After the events of Avengers: Infinity War, Josh Brolin’s Thanos has become somewhat of a fan favorite. It almost doesn’t even matter that he apparently killed off some of the most beloved characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, almost…
In fact, some argue that what made Thanos such an amazing “villain” is the amount of logic that went into his decision-making down to the bitter end. In his mind, it was truly the only way to “save” everything, you know, even if that did mean obliterating half of the life in the universe with a simple snap of the fingers.
But none of that would have been possible without the Infinity Gauntlet or the Infinity Stones that power it. Not only is that combination super deadly and scary, but it also looks pretty awesome which is why many fans have been trying to recreate it as best as they can. However, one Reddit use,r u/BoltSnapBolt217, was able to 3D print a pretty awesome Infinity Gauntlet for himself that looks pretty much like the real thing. Check it out…
Other fans have joined in on the fun to create original fan-made content of their own. Check out this Instagram post that Josh Brolin shared which basically sums up the entire vibe of Avengers: Infinity War. They will all be sorely missed . . .
In other fan news, there was some really cool fan art made that included a mash-up of Thor Ragnorok director Taika Waititi and Bobba Fett. Yes, you read that right, and it looks absolutely awesome. Although Boba Fett would certainly look cool wearing the Infinity Gauntlet, that’s not what’s happening here. Instead, we get an illustration of what Taika would look like as the infamous bounty hunter, which could be a seed planted for when/if the actor/director decides to take on the mantle in a future live action movie.
— Tom Taylor (@TomTaylorMade) May 28, 2018
A Star Wars comicbook artist by the name of Phil Noto put it together which quite frankly looks pretty awesome. The original actor who played Boba, Temuera Morrison in Attack of the Clones, could potentially step back in to play the role, or Waititi could be an interesting approach seeing as he is also of Maori descent. In any case, the script is currently being worked on by Logan director James Mangold and producer Simon Kinberg.
In any case, fans help keep projects like these alive and well in the real world and show that there’s appreciation for all of the time, energy, and artistry that goes into making these films as great as they are.