NERDING OUT! Let’s talk Avengers! The much anticipated trailer for Avengers 4 dropped last Friday, and it paints a pretty grim picture of the universe post the snap. If you don’t know what I mean by the snap, you have ten years worth of movies to catch up on! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Anyway, characters that were missing from Infinity War have finally appeared: Ant-Man & Hawkeye. There are many questions surrounding their arrival bc Hawkeye looks like a samurai now aka Ronin, and last we saw of Ant-Man he was trapped in the quantum world with no one around to get him out.....Cap lost his sexy Nomad beard (let’s bring that back ASAP...lol), and it looks as though Iron Man is about to die in space (poor pepper). Thor looked VERY earthling (where’s your armor Thor?), Nebula is saying goodbye to someone and Thanos is chillin with a devastated gauntlet on his arm.... I feel that this will be the end for Cap. He looks at a picture of Peggy, and he did that before he made a lot of risky and sacrificial decisions. I think he will give the ultimate sacrifice to bring everyone back from the “dusting”. #Marvel#Avengers#Mcu#comicbooks#superheroes#Endgame#Avengers4#CaptainAmerica#IronMan#Thor#Thanos#AvengersEndGame#marvelcinematicuniverse#fangirl#fangirling#nerdingout#nerd#comiccon#sdcc#marvelmovies#captainmarvel
Marvel Studios still has a few MCU films yet to come before Phase 3 comes to an end, but we're already starting to learn a lot about what Phase 4 will hold. Of course, almost none of this is "official" just yet, as Marvel is remaining quiet in regards to almost anything that comes after Avengers 4.
Since its inception, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been grouped together by phases. It began in Phase 1 as five films built up to the sixth movie, The Avengers in 2012, the franchise's first mega-crossover event. The MCU's Phase 2 immediately followed it with a total of six films as well, although Avengers: Age of Ultron was actually the fifth film, as Ant-Man served as a bridge between the MCU's Phase 2 and Phase 3. The latter kicked off with Captain America: Civil War in 2016, and Phase 3 will end after 10 movies with Avengers 4.