Avengers: Infinity War Set Visit descriptions have been released by news outlets to the public, and the new information we have bring some brand new and interesting details to light about the film, including an exciting and humorous scene description that takes place on Wakanda.
Featured heavily in recent promotional material, the Battle of Wakanda is looking to be a big set piece and a pivotal scene in Avengers: Infinity War, with just about every character you can think of having a role to play in the battle. This was confirmed by a set visit report from io9, with the Wakanda set having characters such as Captain America, Rhodie, Black Widow, Bruce Banner, Falcon, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Black Panther, Bucky, and more. The following scene description is taken from i09, which depicts a team of Avengers arriving in Wakanda and informing King T’Challa, The Black Panther, of the situation and Thanos’ impending arrival, as well as a reunion between Steve and Bucky:
“How big an assault?” T’Challa asks after the initial greeting.
“Quite an assault, sir,” Cap replies.
“Well, I have my King’s Guard. The Dora Milaje—” T’Challa says, but is interrupted off-screen.“And a semi-stable 100-year-old man,” adds Bucky.
Bucky (Sebastian Stan) and Steve Rogers reunite with a hug. “How you doing, Buck?” Cap asks.
“Not bad. So… little green men?”
“Not little. Not green,” says Widow.
Falcon expresses some doubts about Bucky’s mental state. “I just want to make sure you aren’t going to snap when someone says ‘baloney sandwich,’” he jokes.“Not baloney,” says Bucky.
“Eggplant? Rancho Cucamonga?” Falcon retorts, spouting off a few more improvised words in the process. Then he ends with…“I still hate you.”
The Avengers coming to Wakanda to warn and prepare for Thanos’ impending attack will no doubt lead to some interesting character development for T’Challa, who has only just recently opened up Wakanda and it’s resources to the outside world at the end of Black Panther. This being a worldwide conflict, it’s easy to see why T’Challa sees a need to open up his resources to the Avengers to make a stand against Thanos. Another thing to take from this scene description is the signature Marvel humor, with Falcon and Bucky’s initial interaction being a hilarious callback to the events of Civil War, and to show the film won’t be just high stakes and dread, but some lighthearted moments as well.
The major tone that seems to be given off from these set visits is the desperate need for unity in light of this impending cosmic threat that is Thanos, with heroes coming together last minute to try and make a stand together. It will be interesting to see what comes from new set visit reports with new scene description and surprising details, so keep an eye on the SuperBroMovies Twitter Page for more upcoming news and new Avengers: Infinity War details and news. – Ernesto Valenzuela
Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters April 27