Comic book characters have some trouble staying dead. And the same can be said for the characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Although they might not be brought back to life like their comic book counterparts.
Instead, we get to see previously dead characters rise from the grave thanks to the use of flashbacks. And it looks like we may see the use of it once more in Avengers 4. But it won’t be a hero. Instead, Frank Grillo‘s Crossbones aka Brock Rumlo will be making a comeback. More on the report below.
After eight long years of being Captain America, Chris Evans has announced that he’s done playing the character. It’s not entirely unexpected considering that his contract was expiring in 2019.
But for those who have been following Steven Rogers’ career from Captain America who brought down HYDRA in World War II to a fugitive who survived Thanos’s snap, it is a bit of a somber moment. More on the story below.
To say that Avengers: Infinity War ended on an emotionally taxing cliffhanger would be the understatement of the year. It’s still going to be nine long months until we get to see another Marvel Cinematic Universe film, and even longer before we could see the next Avengers film.
That being said, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige says Avengers 4 will have a definitive ending. More on the story below.
A lot of us are still reeling after the ending of Avengers: Infinity War. With a massive superhero ensemble like this, we knew there would be some casualties, but I don’t think any of us were prepared for what Marvel gave us. Obviously, the upcoming sequel will have some of the heroes who didn’t appear in Infinity War make an appearance in Avengers 4, even a certain hero who could only be reached via retro technology. So as many of us are still coping, screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are talking about how Avengers 4 will not reverse what was done in Infinity War. That ending was real and permanent, they say. But we can expect to see some surprises in Avengers 4. Check out what the two had to say here below.
Warning: major spoilers ahead, so if you haven’t seen the film, I suggest you do not continue reading on any further.
For almost 10 years, Marvel Studios has had a panel in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con. Many who attend the show-stopping panel would line up at least a day in advance to be sure to see whatever footage the studio may have. However, things will change. That’s because the studio has no plans to book the hall this year, which would leave room for other studios to up their own panels or just give attendees more time to enjoy the Comic-Con floor. More on this story here below.