With the end of Infinity War and the eventual cliff-hangar leaving all fans perplexed and scouring for a credible answer, the fan base of the comic books is in utter turmoil. No one knows what is going to happen next in Avengers 4. Will the heroes come back? Will the universe end or will it be started afresh? While we keep looking for these answers, one of our fellow fan mates has already found us all yet another question. And it arises from one-minute detail within Infinity War that everybody managed to miss somehow. Presenting – Diehard Marvel fan confirms Thanos’ hair is growing throughout Infinity War
In Infinity War, Thanos the Mad Titan takes on the full might of Earth’s mightiest heroes and stands victorious at the end. All the heroes are either dead or wounded or unable to keep on fighting. But what did Thanos lose from all this? Did the fight take a toll on him? Or was he just plain invincible from the very beginning? If your answer to that question is yes, we are here to prove you wrong. Taking on the Avengers actually affected Thanos and his physiology in a big manner. Don’t believe us? Check the picture out.
The picture was shared by Reddit user OblivionCv3 was the one who pointed out this minute difference in the first and last scene featuring Thanos in all his glory. The pictures from the last scenes show Thanos showing quite a bit of wear and tear as well as hair growth that was not seen in the previous scenes.
What does this mean? We are fully aware that the last scene featuring Thanos could just be his body covered in dirt. But we are more excited about the implications of what happens to the Mad Titan if it is not just dirt but what we expect it to be.
Whether Thanos is starting to get old or he just forgot to shave his head in light of the fact that he was about to go toe to toe with the most powerful force of superheroes that planet has to offer is still up for debate. Thanos has already accomplished his task but we need to see if the ‘effects’ that we are talking about are actually going to affect the story in the latter stages of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Avengers 4.
“People have asked us why Thanos didn’t just use the stones to double the resources in the universe, since clearly he has not,” Joe Russo, co-director of Infinity War, said on the Avengers: Infinity War commentary track.
“No, it’s about free will,” screenwriter Stephen McFeely said. “That doesn’t solve their problem. We’re just gonna get there millions of years from now. And this is an opportunity for people to get it right. And he trusts them.”
Regarding the infamous Thanos snap that literally halved the universe, Anthony Russo had this to say:
“In terms of our choices about who Thanos would end up eradicating with his snap, you know it was very story focused,” Anthony Russo said in a BTS feature video for the movie. “How do we pay off each individual character’s storyline most profoundly? The first person to go is Bucky Barnes, and it’s shot from Captain America’s perspective. You know we’re watching Cap go through the experience of watching him go away. We’re watching Okoye, who’s number one mission in life is to protect the king. She watches the King go in front of her. To see those characters react in those situations is very powerful and resonate.”
Avengers: Infinity War has already witnessed its DVD/Blu-Ray release. The official film synopsis for the movie reads:
Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk and the rest of the Avengers unite to battle their most powerful enemy yet — the evil Thanos. On a mission to collect all six Infinity Stones, Thanos plans to use the artefacts to inflict his twisted will on reality. The fate of the planet and existence itself has never been more uncertain as everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment.
Do I really look like a guy with a plan? You know what I am? I’m a dog chasing cars. I wouldn’t know what to do with one if I caught it! You know, I just… do things