Avengers: Infinity War has certainly influenced our popular culture over the last few months, so much so that the events of the film have found their way into the world of diss-tracks.
The British Youtuber KSI, who is ready to defeat Logan Paul in an upcoming amateur boxing match, recently released a new video clip that his American counterpart is making. The video, for a song called "On Point", sees KSI gaining the upper hand on Paul in different ways – culminating in setting up the Infinity Gauntlet and making Paul "into dust".
There is of course a little extra irony in that image, apart from the fact that it is a topical way to refer to the coming fight. In real life, Paul is dating Agents of SHIELD star Chloe Bennet, and he is a protagonist in the recent Marvel Cinematic Universe drama series Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
Although it is safe to assume that the struggle of KSI and Logan Paul does not end so tragically, Marvel fans are still doubting the different people's deaths in Infinity War, which were determined in a very special way.
"In terms of our choices about who Thanos would ultimately eradicate with his snap, you know it was very story-oriented," Anthony Russo said in a statement Infinity War special property. "How to handle the storyline of each individual character the deepest The first person to go is Bucky Barnes, and it's shot from the perspective of Captain America, you know we're looking at how Cap goes through the experience to see him leave. Looking at Okoye, who is the greatest mission in life, is to protect the king. She watches the king go before her, to see those characters react in those situations is very powerful and resonates. "
So, "The Snappening" is undone Avengers 4? Apparently the answer is not so cut and dry.
"[[[[Avengers 4]does not do what you think it does, "said co-author Christopher Markus earlier this year in an interview." It's a different movie than you think it is … Also …[the deaths are] for real. I just want to tell you that it is real, and the sooner you accept it, the sooner you can move to the next stage of grief. & # 39;
"In this way," added Stephen McFeely. "I think[[[[Infinity War]is a fairly mature film for a blockbuster. It has a lot of fun in it, but boy, it is becoming very mature. The second is also mature. We are going to have these choices, and hopefully surprise and surprise you and get you invested. It is from the same studio, the same filmmaking team. They are simultaneously written, recorded simultaneously. They are clearly connected, but they are certainly two different films, one of which depends on what happened before. "
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Avengers: Infinity War is now available on digital platforms, DVD and Blu-ray. Ant-Man and the Wasp is now in the cinemas. Other upcoming films from Marvel Cinematic Universe include Captain Marvel on March 8, 2019; the fourth Avengers film on May 3, 2019; and Spider-Man: Far from home on July 5, 2019.