– by Nick Doll

In both comics and film, superheros love to fight other superheros. It’s what they do. Smash first, talk about loyalties later. Iron Man and Captain America fought Thor when they met him in The Avengers. The Guardians of the Galaxy met during a brawl on Xandar. Batman and Superman fought because the title said so. Hulk and Iron Man clashed in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Last, but certainly not least, Zemo turned the Avengers against each other in Captain America: Civil War in what was the superhero battle to end all superhero battles! Or was it?

In 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War, the Guardians of the Galaxy will finally join forces with the Avengers to take on the cosmic menace, Thanos. But when one team of super beings meets another, the knee-jerk reaction is to fight. So will the Guardians and the Avengers face off in Infinity War before finally joining forces? Fandango asked Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige just that, but don’t expect the master of Marvel to give a decisive answer:

“All things are possible…”

Feige chuckled as he told this to Fandango, which is about as close to a “yes” as you can get from the man. But, in a movie as stuffed full of characters and plot-points as Infinity War, is there really time for a good guy on good guy brawl? 

Though it’s always fun to watch the heroes go at it, I think we’ve seen it enough already, especially in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I’m hoping there will be an exchange of words rather than one of fists, shields, futuristic weapons… and a bow and arrow. I expect characters like Rocket and Star-Lord to get snarky with Iron Man in particular, but I’d rather save time from infighting for the big battle against a threat the likes of which the Avengers have never seen. 

Do you want to see the Guardians of the Galaxy fight the Avengers, or are you also over watching the good guys go at it before moving on to the real villain? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. 

Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters on May 4, 2018.

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SOURCE: Fandango