Can We Talk About Spider-Man in Avengers: Infinity War?

 
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By now, it has been a whole weekend since Avengers: Infinity War hit cinemas all across the United States. In it's weekend long run, Infinity War has made $257.7 million. The blockbuster is the culmination of 10 years of Marvel films coming to this one event where we see all our favorite heroes in one film. 

** SPOILER ALERT **

If you have seen the film by now, you know that half of the heroes in the film were killed by Thanos with the snap of his fingers. One of the more heartbreaking scenes in the film was an exchange between Tony (Ironman) and Peter (Spider-Man) when Peter begins to fade away. He begins to fall to dust and he grabs on to Tony crying, "I don't wanna go, I don't wanna go". Sitting in the theater, the room was silent. After we watched Loki, Bucky, Groot, and more fade away it was Tom Hollands performance that had our eyes watery and asking if this was really happening. A lot of questions go unanswered when the film ends as the last line from our heroes comes from Steve Rogers as he falls to the ground saying "oh god". While superhero films are marketed as a fun and action packed time, there are moments when we get a little bit more and this death was certainly one of them. Now, back to reality. Tom Holland is scheduled to film a sequel to Spider-Man Homecoming in 2019 which means his death won't be permanent in the MCU. As an actor though, Holland should be proud of an incredible performance for the limited screen time he had, not including action scenes which he is in a lot with the help of some CGI. 

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