We have exciting news and that is that you can finally bring Avengers Infinity War home on Blu-ray and DVD on August 14th. In celebration of the ability to watch Avengers Infinity War at home we have an interview with Trinh Tran the executive Producer of Avengers Infinity War and a look at Madame Tussauds Marvel Wax exhibit and how you can have a wax Infinity Gauntlet made from you own hand.
One thing about Trinh Tran is how she has worked her way up at Marvel from the beginning. She is a power woman now at Marvel having worked on so many different titles and now being the Executive Producer of Avengers Infinity War it’s a very big deal. I mean she was part of the meetings where they decided who was going to survive and who wasn’t.
It was pretty difficult. Sitting in the story meeting we really had to make the decision of who we want to survive, so that we could tell the next story. We sat there and we boarded it out, we brainstormed, we’d sit in the room, we hash it out every single day. In pre-production it was really trying to figure out how this was going to connect to Avengers 4 and we wanted to be able to tell a story. There is a specific reason why some of these people survive.”
What exactly does that mean being an Executive Producer on a major Marvel movie? What did she do? I’d have to say she does a little bit of everything.
It’s amazing because I’m able to be a part of the whole journey from beginning to end. When the idea first came out, we were finishing up, shooting Civil War. We came back and we were in the story room with Joe, Anthony, Steven, and Chris, our writers. We started just hashing out ideas so being a part of that creative process and sitting together with the Writers and Directors and coming up with the beats and ideas and then just really taking it all the way through shooting. Being in Atlanta for a year and a half. That was the longest time I’ve ever been away from LA. Being on set every day, just really making sure that Marvel’s vision was there and that we were following through with the stories that we wanted to tell. Following it through in post production, being in Editorial every single day, night, holiday, you name it. I remember actually the last day we called Wrap and we had a big cake there and everybody made speeches. As soon as the AD called Wrap, Joe and I ran straight to the airport because we had a 10 AM Editorial call. And we went straight into post production, that’s how intense it was. But it was just being there every single day, every step of the way, which was the most exciting part.”
She also talked about how much fun it was to work with everyone, but it was also very difficult to get that many actors together in one place. They all have such busy schedules. And you can relive all that fun by bringing Avengers Infinity War home. And if you are in LA you need to go visit Hollywood Madame Tussauds and make your own Avengers Infinity Gauntlet.