There have been a lot of relationships in the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the years but we have to admit it that the most interesting one is the relationship between Thanos and Gamora as we have already seen the emotional side of this relationship in the movie, Avengers: Infinity War. But, a new concept art is making a lot of buzzes right now on the internet as it is showing young Gamora in the hands of Thanos.
It really came as a surprise that Thanos love someone, I mean like seriously because we are talking about a person who simply wants to destroy the whole universe and wants to be the only thing and the greatest entity in the whole universe.
But, what we learned from the movie is that Thanos really loves her daughter Gamora and even Gamora got surprised when Thanos decided to sacrifice her for the soul stone because we all know that Thanos loves Death only and spent his whole life in satisfying her.
But, when Thanos decided in order to sacrifice Gamora for the soul stone we all saw a very different and inferior side of the Mad-Titan as seeing him crying and with all those emotional talks. It’s really beautifully dark to witness arguably the most powerful and evil person in the universe who is on a mission to kill everyone is in tears because he loves his daughter.
We really have to admire the concept behind this. But, we all know that famous scene in the movie in which we saw young Gamora holding the hand of Thanos and it was really beautiful but menacing at the same time.
So, recently a concept art has been revealed on the internet which is looking really interesting and intriguing because of the fact that we are seeing Thanos on his knee and holding young Gamora in his arms with his forces killing all the people of Gamora’s planet (Zen-Whoberi).
The concept art is really amazing and has been created by none other than Bob Cheshire, as he worked as a concept artist in the Marvel Studios epic. The concept art is right below and you can check it now:
Here, have a zoomed in view at the photo:
The scene in which we saw the story of Thanos and young Gamora in the movie is really mesmerizing as we can able to know the relationship between Thanos and Gamora. But, also the flashback scene was really-really fascinating and shows a lot of emotions at one time, with Thanos holding Gamora in his arms while killing all the people of her planet and families. The scene is really one of the best scenes of the MCU.
Also, co-writer of the movie Stephen McFeely revealed during the commentary track of the film that,
“We’ve always had this scene from the very first draft. It changed slightly, but it was always. He destroys her world, and he takes her as an orphan. It was also very important not for him to just grab her, stick her under his arm, and drag her off. It’s an abusive relationship in that way.”
Stephen McFeely wasn’t the only one who has expressed his thoughts on the relationship of Thanos and Gamora as co-writer Christopher Markus has also stated in his comments,
“There’s something he sees in her and there is something she sees in him. He is a protector. Even if he created the danger, he is providing a way forward for her that does speak to her inherent nature.”
Last but not least was the co-director of the movie Joe Russo who has stated his views on the topic of Gamora and Thanos as he has explained the things between them by stating,
“Visually, the scene implies what is about to happen to her,” Joe Russo explained. “He steps her outside of his rule of law, which is one side randomly survives and the other side randomly gets killed. She’s in between the two. It’s, unfortunately, a trajectory she can’t escape because it does ultimately end up in her demise.”
“The power that it took Thanos to click his fingers, he’s so dramatic that if you look closely at the film and the damage of the gauntlet, You look closely at the very last scene, it damages his arm dramatically. And that moment when he clicks his fingers sends him into this ethereal plane inside of the Soul Stone where as part of his quote-unquote hero’s journey in the film, he has one last moment to convey a sense of guilt about what he’s done. It illustrates what a complicated character he is. So, to clarify, it’s a spiritual representation of her and obviously that’s something that the Soul Stone has power to do. But really it’s there to illustrate his pain and his guilt. I wouldn’t read much more into it beyond that.”
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