Avengers: Infinity War is currently in production, and fortunately for us, #Marvel has not kept us in the dark as it usually happens with other superhero-related projects. Throughout the year, they've released several snippets from the film, including a set picture, different logos, casting announcements, and most notably, a behind the scenes look at the event.
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Now, we are fortunate enough to get yet another peek at the film. There's a Twitter account by the handle of @Russo_Brothers that's in a very curious situation. It isn't verified, but when #CaptainAmericaCivilWar was in production, several images - which we eventually learned were from the film - were posted. And recently, they shared this interesting picture:
In case you're wondering just what the hell you're looking at, that's incredibly similar to the Infinity Gauntlet's containment unit, which we briefly saw during the mid-credits scene of #AvengersAgeofUltron:
At first glance, it seems kind of obvious we would be seeing that unit again in #AvengersInfinityWar. However, we already saw Thanos take the Infinity Gauntlet from there. So does that mean that's his new base of operations? We don't have much to go on without getting too much into heavy speculative territory, but it seems likely.
Now, as I mentioned above, this Twitter account is not a random one. Back in 2015, when Civil War was in production, several teasers related to the project were released. For example, Peter Parker's goggles from his old suit, prior to Tony Stark's upgrades...
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As well as Bucky Barnes' chair from his containment unit, which we saw at the very beginning of the film:
What's even more interesting is that these pictures are not posted to the Russo's official Facebook page. However, now that we know that the account is giving us clues to Infinity War, we should keep an eye on it to see what else we can make out.
Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters on May 4, 2018.
Why do you think Thanos is back in the Infinity Gauntlet's original location? Let me know in the comments!