4 — probably as the main villain, but you never know!
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SOURCE: Total Film Magazine (via CBM)