Everything You Need To Know Before 'Avengers: Infinity War'

Lula Sharp
April 19, 2018

Now they're helming a fully-fledged Avengers flick in the shape of Infinity War and as such, the duo have altered the tone somewhat. So now that Cassie Lang isn't exactly a little girl anymore, with reports from That Hashtag Show that an older version will appear in Avengers 4, the question is: When did Ant-Man take place? It sets the tone for the rest of the movie - as well as the future of the MCU.

The Russos have had to lay rumors to rest recently by letting fans know that the Silver Surfer isn't owned by Disney yet, so it is impossible for him to show up in Avengers: Infinity War.

In Infinity War, however, the film will follow in the tonal footsteps of Joss Whedon's two previous quip-happy Avengers movies a bit more. Prominent Marvel figures like Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and Black Panther also come to their aid.

The Woman Making 'Star Wars' History
Mahoney, who is African American, is the first black woman to direct a Star Wars film, sources said . A milestone has been created and it's not in a galaxy far, far away, but very much on Earth.

Anthony and Joe Russo direct the film, which is produced by Kevin Feige. With all of these characters in one film, it was unsurprising it became the longest movie Marvel has ever made, running at a meaty two hours and forty-minute runtime. She said, "We don't give anyone the full script". We didn't want Iron Man, Black Widow or Hulk to overshadow these new members of the Avengers. As the premiere date of Avengers: Infinity War approaches, Marvel Studios has released a short featurette that looks back on the past decade. There's certainly cross-pollination between characters and some story-arcs, but you know, the first movie is very clearly Avengers: "Infinity War and, in time, we will reveal what the second film is".

Good Morning America has revealed a new clip from Avengers: Infinity War which sees Shuri (Letitia Wright) making Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) feel a little silly as they examine Vision (Paul Bettany); check it out below along with a new global banner for the Marvel blockbuster... Carrie Coon, who you may recognize from such fine television programs as Fargo and The Leftovers, and from The Post, has joined the cast of the latest Avengers mega-movie. Sometimes we need to say goodbye, and though it's never easy, the legacy these Marvel actors leave behind will never be forgotten.

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