Warning: There are possibility that the contents below have spoilers The Avengers Infinity War since it based on unreleased trailer of The Avengers Infinity War shown at San Diego Comic-Con and D23. Read ahead at your own risk!
The first trailer of The Avengers Infinity War has taken the world by storm even not many Marvel fans have even seen it yet. The long-awaited preview seems to raise the stakes higher than ever, and its opening with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) floating through space has led many to theorize that it could potentially suggest a tragic ending for Thor Ragnarok. That doubt has been answered by Thor Ragnarok’s director, Taika Waititi, at San Diego Comic-Con to, and the answer is reassuring us that it’s not a spoiler and it’s a footage for the “other” Marvel movie.
For now, we know that Thor Odinson floating in space has nothing to do with the tragic ending of Thor Ragnarok. It only means Thor will find himself in trouble again after the events of Ragnarok. It’s no secret that he is always out running around in different corners of the universe, so Infinity War may simply open with him in another tight spot. Moreover, even Thor Ragnarok will be set in outer space, having The God of Thunder floating in space does not inherently guarantee that is going to come in the Thor-based film.
Briefly about the trailer of The Avengers Infinity War for those of you who have not seen yet, it opens with the Guardians of the Galaxy on their typically zany mission through the unknown regions of space. Upon their arrival in a mysterious corner of the cosmos, the Milano is suddenly struck by The God of Thunder as he literally crashes into their windshield like flying insects on a highway. Once they get the introductions out of the way, Thor brings the Guardians to Earth, where he instantly senses that something is wrong. From there, the entire teaser trailer for the upcoming Avengers epic becomes a phenomenal montage of superhero action, with Thanos (Josh Brolin) definitively proving that he is the biggest and worst villain that the universe has ever seen.