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Avengers: Infinity War -- 10 Things We Want From Marvel's New Movie

With Avengers: Infinity War's release just around the corner, we put together a wish list of what we'd like to see in the MCU's biggest film yet.

The release of Avengers: Infinity War is nearly here. The latest--and biggest--Marvel movie arrives in theaters on April 27, and anticipation is at a fever pitch. Who is going to die? Who will defeat Thanos? Does Hawkeye really have a role, or has his absence from pre-release marketing been a sign that he won't show up until 2019's Avengers 4?

Whatever the movie ends up being, we know what we'd like to see from it. In the video above, we've compiled the 10 things that we most want from Infinity War. That includes what we're all but guaranteed to get--scenes with the Avengers all back together (some for the first time) or some idea of what's up with the Soul Stone--and others that are less certain, such as Bucky and Natasha getting together or some presence for Atlantis, which is a big deal in the equivalent comic storyline.

There's certainly a lot of time for directors Joe and Anthony Russo to work with, as Infinity War's runtime is longer than that of any MCU movie to date. Of course, they also have an incredibly large cast of characters to deal with as Marvel attempts to wind down Phase 3 (though we won't get any sense of where Phase 4 is headed until next year). There's also a lot more to the movie than we've been led to believe; while trailers and clips have been primarily set on our planet, only about half of the movie is set on Earth.

If you aren't yet ready to watch Infinity War, you can get set with our MCU recap video. Or, if you'd like to to catch up on all the movies yourself, you can consult our watch order. We've also got some thoughts on who we expect to die.