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Avengers 4 (previously titled Avengers: Infinity War - Part 2)
Release date: May 3, 2019
"Avengers: Infinity War" and "Untitled Avengers 4" will begin production on Monday.
Just gonna drop this here to get this thread going again...
Iron Man Writer Expects Tony Stark to Die in 'Avengers 4'
Robert Downey, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Samuel L Jackson, Tom Hiddleston, Chris Evans, and a few others contracts are over after this film comes out...so it makes sense.
Didn't Chris Pratt say he'd be in Volume 3 of Guardians, and that Gunn has said that Vol 3 would be the last time for the current team?
I was basing off screenrant which by the time Avenger 4 is out all filming would've wrapped for the last Guardians. I wasn't implying that Starlord is going to die in this but pretty much its over....
8 Actors Leaving The MCU (And 12 That Still Have Contracts)
And right in that article it states that even Pratt himself says he's willing to renegotiate his deal:
"Nevertheless, the actor has said countless times that he’s willing to renegotiate his contract in a heartbeat. Pratt is on his way out, but here’s to hoping he signs more deals with Marvel Studios."
If Tony hadn't gotten engaged to Pepper, I would expect for sure he would die. Between these two movies SOMEONE major needs to die permanently.
Avengers 4 may of been moved up from it's May date.
IMAX Corporation 10-Q Jul. 25, 2018 4:52 PM | Seeking Alpha
I think after they moved Infinity War up, it was more likely than not this would move up too. They’ve kept details under wraps for so long and will continue to do so until probably the fall.
I can't wait for this movie, I'm really hoping Captain America gets dusted.
I'll appreciate every minute this film is moved up. This was Marvel's first true cliff hanger, and it's killing me
Because my friend loves him and he already cried when Spiderman died in Infinity War.
Why did you have to remind me?!? “I don’t wanna go....”
Best scene to come out of cinemas in the past year.
Honestly, I am not surprised about the date change. It worked wonders for Infinity War; and that considering how big of a word of mouth that film got, A4 is the film that I am curious to if it'll beat Titanic.
I don't think it's insignificant that MoviePass blocked repeat viewings starting with Infinity War. If AMC A-List or other services catch on, you can bet it's a film people will see more than once.
Looking at it..huh.
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