Notably, Avengers: Infinity War will debut in theaters in Indonesia on April 25, two days ahead of the regular worldwide release date of April 27. Though unconfirmed - and as such, you should take this with a grain of salt - MovieWeb believes that Infinity War's budget was just under $400 million.
Numerous film's supporting cast members have revealed that they hadn't read a full script, though to learn that even the most famous member of the cast hasn't read a full script is confirmation of the lengths directors Joe and Anthony Russo went to in hopes of ensuring the story stays a secret from everyone. Marvel has kept the name of that 2019 release a closely guarded secret - to the point that apparently even members of the Infinity War cast might not know - ever since it was announced that the film would no longer simply be called Infinity War Part II. We've seen a decent amount of footage already and there's no way everyone comes out of this film unscathed. As a thank you to the city, Joe Russo presented film fans with a 20 minute exclusive sneak peak of Infinity War and we sat down with him to find out more. The directors also talked about the logistics of making a movie with so many characters in it. Anthony Russo explains. We also know that Terry Notary is the voice of Cull Obsidian, so the only voice actor still to be revealed is that of Corvus Glaive. Coon then confirmed the report on Twitter, as you can see below. Brolin voiced Thanos in the Avengers: Infinity War.
Infinity War will further introduce audiences to the Black Order, a collection of four unsafe aliens that do Thanos' bidding.
Marvel has so far managed to keep any shocks under lock and key, probably due to the fact that cast members such as Tom Holland and Benedict Cumberbatch found themselves banned from reading the script in an attempt by the studio giant to avoid accidental spoilers. We were going to block them off for a year and it's very hard to get them all together.
Russo was asked about the censorship at a press conference for the film last weekend.
Without question. Any time you can put actors in a real location it's tactile, they can feel it, they can see it, they can smell it.
"I wholeheartedly welcome these other Marvel superheroes into The Avengers team", he said.