Avengers Infinity War: Did you notice this surprise cameo?


The Mad Titan drops Gamora to her death, but not without shedding a tear. Yes, twisted, but well… that’s Thanos. Apparently, the rogue Nazi of Captain America: The First Avenger was not destroyed by the Space Stone (called the Tesseract in the film and The Avengers), but apparently transported to a desolate planet called Vormir. Before reading this article, I suggest you watch the movie. The Soul Stone was at Vormir, under the keeping of none other than the Red Skull. Related News
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Updated: April 28, 2018 8:06:11 pm

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War released on April 27. We knew the location of every Infinity Stone before watching the movie except the Soul Stone. Thanos reaches the planet with Gamora. He loves the balance in everything, including the universe. But it was actually Ross Marquand who donned the role. It is a unique film that was planned more than 10 years ago, and which brings together a variety of superheroes from all corners of the Marvel Cinematic Universe into one film. In Infinity War, we finally got the answer. Did you notice that? For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd So she is the only person who he loved. Marquand is somebody you may recognise as Aaron from The Walking Dead.