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Picking Up the Pieces After Infinity War

The ending of Marvel’s latest box office behemoth had a massive impact on the Marvel Universe. Here’s what to expect next.
Hulk, Ant-Man, Thanos, the Wasp, and Hawkeye

SCORE ONE FOR THE BAD GUY. AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR ANNIHILATED the box office record for biggest opening weekend, topping Star Wars: The Force Awakens previous record by nearly $10 million with a $257.7 million domestic debut. On its way to shattering that record, the epic culmination of the Marvel Cinematic Universe also left fans in pieces.

It didn’t end with a cliff-hanger as much as a plunge into the abyss. Now moviegoers have a year before learning what happens next.

In the meantime, we’ll get

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