The longest runtime ever makes sense as Avengers: Infinity War will be bringing in several different storylines of the intergalactic guardians, the Asgardian refugees, the Wakandan tribes, the teenager from Queens, the business manganate from NY, the time traveler from Himalayas and more.
The movie picks up four years from the events of Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, when the Avengers unite against Thanos, who wants to collect all six of the Infinity Stones that will make him invincible.
This was a great scene, without having seen the movie, I can't really say it is my favorite as Downey Jr. did.
Infinity War content will include What the What and Who's Who which will premiere on the Marvel Avengers Channel in April and will give fans a closer look at the upcoming movie which releases in the United Kingdom nationwide on 26th April. Think of any character from any Marvel film you've seen in the last decade, chances are he or she is in this film; unless they are dead, of course.
Does that put Thor high on the list of heroes likely to die in Infinity War? We wanted to tell a story that they weren't expecting, and the story is told from the point of view of a villain, which I think is also really unique and risky for a commercial film.
Up until this moment, the heroes have always been the crux of each Marvel movie, but this time they're going a different route and essentially making the villain the main character.
It's not clear if he was referencing his exit or the departure of others.
Robert Downey Jr tweeted a behind-the-scenes photo from Avengers: Infinity War - featuring a few of his superhero friends Benedict Cumberbatch (left), Mark Ruffalo (second from right) and Benedict Wong (right) all posing together in costume during a break from filming.