Here is what we thought of Marvel Studios’ Infinity War trailer. What did you think?
My over-simplified, overall reaction:
Another Marvel Cinematic Universe movie is tearing up the Box Office, and of course it has some end credits sequences. Two this time, which seems to be the minimum these days. Let’s get into what they were and what they meant!
SPOILERS for Thor: Ragnarok obviously follow.
This will contain SPOILERS for Spider-Man: Homecoming. You have been warned.
We get two end credits scenes at the end of the Sony/Disney joint venture super-hero adventure featuring the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.
What did they mean?
Baby Driver is the latest film from Writer/Director Edgar Wright, who you may know from the excellent trilogy of Simon Pegg & Nick Frost buddy films dubbed the “Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy”. Those films were Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End. You may also know Mr. Wright from the Videogame-inspired Comic Book adaptation Scott Pilgrim vs the World.
If you don’t know him from those films, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD STOP READING THIS AND GO WATCH THEM.
Guardians of the Galaxy had 5(!) end credits stingers. That’s a new record for a Marvel movie, and it also may have left you a little confused. Let’s go through them quickly, shall we? This contains SPOILERS for the movie, obviously.
As a follow-up to the smash hit The LEGO Movie, the LEGO Batman movie deftly balances comedy and action with a deeper, more emotional story about the nature of family and dealing with loneliness.
Tom Brady, get rid of the face underwear. I just could not get it out of my head.
I’m back with a new format. Oooh. Computer-y. This scenario pretty much happens to me every damn day.