Marvel Studio's Avengers: Infinity War Inspired Movie Night ~ No snapping fingers in this house

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It brings me much excitement to be able to share the fun things we created in celebration for the release of Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity Wars for Home Entertainment. Come join us, as we share how we spent our Avengers inspired Movie Night, and how you can create your own mini characters for your own movie night event, party, or just for fun.

If you've been following along Just Happiling, you may know by now that there are a few things we love a ton; Marvel, and being creative, among other things. This movie night became extra special and fun, because we were able to incorporate some of our favorite things, inspired by characters of the Marvel Universe, as we were getting ready to see this fantastic and very awaited film.

Let me walk you through some things that we started with, in hopes that you and your family can join the fun as well. This craft is very easy to do, and you'll find out that once you get the hang of it, you might want to recreate all of your favorite characters from the MCU. And by 'all', I mean ALL, haha. This craft is super fun, it is a great way to spend some family time together, and the best part is that you might have most, if not all the materials wondering around your home already. So let's get started... 

Things you'll need:

  • Discarded Corks
  • Acrylic Pain (the colors of your favorite characters)
  • Paint Brushes (ideally of different sizes)
  • Sharpened Pencils
  • Images of Your Favorite Characters for References (or all if you are up to the challenge)
Step 1; Take a discarded wine/champagne cork, and paint it all white with your acrylic paint. If the paint doesn't stick to it, due to the material of the cork, use masking tape to cover all the cork first. Then you'll be able to paint over it. 

Step 2; Once the white paint dries, take your reference image, so you can decide how you want your 'cork avenger' to look like. You can make it as realistic as your skills allows you to, or as simple as you'd prefer. Sometimes simple can be as cool as very detailed. It depends on what you are into and again, your skills. In my case, although I love creating realistic faces, I also like creating characters that look more like a cartoon. Therefore, this will be my baseline to create these mini cork avengers. 

Step 3; Use a pencil to trace and sketch your character. Decide where you want the face to be, and use that as a reference for the rest of the body and costume. As you can see in the picture below, I started with Dr. Strange, because although I love all the Avengers, if I had to choose just one, I'd choose Dr. Strange. I like the mystic arts part of his character, and definitely his power to manipulate time.

Step 4; Now you can start painting your character! Start by the lightest colors and as they dry, continue moving towards the darkest ones. Word of advice; leave the edges where the colors meet, to be painted until the end. Use a more precise brush for those edges, just so your lines look cleaner. Remember, you don't have to be perfect in your strokes, because this is a handmade craft, and that is precisely what makes each craft a unique piece. Try to wait for the colors to dry before you go to the next one, or you might risk mixing colors. Also, if you feel you made a mistake, quickly remove the paint with a tissue, wait for it to dry, and paint over it again. I always find it hard to get the right 'flesh' color, so I end up mixing a bunch of colors and paint all the faces at once so that the color matches. You don't have to do this, that is just something I do myself, but it might help you if you want uniformity in your characters.

Step 5; Once all the paint has dried, you can add details with different materials, such as; gel pens, glitter, permanent markers, etc. This will make your characters look super-awesome. Alternatively, you can choose to seal the colors in with a very thin layer of white glue, or lacquer. With the white glue, be careful as you can smudge the colors. A spray lacquer may be better, just remember to do this in a well ventilated area. In my case, I don't feel the need to seal them, so I'm technically finished.

Step 6; Have fun! To be honest, I didn't think these would turn out as cute as they did. I thought that they would do great Holiday ornaments if I inserted a little hoop on their heads with a string or so. This would be perfect, because I had been thinking of creating an Avengers-themed Christmas tree, and this would be just the craft to fill the tree with all the Avengers. After all, ten years in the making are the equivalent of a lot of characters you can create.

As you can see in the picture below, I did not stop at Dr. Strange. I also had to create my husband's favorite Avenger; the all-mighty God of Thunder, Thor! And of course it is Thor with a patch, since we are watching Avengers: Infinity War.

I do not have to tell you how addictive it is to keep on going, making more characters. I think that  the only thing that saved me at this time, was running out of corks, haha. I still had a third cork for this project, and because of the shape, I had a pretty good idea of who was going to be next. Can you guess who it will be? 

