Marvel Studios Looks Back on Its History in New Featurette


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Everybody is anticipating the premiere of "Avengers: Infinity War" and with that anticipation also brings in curiosity about "Avengers 4." .

Marvel fans have speculated that a Young Avengers movie could be in the works.

One of the reasons why the subtitle has not been revealed is because the film's title will be a spoiler for crucial elements of the plot hence the Avengers 4 - Infinity Gauntlet rumors.

We've seen Cassie Lang, daughter of Ant-Man Scott Lang, in Marvel's movies before, but Avengers 4 is apparently doing something unexpected with the character that only adds to ongoing speculation about the secretive Avengers: Infinity War followup that's already wrapped filming.

Variety broke the story after directors Joe and Anthony Russo outed Coon in an interview with Radio Times, a British magazine. Prominent Marvel figures like Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and Black Panther also come to their aid. Swimming in debt, they were eventually called by filmmaker and producer Steven Soderbergh, who had seen "Pieces" at the Slamdance Film Festival and wanted to produce their next film.

What had once been titled Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2 for the third and fourth installments for the ensemble films - had suddenly changed. Would you have enjoyed seeing Wolverine in Infinity War?

The team behind the movie keeps mum about this and as the silence becomes louder, more and more speculations by fans are coming out.

"[Downey] loves playing the character, I know that, and we love working together". In the comics, the members consist of Black Dwarf, Proxima Midnight, Ebony Maw, Black Swan, Supergiant, and Corvus Glaive.

The film itself is so gargantuan and mind-blowing in scope that it would make sense for this to be 10 whole years and 18 films in the making.

The event in Singapore was organised to promote the Avengers Infinity War movie, which opens in cinemas nationwide on April 25.