There might be more Avengers movies after Infinity War sequel
- Author: Salvatore Jensen May 10, 2018,
May 10, 2018, 5:08
The Russo Brothers' letter, noting just how long Marvel fans had waited for the film, asked fans to protect other fans who hadn't yet seen the movie so that everyone could experience the surprises on the big screen. In Infinity war, its shown by Mantis that Thanos has a weakness to psycho powers.
After that it's Avengers 4, which will represent the true culmination of the MCU as we know it, before Phase 4 (or whatever name it takes) begins. In a subsequent interview with ComicBook.com, the Russos suggested that the title may not come from any previous Avengers comic.
This is nothing against Falcon, or Anthony Mackie, but watching Tony have to go through losing his surrogate super son was possibly one of the most emotionally harrowing things we've seen in cinema recently. Right now, we have not edited that movie at all.
In fact, that commitment to the brutal ending of watching half of the earth disintegrate (including every single new MCU character) nearly kept us from any post-credit scene at all. "One of them is not Ryan Reynolds", the notice teases.
The actor, who has already taken several digs at Marvel's recent blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War, follows their footsteps and released a statement with a hashtag similar to the one Marvel was using for Infinity War. I don't know that the Hulk is ever ... he's had his a** kicked before, and he loves a good fight. Iger told analysts that next year's "Avengers 4" would have a "significant conclusion", but still hinted at a future for the Avengers Franchise. We'll get it set for the next two or three months...
In celebration of the release of Avengers: Infinity War, the USA high performance sportswear label has unveiled a limited-edition line-up of Under Armour x Avengers gear that you can wear in and out of the gym.
Although the name "Alpha Flight" was originated for a team of Canadian superheroes in 1979's Uncanny X-Men No. 120, more recently, it's been used for something that is primed for a cinematic appearance: a space program meant to be Earth's primary defense against alien attacks, headed up by none other than Captain Marvel.