While the Avengers have yet to face their next test with Ultron, the biggest one of them all is still yet to come in the form of Josh Brolin. Now the actor talks about what to expect with the character and his fears when playing him.
Brolin spoke with Coming Soon on Sunday about the role of Thanos and what the character will mean in the grand scheme of things, specifically with Avengers: Infinity Wars.
"I love the idea of Thanos. Ultimately, it's Thanos against everyone. Why wouldn't you do that?" he said.
"I was more nervous doing that than I've been for a long time. I was more nervous doing that than anything I've done in a long time. I was sitting in front of 32 cameras and my face was sprayed with iridescent paint and all that. It was very, very different, but I like it. It's fun. It's different."
The actor also talked about how he got the role and what he did to prepare for it when he made his debut appearance in Guardians of the Galaxy.
"Thanos came along because of my good friend Louis D'Esposito. He and I used to train together. We did 'Hollow Man' together. He called me up and started talking about this thing," Brolin said,
"It was nice because I could intimately talk to him about it. What I liked. What I didn't like about the whole idea of it... It was really exciting because of the possibilities that it could be come. Not as an idea or as a blockbuster, but just as something different. It's a character mentality."
The site adds that the most likely next appearance for the character could come in Guardians 2, but another possibility is Thor 3, where he could show up to take the infinity stones from a destroyed Asgard.