Josh Brolin Briefly Talks About Being THANOS on Set For the First Time

Actor Josh Brolin hit up Reddit for an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. While most questions were directed toward the Sin City sequel, there were a few about Brolin's newest role as Thanos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

If you haven't seen Guardians of the Galaxy yet, you may not want to continue reading. Warning issued, read on at your own risk.

So far Thanos has had his quick post-credits scene at the end of The Avengers and a brief appearance in Guardians of the Galaxy. Brolin recently admitted to knowing of at least 2-3 more appearances by Thanos with one of those being a definite. (Which is assumed to be in Avengers 3.)

In his brief appearance for Guardians of the Galaxy, Brolin mentioned (via his Reddit AMA) his first experience on a Marvel Studios set as the MCU's biggest and baddest villain.

"Thanos was a one-day process: it was a digital process that I was personally involved in. 
"Once I was at Comic-Con I realized what it meant to everybody. The critics' impact is minimal here, it's all about the fans. And when I was at Comic-Con, I realized the great rivalry between Robert [Downey Jr.] and myself, and so did Marvel, so I think they have big plans for Thanos in the future."

Perviously it was known that Brolin would be the voice of Thanos and now the actor has confirmed the fact he is doing the actual on set motion capture work for the villain too. Thanos may not be showing up in Avengers: Age of Ultron as of the writing of this post, but there's always a chance he could make another cameo at some point in the movie or in its post-credits scene.

Stay tuned because Thanos is looming over us all right now...