Avengers: Infinity War ending explained (SPOILERS)

Avengers: Infinity War ending explained (SPOILERS)

Avengers: Infinity War ending explained (SPOILERS)

The OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition came with a special case, and you can expect something similar in the OnePlus 6 Avengers Infinity War Edition. Nuggets of information leading up to this ultimate confrontation, between our collective good guys and this one all-powerful dude, has been featured in Marvel films since then.

During Avengers: Infinity War, fans cheered when any superhero popped up on the screen, and stayed past the credits, soaking in the names of the men and women who created the CGI and effects that make this such a thunderous, action-filled, eye-popping delight. This being the third Avengers film - subtitled "Infinity War" - it is the culmination of the two previous Avengers films and crossovers from "Spider-Man", "Hulk", "Thor", "Captain America", "Iron Man", "Black Panther", "Doctor Strange", - among others - and now "Guardians of the Galaxy". A lot of fans have been waiting to see this final battle after many hints from the original Avengers films and more details filled in through later films in the series that included Thanos and the stones.

Over the next two and a half hours, the Marvel All-Stars try to save the heavens as the brutal Thanos and his equally ugly minions seek the last of the powerful Infinity stones.

I won't go into what that story is, because if you're not already at least a little familiar with the Marvel universe, you need to know you're likely going to struggle with Infinity War. "Infinity War" is a compilation of geek climaxes that never takes its time to settle on what a character is doing. But it all seems to make sense given the date as well as the popularity of the Guardians. There's just no way that many characters will stay dead when so many of them are key to the future of the MCU.

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The Carol Danvers version, who will be portrayed by Brie Larsen in the "Captain Marvel" film next year, is an Air Force pilot whose DNA is combined with that of an alien, giving her superhuman powers including super strength and flying. But we're far more interested in the "so far" part anyway.

All-in-all, I had fun with "Infinity War". Marvel has done an excellent job of fooling us with fake scenes and misdirection in trailers, but it's starting to feel a bit unnecessary and forced.

However, despite the awesome team-ups and the nefarious, California raisin-looking Thanos, the leading topic of conversation when talking about "Infinity War" is and will be its ending.

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