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Avengers: Infinity War warming up for box office success

Carlos Ruiz

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most recent installment “Avengers: Infinity War” is going to be one of the best superhero movies of the year.

The MCU is the most dominant franchise centered on superhero films today.

If you’re not a fan of seeing a crapload of superheroes on screen for two hours and 29 minutes, don’t bother attending this movie because that’s what you’re going to get.

Of course everyone shares an opinion and this opinion prefers an abundance of crazy and spine chilling moments throughout screen time.

This is going to be the best movie because of how the characters will interact with one another, you will see characteristics clash together that you never believe would.

This will be what you call the ULTIMATE CROSSOVER.

You will get to see the Starlord interact with Iron Man and Thor, along with engagements by Bruce Banner and T’Challa.

Infinity War is the accumulation of 10 years in the MCU, 10 connected years beginning in 2008 with the release of “Iron Man.”

The simple fact that “Infinity War” has been built up from all these events involving the Marvel super heroes is extraordinary to see it all come to a closing.

The mad super villain Thanos is ready to take charge and secure all six of the infinity stones to create his perfect idea of humanity.

Many will argue that the great and powerful “Black Panther” is the best superhero movie of the year because of it’s amazing box office success.

If that’s your argument, hahaha that’s cute. “Black Panther” undoubtedly was a great film, while Wakanda left attendees amazed, “Infinity War” will leave movie-goers at the edge of their seats.

The non-believers will also try and direct the attention to how poor the previous Avenger movies have done in theaters in the past years.

Although that is true, 99% of the public want to see this movie already and the buzz on twitter is that it’s poised to shatter an all-time box office record.

Sara Stewart, a top critic for the New York Post said, “All the past decade’s Marvel movies have been heading toward this showdown. Turns out the payoff was worth the wait.”

If you’re one who doesn’t listen to the critics and likes to judge the movie for yourself, go ahead and do so. This movie will surely have you leaving the theater hungry for more screen time.

Kevin Feige is the president of Marvel Studios and has been producing Marvel movies since “Blade” in 1998.

Feige will not leave you disappointed with this upcoming Avengers film.

Anthony and Joe Russo previously directed “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, “Captain America: Civil War” and this time around had the chance to direct “Infinity War.”

If you were a fan of those movies, then “Infinity War” won’t leave you disappointed.

Even if you’re still not on board that this movie will outshine “Black Panther”, just letting you know by what was seen in the movie trailers “Black Panther” plays a big role in the movie.

You’re going to get to see Wakanda once again in “Infinity War,” and this time around there will be a lot more action taking place.

Brace yourself for this weekend in what will be the toughest and most powerful challenge for the Avengers.

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Carlos Ruiz, Managing Editor

Carlos Ruiz is the Managing Editor for Talon Marks. He admires photography, and even launched his own website and has dedicated his Instagram to his work....

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Avengers: Infinity War warming up for box office success