When the cast of the upcoming film Avengers: Infinity War weren't busy filming what is sure to be one of the biggest superhero movies of the year, they found the time to film (or partially film) a music video. 

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The latest news of the Avenger's attempts at making a music video follows a similiar situation from last year. You might recall a music video that happened with the cast of Guardians Of The Galaxy, who released a video called “Guardians' Inferno” late last year.

Hoping to garner somewhat similar results to their heroic counterpart's video, the Infinity War cast unfortunately didn't meet the mark. Their music video ended with results that maybe weren't so great—that is, according to Anthony Mackie. Meeting with Digital Spy, Mackie (Sam Wilson/Falcon) told the site that their attempts didn't go exactly as planned. 

“We had this idea of making a music video, of this song,” Mackie told Digital Spy. “And we shot half of it, and then people realized how bad they were at dancing, and we couldn't get anyone else to dance.”

Mackie also shared that Mark Ruffalo‘s contribution to the video was definitely a sight to see, saying: “[His] dancing is a spectacle that everyone should behold once in their life. Once. You never wanna see it twice. That was probably [the funniest moment]—Mark Ruffalo, with polka dots and a skintight suit on, dancing. Awful.”

While we aren't getting a superhero filled music video from the cast of Infinity War—and trust us, we're pretty bummed about not seeing anymore moves coming from Chris Evans—we're still excited about what's to come in the film. 


Minus the music video that we can't see (seriously though, can someone leak any Evans clips from it) we do have some idea of what's going to happen in this jam-packed film. According to Comic Book Movie, the film will be Marvel's first two-part film that will better introduce the newest villian—Thanos (Josh Brolin). To combat the devastation that he will surely bring, directors Joe and Anthony Russo, shared a cast of 67 characters who will be making their appearance. 

As if that wasn't enough, thanks to a teaser that happened during the Superbowl, we know members of the Guardians Of The Galaxy will be making an appearance with teamwork playing a key role in the film—like Thor teaming up with Rocket Raccoon and Groot in space. 

We think it's safe to say that we're pretty excited about what's to come. Be sure to catch Avengers: Infinity War when it hits theaters May 4!