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Raise your hand if you’re still waiting for Marvel to release the Infinity War trailer. Yeah? Me too. We’ve already heard some details about it from D23 and SDCC, while co-director Joe Russo has hinted that audiences should expect “intense surprises” from the movie.

The latest from Joe Russo is that while the subject matter of Infinity War (i.e. the search for the Infinity Stones and the Gauntlet) is decidedly intergalactic, we can still expect  some of the action to take place on terra firma. When asked how much of the movie would take place on Earth, his answer was:

“A good amount. It’s a lot of different narratives driving towards each other. A lot of different characters, so you have to tell a lot of story. And it’s a good mix between space and Earth.”

It’s already been reported that basically the entirety of the MCU will appear in Infinity War, so this wasn’t really a surprise. That said, I’m getting a little tired of hearing about all these teaser bits about Infinity War when we don’t even have a trailer backing any of it up.

And before you say it, no. I will not watch a leaked clip of it from SDCC. I want 1080 HD or nothing for what is shaping up to be an awesome superhero movie on a truly epic scale.

Avengers: Infinity War opens in Singapore on April 26, 2018. 

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