Warning! "Avengers: Infinity War" spoiler!
There was an "Infinity War" death, so shocking that a Marvel manager tried to stop it, but when we talk about the end, which was nothing but emotion, that goes into our friendly neighborhood of Hellas' dead Spider- Man
At the end of the new "Avengers" movie, Thanos (Josh Brolin) snaps his fingers disguised with the Infinity Gauntlet and instantly disintegrates many characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe into dust. Spider-Man, however, has an extended final moment that allows Tom Holland to deliver a tearing and mostly improvised death scene.
"I do not feel so good, I do not know what happens," he says after the snapshot of Thanos. "I do not want to go, I do not want to go, Mr. Stark, please," he mumbles, hugging Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) while he melts to nothing.
Why did Spidey get so much time to deliver a heartbreaking monologue? while his compatriots died on the spot?
In an interview with HuffPost, directors Joe and Anthony Russo confirmed the reason: it was because of his spidery sense, his ability to sense danger before it hits.
"That's right, Joe Russo said after asking if Peter Parker's Spidey sense was behind the early warning." He was aware of something. "
Although Spidey's meaning was a major force of character in the Marvel Comics is, he was not anchored in the previous Spider-Man solo film "Spider-Man: Homecoming" It was a big news among the fans, as "Infinity War" showed that Peter Spidey sense in his repertoire in the trailers
It all led to Holland delivering the film's most emotional scene and inspiring memes everywhere:
But the Spidey Sense question was far from the only question I had when watching and watching "Infinity War." Ever since I joined the Russo brothers on the Had phone, I posed a few questions to the directors:  Why is Gamora?
It is the question that everyone asks.
In the "Infinity War", the crew of the Guardians of the Galaxy initially takes the Avengers to work with Thanos and thus have custody of Star Lord's boo, Gamora (Zoe Saldana).
So when Star Lord (Chris Pratt) meets the Avengers, he asks Iron Man, "Where's Gamora?" Iron Man replies, "I'll make you even better: who is Gamora?" Drax (Dave Bautista) follows this with the nonsensical Bu Ernst, "I'll make you a better one: why is Gamora?"
Really, though: Why is Gamora?
When I asked Joe Russo about the line and whether he considered an answer, he became a bit philosophical. "Why do you think Gamora is?" He asked me unfathomably. "I do not know if there's an answer in Drax's twisted brain."
Anthony Russo said, "No, sometimes [you] I wonder, did he make a connection there?"
"Remember, this is a man who thinks he can stand so incredibly quiet that he is invisible," said Joe Russo.
What was the secret behind the phone number of Captain America?
A Gag in "Infinity War" Tony Stark has the number for Captain America (Chris Evans) on a flip phone when needed. The film clearly shows Caps number (678-136-7092) on the screen.
The Marvel films are known for Easter eggs, and this has all the markings of one. But if you're one of the many people who called the number after watching the movie, you know the number does not work and seems random. So, what's the point?
"We were going to create a fake voice mail from Steve Rogers," said Joe Russo. "For the people who left the theater and called this number, they received a mailbox from Steve Rogers."
"And this number was the actual number we would use, we gave that number," said Anthony Russo.
Sadly, the affiliated legal department of the film stopped.
"We had everything ready to go, but we were legally taken away," he added
Can Groot regenerate from the grip of Stormbreaker?
The demise of the first "Guardians of the Galaxy" gave us a new Groot (Vin Diesel) that shows us the tree-like creature can regenerate after quite serious injuries. Since Groot spared some of his body to create the grip of Thor's new Stormbreaker weapon, some people wondered, Can this handle eventually turn into a new Groot?
Joe Russo left it in the air.
"I do not know if every bit of it that's coming off … will make a future version of it grow, but who's going to say that? That's an interesting question."
Was "Dad "Really Groot's last word in the script?
Before Groot disappears when clicking on Thanos Fingers, he drops one out of the last "Groot" to Rocket (Bradley Cooper). James Gunn, director of "Guardians of the Galaxy" said that the last word is "Daddy". Was that word actually in the script?
"It was, and it was, Father," said Anthony Russo.
Why did all clothes disappear?
When the peepholes disappear in the "Infinity War", so do their clothes. But clothes do not die. Clothes are forever until you shrink them in the wash. That's how it works for me. So, what's going on here?
Joe Russo explained that the clothes disappear because they are "part of their identity".
"Whatever was elementary to one's presence went with them," said Anthony Russo blame Star Lord?
The Avengers are planning a plan to remove the Infinity Glove from Thanos's hand by turning him to Mantis (Pom Klementieff) with his empathy / mind control unable. It almost works, but Star Lord ruins everything by slapping Thanos in the face after learning that Gamora is dead.
Thanos leaves Mantis's grip, and the destruction of half the life in the universe follows.
Star-Lord has received much hate since the release of the film. Did he deserve it?
"His mother died of cancer when he was kidnapped by pirates at the age of 10. He was raised by pirates and had to kill his father to avenge his mother's death, his girlfriend he was in love with , was murdered by another corrupt fatherly figure … He made a very emotional decision, "said Joe Russo.
Anthony Russo reiterated that the shock of Gamora's death just leaves Star-Lord's feelings over-tired, adding Thor makes that mistake as well.
"Thor also had his emotions over him, Thor could have killed Thanos faster than he tried with the ax, he appeared and it took him a moment – because of his anger, his motivation – to say Thanos, that he told him that he would die … and finish him off in a very deliberate manner, Thor was lost in his feelings in a similar way to Star Lord and could have been responsible for Thanos. " According to Joe Russo, the mistakes made by the characters are about relatability.
"They make very human choices, and I think that when we learn anything from stories, it is possible to put ourselves in the POV of a human – or the character itself – and understand the decisions that they make," he said he.
Was the movie inspired by "The Leftovers"?
You do not need an ingenious billionaire as a Playboy philanthropist to see the connections between HBO's "The Leftovers" and "Infinity War".
Not Just the Projects Both involve a group of people who are disappearing to an unknown fate, but both also play star actress Carrie Coon, who plays Nora in The Leftovers and Proxima Midnight in Infinity War.
Is there any inspiration?
Joe Russo said Coon was in the project just because "she's one of the best actresses working today." It had nothing to do with a "remnant" connection.
He also said that he believes "The Leftovers" is "in the first place" by Marvel comic author Jim Sta Rlin's "Infinity Gauntlet" story (a source for "Infinity War").
"It's just a cyclic loop there, but we're just pulling from the original source material," Joe Russo said.
Has Drax really disappeared or is he just standing still?
Drax disappeared along with half the other heroes The end of the movie, but as the directors mentioned, he believes he has the ability to stand so still that he becomes invisible.
Did he really disappear ? Or was he just really?
"That's a spoiler," joked Joe Russo.
"That's decided," said Anthony Russo, laughing. "Everything we know can be found in the film, and everything else can potentially be tackled down the line."
It seems we can see Drax again. Do you know if he ever moves?