Just days ago, huge Avengers Infinity war secrets were revealed. I’m not entirely sure of it’s placement. My guess is that this Avengers Infinity war secret extra footage would play at the end of Thor Ragnarok. We know that Thor is going to be in a bad place, we might even think at the end of the movie that Thor dies, but fear not he’s not going to die. He is going to be found by none other than the Guardians of the Galaxy. At the D23 Expo was saw Thor ram right into the front of their spaceship just like a bug on a windshield. They brought him in, Mantis woke him up, he jumped off the table all riled up and then they all drew their weapons and pointed them at him. I always wondered what was going to bring the Guardians of The Galaxy into The Infinity War, but then I also realized, Thanos is Gamora’s father. I LOVE being able to see these Avengers Infinity War Secrets first hand.
I wish I had an image or video to show you guys. I’m surprised they showed it to us and I can NOT wait for Thor to come out. I mean look at my D23 Expo or Bust photo.
We did however, get to see almost all of the Avengers on the D23Expo stage. Also big for Marvel is next year marks 10 years for the Marvel Studio. Something that most people just don’t seem to understand is that Marvel hasn’t been around very long. I mean yes Marvel Comics has but not the Marvel Studio that continues to make blockbuster after blockbuster so this is a big deal.
Feige unveiled the Marvel Studios’ official 10th anniversary logo to the excited audience. Marvel Studios’ 10th anniversary begins with the release of “Avengers: Infinity War” and covers an impressive decade of Marvel Studios’ blockbusters released from 2008 through the “Avengers” untitled film in 2019. In celebration of the anniversary, fans can expect exclusive consumer products and collectibles, along with in-theater events and much more in the coming months.
Thor Ragnarok will be in theaters November 3 2017, while Avengers Infinity War will be in theaters May 4, 2018. We will continue to bring you up to date information as we receive it.