If you said 'Groot', you are Groot! I mean--right! I am not that great at painting, although I enjoy doing the whole crafting part of it. However, I've always felt I'm good at simulating trees with paint, so Groot was going to be very fun to paint. I think that if I find more corks, Black Panther, Okoye & Black Widow will be next.

Once all my cork Avengers were dry, it was on to my next project; drawing!

I love to draw. My grandmother was a painter, so I learned to appreciate art at an early age. She would give us assignments, and we would sketch different things. From there, I learned that I had a fascination for facial expressions, and I believe that's one of the reasons why I just love comic books so much. In my opinion, comic books are the one place where you can find all types of facial expressions, while at the same time, you get submerged into a fabulous world of heroes and villains, where the outcome is always uncertain.

This is actually one of the reasons why I really enjoyed this film. **SPOILER** We grow up thinking that the good guys always win, and some might get really upset when they don't. Although for the most part, the good guys do win, the whole point of the struggles throughout their journey, is to create excitement and really get you thinking of the road ahead. In my case, I do like the unexpected turn of events, it keeps the movie from being predictable.

Art is kind of that way too. You start thinking it will go one way, and you end up with a different result, and you might not like it at some point, but then it changes again, until you find your path, to the best outcome, then you add your signature, and you win, haha.

Because I am a romantic, I decided to sketch Scarlet Witch. I really like her super powers, and the interaction between her and Vision. Warning, this sketch has a bit of a **SPOILER**, so if you haven't seen the film, just scroll down a little more passed the drawing, and into the deliciousness we prepared for our Avengers-inspired movie night.

I choose the type of pencil and sketching tools to use, depending on my mood. If I am not going to paint a drawing, I will use different size pencils to blend in shadows and so on. However, since I felt I wanted to use watercolors to paint my Scarlet Witch, I decided to use a mechanical pencil, and a pencil eraser as shown in the picture above. I do a lot of sketching, so that I can figure out how I want my drawing to look like, and then start erasing the unnecessary lines, once I know I like what I'm drafting. Hands are super hard for me, but for someone who is very out of practice, I was pleased with how the sketch turned out. Next step; inking.

I must confess that even if I used to watch my friends who drew comic books, ink all the time, I am not expert at inking. This is also a reason why I go gaga, when I go to comic book conventions and the artist share their craft live. Still, with mi little inking skills, one of my favorite things has always been hair. And I've always been influenced by the way female characters' hair looks in comic books. I love to see how lines in one direction or another, can give a three-dimensional feel to a drawing.

After I inked my drawing, I just went ahead and used some watercolors to give some color to my Scarlet Witch. It's funny, because I did not intend to draw her, like if she was disappearing, and then I noticed her hand kind of looked like if she was waving goodbye. Hahaha, see what I mean with unexpected outcomes? It was meant to be this way. 

One thing about being a superhero is; you can't be a chicken. So we are giving you an option here to eat the chicken instead, ha! That is, unless you are vegetarian, then you can just make a delicious meatless taco, by replacing the meat with avocado, or grilled mushrooms. Mmm, that actually sounds very yummy as well. Now I'm going to be craving these alternatives to our chicken tacos. No, I will resist, we're having chicken tacos like planned! Haha, sorry about that. As we were...

Bake, chop, mix, heat, eat!

One reason why we love eating tacos, especially during movie night, is because they are so easy to make, versatile in the making, and you can easily personalize them to the taste of the members of your family.

We baked a chicken, using different spices and herbs that we enjoy. Again, you can personalize your chicken so it tastes the way your family loves the most.

Then while the chicken was baking, we made 'Pico de Gallo'. Commonly known in some areas of the United States as 'Mild Salsa', which is the chopped tomatoes, onion, and cilantro--that is, if you like cilantro. Some people do not add the cilantro, but that is how you usually find it in Mexico, and it is called 'Pico de Gallo' (Rooster's Beak), why? I have no idea, but that's the popular name in Mexico. To ours, we just chop the three ingredients as shown in the collage above, and add spices like; salt, pepper, and others to taste. In addition to that, we add some olive oil, and lime juice. We mix it all up, and voala!

Now, when I build our chicken tacos, I make some other changes. I replace sour-cream with thick yogurt. I start by spreading a base of yogurt in the middle of the corn tortilla, then I add the chicken on top of it. I pour a line across the chicken with green salsa, and top it up with the 'Pico de Gallo'. That's the way we eat them, and we really love them. In a way, it's like eating a chicken salad, but with a more fun presentation. You've got your veggies, a "dressing", corn, and chicken. 

