Marvel films have been coming out more and more frequently
ever since Iron Man kickstarted everything back in 2008. In 2017, we were
treated to films starring the Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-man and Thor. The
year before that, Captain America (and company) and Doctor Strange. But this
year promises to be the biggest and best yet.
And Infinity War is set to be the most revolutionary Marvel
film since Tony Stark’s Iron Man publicly declared himself a superhero 10 years ago. A decade of sheer cinematic gold
has been leading to the third Avengers film – a movie which is expected to see
many characters move on, even more change and the entire universe revamped as a
consequence of what happens within its two hour 36 minute run time.
Marvel chiefs have been particularly coy when it comes to
April 2018’s blockbuster release. And
that’s a good thing, as it leaves so much to the imagination. Who will die? Who
will leave? Who will bring down Thanos? All answers will be kept under wraps and
that means painting a picture of the MCU post-Infinity War is a tricky thing to
Thankfully, though, some individuals are more happy to talk
about the future than others. And what they’ve decided to disclose suggests
some big things are in line to happen further down the line…
Sport and Film. I love them both.
And I'm extremely lucky to write about two of my biggest passions in life.
Most of the time, I'm at the Daily Express newspaper writing about football, tennis and F1.
But, when I'm out of there, I let my imagination run wild and pen down my thoughts on the film series' I love.
WhatCulture gives me the chance to write about the movie industry - an industry I really care about.
And for that, I'm extremely grateful. And hope you, if you're reading this, enjoy what I think about stuff.