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First Avengers: Infinity War Shoot Image Shows Thanos Actor Doing Mocap

News Bot Sep 9, 2016

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    While Avengers: Infinity War doesn't start shooting until November, pre-production work is well underway. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo have posted the first image from the set on Facebook, and it reveals actor Josh Brolin in the motion-capture suit he will wear to play the intergalactic tyrant Thanos. Check it out below:
    [​IMG]Earlier this year, Brolin spoke about the decision to film a mo-cap Thanos, as opposed to the CGI version that appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy. "I'm there and I'm not in a booth. I'm being filmed," he told Superherohype. "I have a bunch of crap on my face. I'm being filmed by like thirty-four cameras? Thirty-six cameras? Something like that. Every movement, everything.
    "So, it's very new to me, it's very exciting, it's very unnerving. But I sure trust these guys!"
    Avengers: Infinity War was originally planned as two movies, but a retitling in July has meant that the second film will be something different. Although they are shooting back-to-back, the Russo brothers have stressed that they will not be two parts of the same story.
    "The movies are very, very different from one another," Anthony Russo told IO9. "It's not a part one and part two scenario, necessarily. They're just two different expressions. I think it creates a misconception that we're shooting them at the same time."
    Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters on May 4, 2018, while the untitled fourth Avengers movie follows on May 3, 2019.




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