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Find Out If You Won Our Avengers: Infinity War Trivia Contest

The lucky person scoring free tickets tonight is…

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Spring has just begun to make its presence felt in Boston, but that doesn’t affect today’s Hollywood summer blockbuster season kick-off: the debut of Marvel Studio’s Avengers: Infinity War. In the latest chapter of the Avengers saga, Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America (to name a few) join forces with the Guardians of the Galaxy to keep the evil Thanos from wreaking havoc on the universe.

To mark the movie’s opening weekend, we announced a trivia contest this morning. When it ended at 1 pm, the names of those who answered all of the questions correctly were entered in a drawing for two free tickets for a screening tonight, Friday, April 27, at AMC Loews Boston Common at 9 pm.

The winner is Ryan Sullivan, College of Arts & Sciences Graduate Division of Religious Studies program coordinator.

The questions and correct answers to our quiz are below. Thanks to all who took part.

  1. The Avengers heroes first appeared in a 1963 comic. This original member has yet to surface in an Avengers film, but is expected to pop up in the July 2018 Ant-Man?
    Wasp
  2. What noted British actress, currently starring in a horror film, was originally cast as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow before being replaced by Scarlett Johansson?
    Emily Blunt
  3. Which Avengers character, portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson, appears in post-credit cameos in Marvel Studios films?
    Nick Fury
  4. The Infinity Stones, originally referred to in the comics as Soul Gems, grant their possessor omnipotence and omniscience. How many are there?
    Six
  5. The Guardians of the Galaxy character Rocket, voiced by Bradley Cooper, is a genetically enhanced version of which mammal?
    Raccoon
  6. Black Panther is the king of the fictional African nation Wakanda. What is the name of his alter ego?
    T’Challa
  7. The name and character of Avengers member Thor, played by Chris Hemsworth, is based on a god from what mythological tradition?
    Norse mythology
  8. The man responsible for creating most of Marvel’s superheroes has been Marvel’s editor-in-chief, publisher, chairman, chairman emeritus, and an editorial board member and has appeared in cameos in nearly every Marvel movie since 2000. Who is he?
    Stan Lee
  9. Which global organization proposes a legal edict that divides the Avengers, namely Iron Man and Captain America, in Captain America: Civil War?
    The United Nations
  10. What caused Bruce Banner to turn into the Hulk?
    Exposure to gamma radiation

Watch the trailer for Avengers: Infinity War here.

Jacob Gurvis can be reached at jgurvis@bu.edu. Follow him on Twitter @JacobGurvis.

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