Avengers: Endgame, without a doubt, is the movie of the decade and Marvel is keeping everything under wraps so that this does not lose out on becoming the highest grossing movie of all time. But they are going on with the promotions right now and during that, the first official look at the Mad-Titan from the movie was revealed in his armor on the cover of Empire Magazine. Josh Brolin who has portrays Thanos also shared the poster on his Instagram account in which he has challenged Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
As soon as Brolin dropped the post on his account, a lot of people started making memes and pictures of Josh Brolin’s Thanos up against Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam. Well, I don’t think Luke Hobbs is going to have any chance against the ruler of the universe. Brolin in his post wrote,
“Eat your heart out The Rock. I’m coming for you next, little guy. #feelgreatlookgreat.”
In response of which, The Rock wrote,
“Bring it on RoboCop! I’m shoving all 6 stones right up your ass…and another one just for good measure. #lucky7 Love always, Hobbs.”
Here’s the post, Brolin shared:
Well, we all were waiting to see Thanos in his full-armored look because we all know that the clash is going to be pretty gigantic and it looks impeccable. Joe Russo earlier talked about Thanos’ journey in the MCU and said,
“It’s interesting because as Thanos moves forward in the film from this moment, once he disposes of his armor, he almost becomes a holy warrior where he doesn’t spend a lot of energy intentionally trying to murder people unless they’re in some way a threat to his agenda. But almost no one ends up being a threat to the agenda except for Tony, who I think feels he has this sort of existential connection to Thanos. It’s the one moment where he is active…since brutally murdering Loki for disobedience, where he actively is going to murder someone for standing in his way. Of course, he sacrifices Gamora, but that is to obtain the Soul Stone.”
Currently, Captain Marvel is breaking a lot of records in theaters. With Avengers: Endgame setting-up the stage for its grand incoming in theaters on April 26.