Hey, Scarlett, Is That An Infinity Stone!?

Both Scarlett Johansson and Brie Larson have been snapped on the red-carpet sporting infinity stone-inspired jewellery at the premiere of Avengers: Endgame.

Avengers Endgame

During Avengers: Infinity War, we discovered the infinity stones are six gems that each represent a specific aspect of existence, which can give those who hold them the power over such aspect. For example, the reality stone can offer power over reality, the time stone power over time, etc. With the right combination of stones, ultimate power can be obtained.

Mad Titan, Thanos, has been on a hunt to collect all six stones in a bid to gain power (and more so domination) over the universe, and all that belongs within it. If he so chooses, he could kill half the population with a mere snap of his fingers.

Dealing with the complications of Thanos’ snap, the Avengers need to figure out how to defeat Thanos with half of their team no longer existing. Fans are already in a bid of excitement to see what could very well be the biggest movie of the year, which some are even saying could be the biggest movie of all time. It’s likely as pre-sale tickets have already passed the $120 million mark. It is highly unlikely fans will be left disappointed as the wait is now over.

Despite what occurs in Endgame, the infinity stones live on. Editor at Bustle, Emma Lord and THR tweeted that both Larson (Captain Marvel) and Johansson (Black Widow) proudly showcased the stones.

Larson through a large gemmed cuff bracelet, along with rings on all five fingers showcasing different coloured gems, and Johannsen through six different coloured jewels in a similar fashion.

While Johansson is getting ready for a Black Widow solo movie, early reports have indicated that her character and role in Endgame is much more important than anyone has realised.

There is good reason people are becoming so excited by the jewellery, as these two women are confidently carrying the MCU in to the future, and passed its uncertain phase in Endgame.

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Leah is a former student of film, media and culture studies and English literature at the University of Huddersfield. When not in uni or writing for magazines she is pulling pints in the local pub, drinking an excessive amount of tea or reading up on the latest philosophical theories.

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