Infinity War came out a little more than a month ago, and it has been blowing our minds and crushing the box office ever since. Infinity War will surely be the biggest movie this year as no other movie is going to take this movie down until next year. We don’t have a surety for next year as well, but the only movie that may just be able to be even better than this will be none other than Avengers 4.
Infinity War left us in thrill and awe and Avengers 4 will completely blow us all away as that will be the movie where the Avengers eventually win by beating the biggest Marvel villain till now.
But the big question still remains prevalent, that how exactly will the Avengers take down the Mad Titan. Before Infinity War came out, we actually knew a lot about the movie, and it still surprised us. But Avengers 4 actually has us blind, and even after seeing so many set photos, we haven’t gotten very close to knowing the details about the movie.
Till now, we only know that Avengers 4 will involve Time Travel, the Quantum Realm, and the BARF technology to a certain extent being related to each other.
On the heroes’ part, we know the ones who survived will take the last stand along with some new ones coming into the mix. There were many big players missing in Infinity War, those who will come in Avengers 4 taking the final stand against the Mad Titan.
But still, Thanos has the Infinity Stones, which means he still has the upper hand and can go after the Universe again. Thor’s powers are at peak and he came so close to taking Thanos down, but Thanos ended up having the last laugh after the snap of his fingers.
So, with Thor at his prime, Thanos is still unbeatable. How exactly with the Avengers take him down? The right Answer is, “Together”, but Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury) has an even better and more correct one.
Fury showed up for merely a few seconds in the post-credits scene of Infinity War, only to die. Still, he did not really know the reason he was dying for. Now, having worked in Captain Marvel, he exactly knows what is coming in Avengers 4. Here’s what he told Vulture:
“I had no idea, it came out of the blue. Who’s really dead, and who’s really in the flaky wind of Marvel dust, I don’t know, but I do know there’s a solution that they didn’t even have to tell me, just because I know who Captain Marvel is and what all that means.”
Yes, Captain Marvel is on her way to make her debut and Nick Fury is going to be standing right beside her having his “Both Eyes Open”. He is the one who summoned Captain Marvel right before he turned to dust and now Captain Marvel, who has the strength to move planets in the MCU will come in and give Thanos the beating of his life! She is going to be the MVP in Avengers 4 and we all are going to love it.
Having worked with Brie Larson 3 times now, Jackson knows exactly what she is capable of an exactly what Captain Marvel can do. Here’s what he said:
“She’s taken this responsibility very seriously: ‘I’ve got to represent not just me, Brie as an actress, but every woman on the planet as a strong woman. This character means so much to the franchise!’ And it’s like, breathe. Just breathe. You are who you are and they hired you for a reason, so just do you.
She wants it to be a special film, she wants it to represent women, she wants it to be a film that has heart and depth. Brie grabs information from everywhere: Who was the first female pilot? What were her struggles? She wants to make sure all of that is embodied in the character to give it the justice of the woman’s struggle, to follow her from where she was to becoming this great force because she’s the most powerful character in the Marvel universe.”
So look out for Captain Marvel in her solo movie which comes out on March 8, 2019, and Avengers, which comes out on May 3, 2019.
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