Avengers: Infinity War Behind-The-Scenes Featurette Reveals New Footage

All in the family.

Infinity War Star-Lord
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Marvel aren't just hyping up Avengers: Infinity War as their next team-up movie, but a celebration of 10 years of the MCU. And after a number of trailers and TV spots, we've now got a behind-the-scenes featurette that puts the focus on the 'family' at the heart of it.

The clip, which you can check out below, is a great insight for Marvel fans into just how much fun they were all clearly having on set, from the burgeoning bromance between Robert Downey Jr. and Benedict Cumberbatch to Mark Ruffalo's sheer adoration for the former, along with Danai Gurira talking about working with Elisabeth Olsen and Scarlett Johansson and two of the Marvel Chrises bonding/flirting.

It's all very nice, but what about the movie itself? The BTS look does bring with it some new, intriguing glimpses of footage that help flesh out scenes we've already had glimpses of: we see Tony Stark is in the same scene where Peter Parker and Doctor Strange have their humorous exchange, likely waiting for a portal to be opened, and see Star-Lord flipping the bird (albeit it's been digitally removed) at Strange as he opens up portals for him to jump between on Titan. There's also a new shot of Scarlet Witch, a couple more looks at the big Wakanda battle, and - although not from the movie - RDJ wearing Doctor Strange's cloak, which would be good fun to actually see happen.

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