Josh Brolin Is Looking Forward To Wrecking Havoc As His Character Thanos Will Face The ‘Avengers’
Josh Brolin is undoubtedly the most powerful being in the Marvel Universe and also the superior of all super villains. After all he is playing the mad titan Thanos who has already instilled anxiety in fans minds as to what will he do when he finally attacks Earth in “Avengers: Infinity War- Part I” in 2018. Josh Brolin himself was kind enough to share his thoughts about playing the character.
According to MTV News, Josh Brolin, in a press day for his new movie “Everest,” was asked about when will he be making an appearance in a full fledged role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Until now Josh’s character Thanos has only been seen in cameo roles in “Avengers,” “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and has usually sent others to retrieve the Infinity Stones for him. The actor did not really know for sure as to which movie has been planned as his official entry in the “Avengers” film, but he certainly is aware of what Marvel has been doing. He also directed the question at Kevin Feige who is the one exactly knows when exactly will Thanos make a full fledged debut.
Loyal Marvel fans have also been in full support of the character and waiting for him to wreck havoc on the “Avengers,” which further makes Josh happy and makes him respect them even more. Since he is playing the mad titan, he stated that he himself does not have a favorite in the “Avengers” team and only looks forward to creating trouble for them.
Comicbook.com also reported that its indeed die-hard fans reaction, which he thinks is the best part of playing Thanos. So far, he has been voicing the character as his megalomaniac alter ego can only be seen sitting on a chair and asking people to do things for him. It was only in the mid credits scene of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” that Thanos realizes that he himself will have to get the job done. “Avengers: Infinity War” will be released on May 4, 2018.
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