Tessa Thompson has used social media to confirm that Walküre survived Thanos’ attack on Avengers: Infinity War. According to the actress, Valkyrie is doing well and is “wealthy”. After the end of the Endless War on the cliff, Thanos committed a genocide on a galactic scale. The crazy Titan snapped his fingers, and half of the universe’s life had been erased from existence in a few moments. The horrified spectators saw iconic heroes like Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Star Lord turn to dust before their eyes. Since then, Marvel has gradually revealed which escorts from Infinity War have emerged. Angela Bassett confirmed that Ramonda and Shuri survived. Aunt May was not dusted and Thary’s roommate Daryl is still in the land of the living. However, the list of the lost includes Lady Sif and Betty Ross.
Now Tessa Thompson has confirmed that her figure Valkyrie is counted among the survivors. When a fan on Twitter asked if Valkyrie had disbanded or not, Thompson gave a simple answer and clearly rejected the idea that the elitist Asgardian warrior had died. Your answer is below. In fact, most viewers had already guessed that Valkyrie is doing well. She was one of the Asgardian refugees to escape the wrath of Thanos; Although his fate was not shown in Avengers: Infinity War, the dialogue confirmed that Thanos had gotten rid of half of the Asgardians. Ironically, however, they are hit by another catastrophe when Thanos snapped his fingers and another half of the survivors disappeared. But it seems that Valkyrie was not one of the billions murdered by Thanos.
Valkyrie will play a role in Avengers 4. Tessa Thompson was on set in Edinburgh last May. More recently he went to Atlanta for a few days, at the same time Chris Hemsworth was in town. Marvel Studios is currently filming recordings for next year’s epic Avengers, and it is very likely that Thompson was there for that reason.
Valkyrie was perhaps one of Thor’s most beloved characters: Ragnarok, but he was completely absent from the Infinity War. While this may seem like a failure of Marvel, it is probably the logistical challenge of producing so many films at such a high speed. When Marvel realized how successful they had been with Valkyrie, it was too late to adjust the Infinity War script. Marvel had a similar problem with the Black Panther of Chadwick Boseman, whose role in team film was surprisingly low given the success of his solo film. Hopefully these issues have been resolved for the next year.