spoil Avengers 4

Did Chris Evans accidentally spoil Avengers 4 when he recently tweeted about how he was saying goodbye to the character of Captain America? No! Well, at least that’s what he wants us to think. Evans recently appeared at a comic convention in Chicago to clarify his comment and reassure fans that he did not, in fact, ruin anything about the fate of the Star Spangled man with a plan. But maybe, just maybe, Marvel security got to him and are now orchestrating an elaborate cover-up campaign to throw fans off the scent.

Eh, probably not, though. Chances are pretty good that Evans is simply just telling the truth. Keep reading to learn about how he didn’t actually spoil Avengers 4.
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avengers 4 plot

The ending of Avengers: Infinity War was so devastating that Marvel even held grief counseling sessions for fans too distraught over the Marvel Studios film. But prepare your tissues, because Elizabeth Olsen warns that Avengers 4 is going to be even worse.

Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War below.

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avengers 4 wraps filming

The Russo brothers’ trolling campaign with Avengers 4 continues as the directing duo has whipped fans into a frenzy with another super-cryptic image to celebrate the end of production. But honestly, there’s no better way for Avengers 4 to wrap filming: with an image that we can dissect and overanalyze for the next seven months.

At least we have some hints about the secretive movie with a new tease from Chris Evans, who wrapped up his final Marvel film with the end of the Avengers 4 reshoots.

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black panther oscar chances

Marvel and Disney are very serious about the King of Wakanda claiming his Oscar crown. In an effort to limit any sort of category split, the House of Mouse is only campaigning Avengers: Infinity War for one Academy Award, while pushing Black Panther for every nomination under the sun. This greatly increases Black Panther‘s Oscar chances.

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Chuck Wendig fired

Chuck Wendig, the best-selling author of the Aftermath trilogy of Star Wars novels and multiple Star Wars-related comics, has been fired by Marvel Entertainment. Wendig took to Twitter to share the reasons for his termination, and it basically boils down to the fact that the company didn’t like his tweets about politics. Read on for much more about this situation. Read More »

New Spider-Man Far From Home Suit

With Spider-Man: Far From Home still in production, details about the sequel have been surfacing online here and there, mostly thanks to set photos being captured by on-lookers and paparazzi. Now that shooting is commencing in Spidey’s hometown of New York City, another detail about the sequel has been revealed, and it involves another new suit for the webslinger, and not the one that was already spotted on set a little while back. This new Spider-Man suit will have classic wallcrawler fans pretty pumped.

We’re going to keep details after the jump for those who may not want to know more about the suit.

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black panther 2 director

Everyone had hoped and assumed this was happening, and now it’s official. Ryan Coogler will return to write and direct Black Panther 2. Coogler’s first Black Panther was a huge hit, but the filmmaker’s deal to helm the sequel had been kept under-wraps until now. Production on the sequel will likely start in late 2019 or early 2020.

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Far From Home score

The constantly busy Michael Giacchino just locked down another soundtrack gig. The composer will return once again to the MCU to handle the Spider-Man: Far From Homscore. This will be Giacchino’s third Marvel Cinematic Universe score, having producing the music for Doctor Strange and Spider-Man: Homecoming.

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morbius movie details

Venom was a monster hit, so there’s no stopping Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, or whatever the hell it’s called, now. A Venom sequel is probably inevitable, but first up, Sony will get to work on their Morbius movie, starring Jared Leto. Sony producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach spilled the beans on some Morbius movie details, and confirmed the project will likely start shooting in around February 2019.

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ant-man and the wasp villain

Michelle Pfeiffer has played her fair share of slinky villains on the big screen, so it was refreshing to see her as a bonafide superhero in Ant-Man and the Wasp. But admit it: you would still pay big bucks to see Pfeiffer chew the scenery as the Big Bad once again. And that’s almost the way it turned out for the Ant-Man sequel, according to director Peyton Reed.

While ultimately the Ant-Man and the Wasp villain was played by Hannah John-Kamen, with a cursory appearance by Walton Goggins, Reed reveals that Pfeiffer’s Janet van Dyne was almost made the Big Bad of the Ant-Man sequel. Talk about family drama.

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