Avengers: Infinity War To Take Place In "Many, Many New Worlds" Besides Earth, Reports Captain Obvious

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Lowering the bar once again for what can legitimately be called "EXCLUSIVE," ComicBook.com has an interview with Avengers: Infinity War production designer Charles Wood talking about the production design for the upcoming film. Bringing together the casts from all of Marvel's movies, including the space-faring Guardians of the Galaxy, to face off against cosmic supervillain Thanos, in a story that will pull elements from the cosmic comic book odyssey The Infinity Gauntlet, you might think that this movie will take place on lots of locations other than Earth. Well, wait until you read what Wood had to say, which will totally blow away all of your expectations!

No, wait, sorry, it's actually exactly what you'd expect:

Any time you turn that page on this script, you're kind of staggered, blown away, terrified by what's in front of you. I think rather like Doctor Strange, you'll find this film, it's not regurgatative [sic], yeah? What I'm trying to say, is, there are many, many, many new worlds to see in this film.

Avengers: Infinity War is filming now, and will be released on May 4, 2018, by which point it will seem kind of redundant after President Donald Trump has seized the real-life Infinity Gems and attempted to conquer the universe in order to please his mistress, Lady Death, only to be defeated by his own ego, which also controls his Twitter account.

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