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Now, Entertainment Weekly is giving the upcoming film its multiple-cover treatment. The latest rollout features 22 heroes and one main villain, Thanos, over a spread of 15 covers (although the film will have at least 70 characters in it).
The honor of having a standalone cover goes to Doctor Strange, The Hulk, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Widow, while the others serve epic combinations like The Vision and Shuri, Gamora and Falcon, War Machine and Drax, Mantis and Bucky (FKA Winter Soldier and now known as White Wolf.), Nebula and Scarlet Witch, Groot, Rocket Racoon and Thor, and Star-Lord and Okoye.
But as fans look in awe of the covers, Infinity War's screenwriter Stephen McFeely confirmed that characters will die in Avengers: Infinity War.
"It’s safe to say we will say farewell to people," he said to EW.
Even Robert Downey Jr. AKA Iron Man is cautioning fans to get their feels in order. "Believe me, I’m tired of every movie, you know, 'It’s the end! It’s Armageddon! It’s the Be All, End All, Forever!' And then it’s...not. This one actually is," he said in an EW interview. "They’re not kidding. This is a heads-will-roll scenario."
As EW notes, Marvel announced at least 10 more films, including Ant-Man and The Wasp and Captain Marvel, and more. But the contracts for Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth (Thor), and Chris Evans (Captain America) expire in 2019.
EW also dropped some exclusive looks at the upcoming film, which includes Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Bruce Banner, and Wong looking ready for battle, Thanos getting ready to rip a moon out of orbit and haul it at somebody, Shuri looking toward Bruce Banner like he just gave a suggestion of a Wakandan schoolkid, and Spider-Man hanging off a school bus, among others.
Check it all out above.