‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Explained: NEW ‘Ant-Man’ Teaser, Crazy Easter Eggs, Post-Credits Scene + 7 More Key Moments You Probably Missed

576

Just days passed since the huge ’s premiere and ‘Infinity War’ has already set its first record, opening at $250 million. Taking into account how many lines and scenes were there, Nexter.org decided to explain some Easter Eggs and important moments that might have been left unnoticed.

Ant-Man And The Wasp

One of the major questions remains unknown – where the hell Ant-Man and the Wasp were? Even several of the Infinity War actors are questioning where Scott Lang and his new crimefighting partner Hope van Dyne, a.k.a. The Wasp, were during the craziness.

has unveiled the first poster for Ant-Man And The Wasp – ahead of the first full trailer arriving later today (May 1).

We have a Hulk

In the very beginning, Loki attempts to cool Thanos down and confidently says “we have a Hulk.” This is a callback to Iron Man pulling nearly the exact same move on Loki himself back in the first Avengers movie.

marvel-hulk-pics

Source:

Bruce Banner’s alter-ego problem

Bruce Banner spends the entirety of Infinity War completely unable to transform into the Hulk. What’s up, man? Looks like there was no time to create his character and they decided to leave it like that. However, there’s also another explanation.

A lot of hints can be found in Thor: Ragnarok, where we learned that, prior to ending up on the ill fated Asgardian refugee ship, he spent several years on the planet Sakaar unable to turn back into Bruce Banner. It’s also possible that Hulk simply doesn’t want to emerge again after being defeated by Thanos in Infinity War‘s opening scene. The two of them have a lot to work out, and not a lot of time to do it.

Thor-Ragnarok-hulk-photo

Source:

Thanos last scene

Thanos’s final moments in the film show everything happened as he wanted – he is watching the sun rise on a universe grateful for his accomplishments. This moment is actually borrowed and repurposed from the Infinity Gauntlet mini-series where Thanos becomes a humble farmer after having his eyes opened to the truth of his endless quest to woo Mistress Death.

thanos-photo

Source:

God of War Easter Egg

Some smart Reddit users noticed semi-rebooted God of War on PS4 and Thanos have some similarities. Also God of War also released on April 20, only a week before Avengers: Infinity War.

While God of War presents an entirely unique take on Norse myth, it does look like the developers did give a nod through a secret hidden reference. Redditor moxxxxxi noted the Easter egg in a post with instructions for how to unlock the ability to wield a power that looks a lot like Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet. You just have to equip six Talismans that correlate to an Infinity stone.

thanos-marvel-photo

Source:  STUDIOS, SONY SANTA MONICA

Calling Captain

In the final moments of the post-credits scene, we see that Nick Fury has sent a distress signal using what looks suspiciously like a very sci-fi 1990s beeper. The symbol on the screen loads as a gold star across a blue and red background – an icon associated with Carol Danvers, aka Captain , who is set to debut in her very own solo movie come 2019. If you have no idea who are we talking about, read Who Is Captain Marvel? – EXCLUSIVE Info You Need To Know about the Most Powerful Superhero

captain-marvel-photo

Source:

Stan Lee’s cameo

It wouldn’t be a movie without a show-stealing cameo from the legend. This time it takes place early on, when we meet Spider-Man and his classmates on a field trip.

Stan Lee plays a disgruntled bus driver who claims: “What? You kids never seen a spaceship before?”

Source: AFP

Thor’s age

Have you noticed, that this might be the first time we learn Thor’s actual age is 1500 years old?

thor--age-photo

Source:

Arrested Development cameo

Infinity War directors Anthony and Joe Russo launched their career with the popular US sitcom Arrested Development. The show has since gained a loyal following, with one memorable scene showing lovable Tobias Fünke covering himself in blue paint in a bid to join the legendary Blue Man Group.

When the Guardians of the Galaxy head to Knowhere to secure an Infinity Stone ahead of Thanos, the Arrested Development scene is referenced with a life-size model sitting in a glass chamber.

The director pair previously referenced their hit sitcom in Captain America: Civil War where they included the show’s stair car during the airport showdown between Cap and Iron Man.


MORE HOT NEWS

Summary
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Explained: NEW ‘Ant-Man’ Teaser, Crazy Easter Eggs, Post-Credits Scene + 7 More Key Moments You Probably Missed
Article Name
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Explained: NEW ‘Ant-Man’ Teaser, Crazy Easter Eggs, Post-Credits Scene + 7 More Key Moments You Probably Missed
Description
Just days passed since the huge 's premiere and 'Infinity War' has already set its first record, opening at $250 million. Taking into account how many lines and scenes were there, Nexter.org decided to explain some Easter Eggs and important moments that might have been left unnoticed.
Nexter.org
Nexter.org
Nexter.org
/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/logo_nexterbg.jpg

Comments are closed.

More News from Nexter