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“Humans… they are not the cowering wretches we were promised. They stand. They are unruly and therefore cannot be ruled. To challenge them, is to court death.”

Those words delivered by The Other (Alexis Denisof) in The Avengers preceded the first shot of Thanos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans immediately assigned a capital “D” to the word “death” because it is the basis of Thanos’ comic book motivation in which he killed again and again to impress and hopefully hook up with the living manifestation of death.

Looks like we should have been using a lower case “d” all along, as Thanos (Josh Brolin) will have a different motive in Avengers: Infinity War.

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige explains Thanos’ cinematic motives in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly.

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