I know it's not Hulk's favorite shawarma, but here's a different version to the baked chicken tacos we're showing in the pictures above. Alternative, which we also got to enjoy during our Avengers' Movie Night. It's the same concept, but with a couple of changes. We used links instead of baked chicken, and flour tortillas instead of corn. 

We found these delicious 'chicken - apple & spinach' links at the store, and they smell so good when grilled or fried on a pan. I sliced each in three pieces, so that the three pieces could be spread out throughout the tortilla. Therefore, you'd use one link, per tortilla, considering that these tortillas are big. If yours are smaller, you can use one to two slices per tortilla. Please be careful at all times when slicing links; they can be tricky. I fried the slices on a pan, because at the moment we have no grill, and it worked perfectly well to seal the flavor within the links. It also gave them a bit of a charred flavor, which many of us enjoy. Finally, it was time to build the taco, same concept; yogurt, meat, green salsa, pico de gallo, and bon appetit. Finger-licking good. They were gone in a snap, haha.

You can choose if you want to just fold it in half, or make a burrito out of it. That's the beauty of a taco, you can do with it, whatever you want, because at the end, it's going to be delicious and in your belly.

Tip; if you have a lot of people coming over for your own movie night, you can also set a taco bar on the side. Just make sure that the tortillas are the last thing you heat up, so that they stay warmer for longer. Get a good tortilla warmer, and just let your guests make their own taco. Guests always have fun when they can build their food to taste, and taco bars are awesome for that. Also, a taco bar is a great way to get your kids involved, as they can help prepare one or a few of the ingredients, making them feel inclusive to the preparation of the feast. After all, if all family members work together as a team, they can defeat all obstacles, maybe even Thanos. 

Now that the crafts have been finished, and the food is done, let's get on with the movie, cause we're getting too impatient to see all of our favorite superheroes of the MCU together again, as they battle the forces of evil threatening our universe--again.

As you can see in the picture below, we were more than ready to watch the film. You can totally tell what team we were on, during the last Avengers movie, haha.

After ten years of Marvel Universe stories filled with so many characters, we were not expecting every single one of the characters to make an appearance in this film. However, it was great to see many of them, even if it was briefly. In these regards, you have no idea of how happy I got, when I saw Wong (from Dr. Strange) appearing several times throughout the beginning of the film; I just love this character. Fun fact, did you know that his real name is 'Benedict Wong', I know--mind blowing huh.

One of the coolest things about this film, for us, was the fact that the big battle took place in Wakanda. I thought this made it super epic, and we just can't have enough of it. Wakanda forever!

I really love this franchise, and for some reason, I really admire the consistency they've kept with the type of sense of humor they incorporate to each film even if they have different directors. It's like each movie was happening in an alternative life-path, which ultimately connected perfectly into this epic battle against a much tougher and bigger enemy, Thanos. Before this film, we were sort of expecting something of this caliber to happen, because all previous films were leading to this. But I can surely tell you that after this film, I feel like I have no clue of what is to happen next. I have some theories, but again, that is what I love about expecting the unexpected. It will be even more entertaining and amusing to find out what's next for our favorite characters in the upcoming films.

I'm so glad that Dr. Strange had a huge part in this film. I get excited every time he conjures a spell. Nonetheless, his sense of humor is what I mostly connect with. I mean come on, he made Wong laugh. Watching his interaction with Tony Stark and with Spider-Man, was hilariously awesome. All in all, watching all of my favorite Avengers together in one film, always makes me feel like a little kid. I know my husband was feeling the same way, whenever the members of Guardians of the Galaxy were interacting with Thor: All of his favorite characters sharing the same scenes. With that being said, we definitely had a blast watching Avengers: Infinity War.

Oh by the way, my pink lemonade was photo-bombing my pictures, on purpose. We were really enjoying our food while watching the film. Pink lemonade went really well with our tacos, and the theme of the movie night. It was like a mixture of the glow of the reality stone, and the power stone. At least that's my story and I'm sticking to it, wink*.

