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Just in time for the end of an era

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the first “Avengers” film, Disney is staging a special event celebrating the milestone with a striptease evening at the 74th Annual Golden Globes. At the event, stars including Chris Pratt, Samuel L. Jackson, Zoe Saldana, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, andFIELD GUIDE: What to See, Where to See, and What to Eat

The event will be livestreamed on Disney’s Facebook and Instagram pages, and on its website (h/t BuzzFeed). THR’s Cecily McMillan recap the evening below:

Mitch Lane (Foster the Witch) hosts the party, and the event is a fascinating look back at how the original “Avengers” movie came to be. Guests can expect to dine on classics like steak frites, shrimp parmesan, cheese plate, and dessert wine.

Game Over

The great thing about “Avengers: Infinity War” is that the first film veered very little in the direction of the future. Both Russo and Tarkovsky even have a ton of respect for the first film’s visual style, which was helmed by co-founding duo J.J. Abrams and (=Robert) guest-starred Paul Giamatti.

“Avengers: Infinity War” follows the movie’s opening section with a presentation that mostly focuses on the opening sequence, which has to do with Thanos creating a massive black hole with an infinity sign. It’s a powerful image, but it frames the film in a very different light than the rest of the film. Instead of being a prophecy about the new age of super heroes, the black hole is a vehicle for Thanos’s dark side.

Off the chain writing!

The first “Avengers” film was written by J.J. Abrams and made use of a very different kind of language when it came to the future. Abrams’ “ Signs ” — which he also wrote and directed — came with a “mutation” that changed the tone of the movie from a prophecy about the new age of super heroes to a coming-of-age story about a young guy’s journey to self-awareness.

“Avengers: Infinity War” employs both of these mutations in its opening sequence. The black hole is replaced by Thanos’s 14-year-old self, and the white sand beach is replaced by his DIY, homemade beach house. Thanos’s dark side is brought to the fore in a big way, and the movie becomes less about how the new age of super heroes will come and more about how it’s the audience’s fault for not seeing it coming.

Stunner of the night

Sync hire Kiersey Foster finds herself stuttering, losing her voice, and becoming hemmed in all over again when it comes to her role as the Kree warrior Ms. Volne in “Avengers: Infinity War.” But it’s not the least bit clichéd or even that stereotypical “Hulk + Ms. Marvel” hybrid.

Foster, who plays Ms. Volne, is actually a little precocious for her role. She explains that she’s actually a little afraid of all the red carpet sex, so she’s been doing her best to stay on the edge of her seat.

But first we had to get ready for a premiere party.

At the end of the day, “Avengers: Infinity War” is a celebration of the new age of super heroes. The film features the return of lesser-known actors like Ronan the Younger, who played in the first “Avengers” and is now discovered by Marvel’sreens, and James D’Arcy, who has yet to make an appearance on the silver screen.

So the first responsibility here is to get ready for the premiere party. This is where the stars get to mingle with their favorite super heroes and throw wild party. The party will take place at the Omni on South Beach, which is also the home of the infamous “Man of Steel” party. Guests are encouraged to wear ruffled shirts and tie high tops, and to bring their own booze.

Unexpected joys and sorrows

The first “Avengers” film was hugely popular both at home and abroad, and many of its stars were left with bitter feelings toward society at large. It might even be said that the new age of super heroes has come and gone, as everyone from Star Wars’ Luke Skywalker to Marvel’s Iron Man have turned their back on the old ways.

In this case, the “Avengers” veterans are seeing a different side of society, and a different time, as well as a different side to their souls. The “Avengers: Infinity War” cast gets teary-eyed at the loss of their heroes, but not the heroes themselves.

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In addition to the fact that “Avengers: Infinity War” is packed with important character moments, it also features some realistic moments of its own. In one scene, the original “Avengers” team — Pietro, Pietra, and T’Challa — stand together as a team in the yard, laughing and reminiscing about how the day went.

“Avengers: Infinity War” also has a great moment when Shuri, the creator of the sequence, and her baby son Shusart turn toward the camera and give a teary, “This is what I do, this is what I do” speech. It’s a wonderful little moment, and it sets the tone for the entire film.

Final Words

“Avengers: Infinity War” is everything and nothing, and it’s likely that you’ll love it more than anything. The film brings back a lot of familiar faces, but it also sets the bar for high-quality storytelling very high. The result is a film that is both optimistic and bleak, that is both exciting and inspiring, and that is all about the power of family.

Avengers: Infinity War is the first venture into the world of super heroics that J.J. Abrams and Paul Giamatti have created. It tells the story of the original “Avengers” team, from their first meeting to their final battle and the events that led up to it. It tells the story of what happens when a group of superpowered individuals break away from their parent super-heroes to form their own team. It tells the story of how those heroes come to realize that their superhero way of life is nothing more than a story they have been tellin’ since before there was ever a super hero. And it ends with this: everyone wins.

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## Just in time for the end of an era

At the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War” film premiere party, the cast and crew of “Avengers: Infinity War” welcomed guests to the stage with a song and dance performance. The event was broadcast on the In Bloom channel, and it can be viewed below: