While it's surprising that Chadwick Boseman's T'Challa wasn't given a poster of his own - his solo movie just eclipsed the first Avengers film's America box office to become the biggest superhero movie ever - perhaps these posters hint at which characters' arcs will be the most resonant in the movie.
The one color missing is the orange hue of the elusive Soul Stone, which has yet to surface in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The most recent trailer for Infinity War has already shown us that Peter Quill won't take any of Tony Stark's crap when they get to work formulating a plan to take Thanos down, so now it's a matter of waiting to see if they can get over their rivalry when the battle kicks into high-gear.
The most prominently featured Avengers in the posters may be a clue to their corresponding roles in the film with Iron Man and Doctor Strange, Black Widow and Black Panther, Captain America and Winter Soldier, Scarlett Witch and Vision, and Thor and Star-Lord all getting the biggest coverage in these latest posters. So dubbing for "Avengers: Infinity War" was thrilling.
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Even Bikram Duggal, Executive Director and Head, Studio Entertainment, Disney India, is quite excited about having Rana as a part of the project. "Infinity War" is slated to be released in India on April 27. "The Avengers and their super hero allies must willing to sacrifice it all in an attempt to defeat the power of Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe".
The studio had adopted a similar strategy for "The Jungle Book" (2016), signing on a roster of A-listers including Priyanka Chopra, Irrfan, Nana Patekar, Om Puri and Shefali Shah, to bring to life the famous characters in the Hindi version of the live-action film based on Rudyard Kipling's famous book.