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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ directors reveal why Spiderman took longer to die

SNS | New Delhi |

Probably nobody can forget the heartbreaking death scene of several superheroes in Avengers: Infinity War and we all have to wait for a year to know their fate.

But one of the most noticeable things during the entire scene was one superhero’s tragic death was longer than other superheroes. In simple words one superhero was given more time to say his final words before fading into the dust.

Well, by this time, we all have seen the film and we know who we are all talking about; Spiderman. Before the mad titan Thanos vanished half of the universe with just a snap, Peter Parker was given relatively more screen time than the other superheroes before he can say his final words to his mentor, Iron Man.

The directors of the film Joe and Anthony Russo revealed why Spiderman’s death scene was longer.

According to the directors, Spiderman sensed something is terribly wrong when Thanos snapped his fingers to end half of the world. Courtesy of the Spidey Sense. Spiderman has a superpower called the Spidey Sense, which gives him a heightened awareness of the impending danger.

Confirming this in an interview to the Huffington Post, The Russos said, ”In the beginning of the film he was seen receiving a warning on the school bus because of the spidey sense. That’s correct he was aware of something was wrong.”

Well, we all got pretty emotional when Spiderman uttered his last words to Iron Man and were all left wondering what will happen in the untitled sequel and who will be resurrected from their tragic deaths.

In other news, Avengers: Infinity War has become the fourth highest film of all time by surpassing the lifetime collection of Jurrasic World and is now inching closer to $2-billion mark across the globe.

The film stars an ensemble cast of actors including the likes of Robert Downey Jr, Josh Brolin, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Tom Holland, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Benedict Cumberbatch and Chris Pratt. Avengers: Infinity War was released worldwide on April 27 in 2D and 3D.