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Infinity War Deaths

Infinity War Deaths

Avengers: Infinity War costar Don Cheadle was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, and he addressed the GMA interview before the film's release, where fellow costar Mark Ruffalo basically spoiled the end of the movie.

Thanks to the mass casualty list as a result of Infinity War, fans will certainly be expecting to see way more of the two once Avengers 4 rolls around.

The interview in question was with Good Morning America, prior to Avengers: Infinity War hitting theaters last April. And then Avengers: Infinity War came and killed half of all life in the Marvel Universe with the snap of Thanos's fingers. Ruffalo's shift from "half" to "everybody" was meant as some kind of "I'm just kidding cover", but Cheadle's expression told the story, and Ruffalo's place among the most prominent Marvel spoilers - including Chris Pratt and Tom Holland - was secure. "You can't go on the run without it affecting you emotionally, so I think all of those characters, but specifically the ones who survived Infinity War, Cap and Natasha, you will see them with a much harder edge". I was like "I wouldn't say. a lot, ' you know?"

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If even the lower end of that estimate holds true, it would put it beyond Week 1 when the Ravens and Bills play each other. That's especially the case when talking about a potential quarterback switch for the Baltimore Ravens' Week 1 opponent.

"Wait until you see this next one, half - everybody dies", he said, prompting Don Cheadle to lose it more than a little bit.

According to Cheadle, there wasn't any real fallout after Ruffalo made the slip, but jokingly said Ruffalo won't be able to do press for any future movie, Marvel or otherwise.

The House of Lies actor rewatched the interview he and co-star Mark Ruffalo gave during the press junket for Avengers: Infinity War.

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