Bradley Cooper, the voice of Rocket in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and currently in the cinema with A star has been borntogether with Lady Gaga, that has explained snap the snap of Thanos (Josh Brolin) Avengers: Infinity War. Cooper debuted Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) and since then we have seen his character in it Guardians of the Galaxy Part 2 (2017) and the previously mentioned Infinity War (2018).
If you make memory, the first part of the big & # 39; cross-over & # 39; from Marvel, which raised more than $ 2 billion worldwide, ended with Thanos collecting the six gems of the Infinite and causing the disappearance of half the population of the universe with a simple click. Avengers 4 It will not start until 3 May 2019 and we still do not know what Marvel has to offer us. how many characters are eliminated by Titan's -Doctor Strange, Star-Lord, Spider-Man …- they will come back to life.
“I do not know what that says about me”
Thanos & # 39; plan, a massacre for many, was to restore the balance of an overpopulated universe with limited resources. Or so the purple villain claimed. But in statements to BBC 1, Bradley Cooper admitted that he partially understood the character of Josh Brolin. “Yes, it was great, that's why the film works, Thanos is … What a character, the fact that I made you think:” He's right, right? He is right. “And a part of me thinks: “I'm glad he's sitting there in his chair, with the setting sun.” I hate that half of the world that is dead, but there is a part of me that thinks: “It worked!”. I do not know what that says about me “.
Whether you understand it or not, the truth is that Marvel has solved what one of his recurring problems was: the lack of development among the villains. This has been demonstrated, for example, by Thanos himself, The Buzzard (Michael Keaton) Spider-Man: Homecoming and Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) of Black Panther. In anticipation of how Rocket will respond to being completely alone, the studio, led by Kevin Feige, will premiere his next work on 8 March 2019, Captain Marvel, starring Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson (Carol Danvers). Have not you seen the trailer? You've got it!