Vision and Doctor Strange Actors Talk About Their Possible Deaths In Avengers: Infinity War

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It won't be easy fighting against the Mad Titan Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War and Joe and Anthony Russo haven't been pretty open about the strong likelihood of character death in their two-part Avengers movie.

Now, as Infinity War draws closer to its premiere date, the cast of the highly anticipated superhero smackdown movie decided to address the possibility of the character's deaths with MTV at a premiere event for the movie.

"This is a very morbid question," said Vision actor Paul Bettany. "How would I like to die? A long time from now. Very far into the future."


There's been a lot of concern over Vision's fate. Everyone already knows that Thanos is after the Mind Stone on the sentient Android's forehead, and it's more than likely that it might spell the end for Vision and his burgeoning romance with Scarlett Witch (Elizabeth Olsen).

Benedict Cumberbatch also isn't quite certain that Doctor Strange might make it out of the film alive. While Doctor Strange is the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Sorcerer Supreme, the character does have the Time Stone around his neck, making him a direct target of Thanos and the Black Order.

"It'll be interesting. There's lots of threats coming his way," Cumberbatch told the news outlet. "He holds the Time Stone around his neck for a part of this film, and we know someone's coming to get them for a big glove. Well, you have. You've seen him in Thor: Ragnarok and you know he's in this one. That doesn't mean you'll see any more of him, so you'll have to wait and see."

Marvel might not be quite fond of killing off their heroes in the MCU, but Thanos' is going to wreck havoc on the planet in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4.

Avengers: Infinity War premieres April 27.

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