That comes courtesy of another toy reveal, shared by a fan account on Instagram. But it's good to see another element of the Civil War comic coming to the big screen. This would traditionally give time for a grand global tour of red carpet premieres to promote the movie.
Marvel Studios made the moved-up release date announcement on Thursday with a series of tweets featuring Robert Downey Jr.as Tony Stark/Iron Man. As it stands, the other major releases on April 27 are the Amy Schumer comedy I Feel Pretty, the Paula Patton thriller Traffik, and the Daniel Craig/Halle Berry crime drama Kings, none of which should provide any problems for the Marvel juggernaut.
ER also reports that the previous Marvel Studios mystery movie on August 7, 2020 has moved up one week to July 31, 2020. There's no real competition on April 27th, and now Disney has an extra week for their tentpole to dominate at the box office before releasing another tentpole with Solo: A Star Wars Story on May 25th.
The only bad news about this release date is for Warner Bros and its Rampage movie starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
- Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) March 1, 2018 You mean these friends?
With Avengers: Infinity War inching closer to its May release date, a lot of Funko pops, character miniatures and promotional merchandise have been rolled out in the market to create hype among fans.
So, there you have it; Avengers: Infinity War has officially relocated to April 27th for those in North America, which ought to allay any fears of encountering spoilers on the world wide web.