Avengers: Infinity War superheroes' crucial ally to return from the dead [Spoilers]

  • Avengers: Infinity War superheroes' crucial ally to return from the dead [Spoilers]

Avengers: Infinity War superheroes' crucial ally to return from the dead [Spoilers]

Earlier this week, we wrote about some new details about Marvel's big bad - namely, that he's the lone survivor of a now-extinct planet, and that he's actually trying to save the universe. "There's this constant contrasting thing about this Neanderthalic lughead who's way more intelligent than anybody else in the movie, by far". In addition to we do discover a new super-heroine as kick-ass as amusing, the character of Samuel L. Jackson, aka Nick Fury, will be explored in more depth, and some fans will surely be delighted, especially as it has not been seen since the Avengers 2: The age of Ultron.

Feige wouldn't get too specific but did refer to "the action elements Terminator 2" as a touchstone. "Like all of our genre inspirations, there are bits and pieces here and there". The pic comes from the set of the upcoming Marvel film Captain Marvel.

We know Thanos doesn't take to kindly to the people who fail him (#Pray4Loki), and Gamora not only failed to deliver, she betrayed him, left him behind, became a fully-fledged hero, and got her sister to join her.

The image reveals Samuel L. Jackson apparently getting fitted for something, or perhaps a likeness is being created of the actor as Captain Marvel takes place in the 1990s. "That's not necessarily what we're talking about", he explained.

"I think Shuri's astounding, and you'll see much more of her in our universe", Feige says, referring to the character of T'Challa's sister, played by Letitia Wright. "If you do that, audiences will notice it, and appreciate it, and support it". "Well, we want to go back to a time when he himself didn't know that yet, and announce that Carol Danvers was the first super-hero that Nick has met", said Kevin Feige. Anna Fleck and Ryan Boden are directing from a script originally written by Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Meg LeFauve (Inside Out), which was rewritten by Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Tomb Raider). Well, while speaking to Entertainment Weekly about Avengers: Infinity War, Feige made it clear that he's just not letting the idea onto his radar just yet.