AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Directors Point To There Being A Time Jump Between That And AVENGERS 4

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Directors Point To There Being A Time Jump Between That And AVENGERS 4

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Directors Point To There Being A Time Jump Between That And AVENGERS 4

In a new director, Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo have indicated that we shouldn't necessarily expect Avengers 4 to follow its predecessor in a linear fashion. Check it out!

At the end of Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos snapped his fingers and wiped out half of the universe. As a result, Avengers 4 is being kept a closely guarded secret and fans are obviously wondering how Marvel Studios will deal with bringing back all of those dead heroes. There's also a lot of speculation that there will be a time jump between the movies to make their disappearance more impactful.

Throw in those rumours about time travel and it's clear that Avengers 4 will take us to some unexpected place and that's something Joe and Anthony Russo have teased during a recent interview. 


"Here’s the thing, I think it’s important to remember anything is possible in the MCU [Marvel Cinematic Universe]," Anthony cryptically explains. "Just because there’s a sequel on the books doesn’t mean … people become accustomed to time moving linearly in the MCU. That doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. There’s a lot of very inventive ways of where the story can go."
 
Joe adds: "There’s four years between Guardians 2 and Infinity War. That’s a long time, and a lot of Guardians stories to tell. Again, as Anthony said, don’t expect everything to move forward in a linear fashion in the Marvel universe." The filmmaker's comments could be read in a couple of different ways, including a time jump for Avengers 4 and movies like Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 being set in the past. For now, I guess we're going have to just wait and see...
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