‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Used Steven Soderbergh for Inspiration and Shot With A New Kind of IMAX Camera
The Russo Brothers are known for their surprising sources of inspiration when it comes to their Marvel movies.
The filmmaking duo cited Alan J.
Pakula’s classic conspiracy thriller “The Parallax View” when talking about “Captain America: The Winter Solider,” while David Fincher’s “Se7en” was listed as a reference point for “Captain America: Civil War.” So what movies did the brothers look at before “Infinity War”? It turns out a Steven Soderbergh crime classic.“The movies that we looked at [were’Two Days in the Valley’ and ‘Out of Sight,’” Anthony Russo told Collider.
“We always look to movies for an inspiration for the energy that we’re looking for, or a narrative construct that we want to be inspired by, and those two films in particular.”Joe Russo admits that people have misinterpreted their inspiration choices in the past.
For “Infinity War,” for instance, films like “Out of Sight” weren’t used for plot
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