Though he’s still in the midst of shooting his role of Cable in the “Deadpool” sequel, Josh Brolin has confirmed he’s keen to start filming scenes for the fourth “Avengers” film for Marvel Studios.
Brolin announced the news on his social media account, saying “going back for more more MORE…I want it all” along with posting a photo of the Thanos concept art shown at D23 earlier this month.
Brolin confirms he will reprise the role of Thanos, the giant Infinity Gauntlet-wielding purple alien who serves as the villain in the recently completed “Avengers: Infinity War”. The actor’s new extra-buff physique due to “Deadpool 2” will have no impact on his “Avengers” role as it’s a motion capture performance.
Filming on the fourth “Avengers” is expected to commence in the next few days, how Brolin is juggling this and his “Deadpool 2” schedule is unclear. The fourth film, which doesn’t open until May 2019, is reportedly set to shoot some scenes in Tokyo in the near future.