"Mr. Stark, I don't feel so good..." Oh my, although we had already seen this film in theaters, there are certain moments that keep on hitting us hard, reminding us, how unexpected stories can be, especially with superheroes. I can't specify much peeps, because I know that some of you might have not watched this film yet. If this is your case, I really hope that you are planning to watch it soon, because in my opinion, it is totally worth it. I know some people did not like how the story unfolded in this part of the franchise. However, something we've learned throughout watching all of these movies, for the past ten years, is that you have to be open to the bigger picture. As we are understanding, there will be so many more Avengers and individual character films, that all we can say is; be patient and keep an open mind. You can't have continuation in the different stories and roles of the upcoming characters, if there is not a mayor plot happening. Sometimes even superheroes need saving.

So feelings aside, if you see beyond that part of the film, you'd appreciate the fantastic work that the rest of the crew put into the making of this movie. From special effects, and costumes, to the sound track, which in my opinion, keeps on getting better and better. In our household, we all know that Avengers' films, equals tons of fun and entertainment.

As you can see in the picture above, and in a previous one, the cork Avengers were a hit. I know that someone(my hubby) already asked me if he could place them in his desk at work. And here I'm thinking... I have to start making a list so that I can make some more. Not to brag because I made them, but I really liked them too. I can't wait to paint Okoye and have her in my desk. She's so awesome!

And that's it! We hope that you enjoyed reading our experience during our Avengers: Infinity War inspired movie night, and that hopefully you got inspired to host an awesome movie night for your friends and family, now that 'Avengers: Infinity War' has been released for Home Entertainment in digital format. Or if you'd like to get your hands on the Blu-ray combo, this one will be available starting August 14th, 2018, so keep an eye out for that one. If you loved the mini cork characters, and you are going to make some of your own, share your photos with us via social media and tag us @justhappiling; we'd love to see them.

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Scroll down to read more about the release of Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War, and don't get greedy with power, seeking the Infinity Stones. Instead, smile--because it's contagious, and an awesome superpower!

Thank you Allied Contigo, for the awesome movie inspired merch, we had such a fun movie night!

 Check out these Marvel Avengers Infinity War Mystery Minis from Funko. They are super cool, I want them all!

I just love the art in this really cool Avengers: Infinity War inspired tote bag. I'm going on a fishing trip this weekend, so I'm going to show it off, haha.




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  • Deleted and Extended Scenes (10:07)
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  • Hunt for the Mind Stone (1:24) – On a darkened street, Wanda Maximoff and the wounded Vision attempt to hide from Thanos’ brutal allies.
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Directors Anthony and Joe Russo’s creative team includes director of photography Trent Opaloch (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Elysium”), production designer Charles Wood (“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” “The Matrix”), editors Jeffrey Ford, ACE (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron”), and Matthew Schmidt (“Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Iron Man 3”), three-time Oscar®-nominated costume designer Judianna Makovsky (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”), visual effects supervisor Dan DeLeeuw (“Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “Captain America: Civil War”), six-time Oscar®–nominated special effects supervisor Dan Sudick (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Black Panther”), and stunt coordinator Sam Hargrave (“Captain America: Civil War,” “Atomic Blonde”).

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  • Feature Run Time: Approximately 149 minutes
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.39
  • Audio: UHD BD: English Dolby Atmos, Latin Spanish 7.1 Dolby Digital Plus, French Canadian 5.1 Dolby Digital, English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital
  • Blu-ray: English 7.1 DTS-HDMA, Brazilian Portuguese, French and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital
  • DVD: English, French and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital
  • UHD Digital: English Dolby Atmos (some platforms), English 7.1 Dolby Digital Plus (some platforms), English 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, Latin Spanish 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital
  • HD Digital:  English 7.1 Dolby Digital Plus (some platforms), English 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, Latin Spanish 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital
  • SD Digital:  English 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, Latin Spanish 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital
  • UHD Subtitles: English SDH, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Latin Spanish, Thai,Traditional Chinese, French Canadian
  • BD Subtitles: English SDH, French Canadian, Brazilian Portuguese & Latin Spanish
  • DVD Subtitles: English SDH, French Canadian, Latin Spanish
  • Digital Subtitles: English SDH, French Canadian, Latin Spanish
  • Digital & DVD Captions: English


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Disclaimer: We are part of the campaigning bloggers promoting the release of the film described in this blog post, alongside Allied Contigo. Although we received a digital copy of the film, alongside other promoting material, in exchange for sharing this campaign and our experience, all opinions are 100% our own. Any and all promotional photos and information were provided to us for press purposes. Blog post photos are the property of Just Happiling, and may not be redistributed without our written consent. 

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