Warning: Spoiler for "Avengers: Infinity War" below!
"Deadpool 2" and "Solo" may be new to the cinema, but people still can not stop talking about "Avengers: Infinity War". which came out on April 27th.
Some Marvel fans were angry at the way Chris Pratt's character, Star Lord, was able to reinforce his feelings at a critical moment during the fight against the villain Thanos.
During a crucial scene, Iron Man, Dr. Strange, Spider-Man, and the Thanos Galaxy guards in trance as they try to wrestle his infinity glove away from them. The Infinity Glove, if decorated with all six infinity stones, would essentially make Thanos a god.
Just as they almost have it, Star Lord learns that Gamora, the woman he loves, was killed by Thanos. In a rage, Star Lord begins beating Thanos, freeing the villain from his trance and allowing him to retake the glove.
Some fans have given Star Lord a hard time on social media.
Ouch. But Pratt does not think it's fair to blame Star Lord – and not the directors of the movie either – and he has answered the fans about his character's emotional outburst.
"The guy saw his mother die, watched his father figure die in his arms, was forced to kill his own biological father, and has now suffered the loss of the love of his life," said Pratt Radio Times.
"And I blame Thanos, OK, God, why is he not to blame? Of course, I'm very sensitive," laughed Pratt.
Marvel and Disney certainly will not blame Star Lord, as "Infinity War" is currently holding an amazing $ 1.92 billion worldwide box office.