Dave Bautista Says Marvel May Need CGI To Get Large Infinity War Cast On Screen Together Due To Scheduling "Nightmare"

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Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War movie, which is currently filming, is going to feature a lot of characters from Marvel's cinematic universe. So many, in fact, that it may be impossible to get them all in the same place at the same time.

Pro wrestler Dave Bautista, who plays Drax in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, was interviewed by Collider this week, and he shed some light on who will be in the film, at least as far as he can tell:

I don't think anybody who is a current character is not going to be in Infinity War. [laughs] That's just my opinion. I haven't gotten confirmation on who all is going to be in the film, but I think that they're really going to go all-out on this.

Bautista says that scheduling so many busy actors is a "logistical nightmare," and that it may even be impossible. Instead, Marvel may need to rely on CGI to mix actors together:

I think they're going to have to because to bring in that many people who are just so busy, it's got to be a logistics nightmare. So when they say that there's something that's delayed, I don't even ask because I totally get it. I can totally just empathize with them. I can't imagine that this is an easy task.

Of course, these are just Dave Bautista's opinions, and as such should be taken with a grain of salt – he was, after all, only the fourth best wrestler to come out of Evolution.

 

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