The Thanos Did Nothing Wrong subreddit is preparing to randomly ban half of its users on Monday, July 9th and the Russo Brothers have given the trending page the video that they have been asking for.
As of this writing, the subreddit is now at 391,000 subscribers, which would mean 195,500 Reddit users will be instantly banned with the click of a button.
Fortunately, those who do receive (and adhere to) the ban can visit either r/SouldWorld or r/InTheSoulStone with others who are also lucky enough to be saved, riffing on the theory that the casualties of Thanos' snap in Infinity War aren't dead per se, but doomed to languish inside the Soul Stone itself.
Now after nearly two months of the film's release, Marvel Studios has rolled out some great new Avengers: Infinity War concept art showcasing how some of the key scenes of the film were initially visualized.
Joe Russo took to the forum Sunday afternoon to post a video of Brolin laying down shirtless delivering the snap that would wipe out half the followers. "But because the movie is so big and so propulsive, it just wasn't quite pushing us where we needed to go", said Anthony Russo, co-director of the film, on the scene with the Guardians.
If you want to participate, it might do you well to post one yourself.
The video and Reddit moderator's comment are, of course, referring to Avengers: Infinity War's heartbreaking ending. The Infinity War tribute page is now trending and gaining even more attention than it ever though it was going to. Jim Starlin, the dude who created Thanos, spoke to Collider during Comic-Con in Las Vegas and revealed about the possibility of an extra 30 minutes of footage that will be packed for the home video version of the film. They are looking into bots to make the mass-banning possible.
Perfectly balanced, as all things should be. Now, one half of the duo, Joe Russo has uploaded a special message from the Mad Titan himself, Thanos - well, the actor that plays him, at least, Josh Brolin.