With reporting by Nicole Pajer
Everyone's favorite purple Marvel baddie can't wait to come back for more.
At a press day for his new movie "Everest," Josh Brolin -- who voices villain Thanos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- told MTV News that he loves being in the comic book movies, though he doesn't know when we'll see him next.
"I don't know which one I'm in," Brolin said when asked whether he'll show up in "Captain America: Civil War." "That's a Kevin Feige question. I know the trajectory of what they're doing, but I don't know exactly which one I'm in."
Though he's not sure when he'll show up again, he seems to be enjoying the fan reactions that come with being a part of the "Avengers" universe.
"I love going into a comic book store and a guy connecting me with Thanos, and seeing the incredible regressive awe that happens. Like you see them lose 30 years in can't-breathe awe," he said. "That's fun, and I have a lot of respect for those fans. I'm excited about doing it, I really am."
As for which Avenger he's most looking forward to facing off against? Well, that's easy.
"I don't have a favorite because it's me against all of them," Brolin said. "I think the entirety is what I'm most looking forward to. Each and every one. I'm bringing the wrath."