Although fans only got a tease of Thanos in James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy where he shows up for a total of two scenes, Josh Brolin reveals that he knows of at least one more appearance for the Mad Titan. It seems entivable that the character will make in an impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the question is when and where?
Here the actor reveals what he knows about the future of his character.
"I know what one appearance is going to be for sure. There's one or two that I don't know."
He goes on to discuss how he approached accepting the role, his experience at Comic-Con and how he understood the rivalry between Thanos and Iron Man.
"It's not just like, 'Oh, Marvel's hot right now. Do you want to do a Marvel thing?' Well, no, I don't want to do a Marvel thing, because that can have the opposite impact, and you can actually work less and people go, 'Oh, why'd you get him for that?' I ask, 'Do I see myself as this thing and could I do this thing?' Not that I'm ever 100-percent sure, but we had constructed this small thing, Kevin Feige and I and Robert, and going on-stage at Comic-Con. Then it became something else. Once I got on-stage, it sort of became its own improv. I knew at that point, because I saw the rivalry between Robert [Downey Jr.] and I, and I thought, 'I get this. I suddenly really get it.' So I feel like I'm more inside it than I was. It was more a display to me before that. It was more cosmetic. Now I think I'm starting to get who the guy is a little bit.
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