Simply put, it did.
Another benefit was the promotion for the movie before it came out.
The acting throughout the movie is profound. Compared to MCU films of the past, at least in my opinion, family and loved ones seem to be the motivation of nearly every character. The film is playing in theaters in everywhere.
"Infinity War" takes on the importance of making sacrifices for the greater good.
No matter what happens in Avengers 4 and to what extent Thanos' damage is undone, each death in Avengers: Infinity War was emotionally trying for its own reasons, especially for the characters left behind. It broke box office history by grossing the highest revenue for both opening day and opening weekend.
It was exciting to see the different characters in the same movie interacting and fighting together.
The entire nation of Wakanda has lost its king-or someone even more personally important, depending on the character we're talking about.
The fight scenes are classy and un-forced.
When I recently re-watched Iron Man (directed by Jon Favreau), it was impossible not to reflect on the worldbeating franchise that had sprung from it.
The movie was undoubtedly the culmination of the 10-year saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) which gave away a message to the fans that things would not be the same again. And that is exactly what is given. Additionally, Markus has a message for MCU fans.
Well, a new rumor from CosmicBookNews suggests that they 100% know that the title of the movie is Avengers: Endgame. With the news of an engagement and a reunion of almost-lovers, these characters have become much more than super heros to viewers.
"Infinity War" ends with Thanos acquiring all six Infinity Stones and snapping his fingers - wiping out half the galaxy's population in a matter of moments.