Avengers 4 Won't Offer a Quick Fix, Infinity War Deaths are Real
Avengers: Infinity War was an emotional rollercoaster and fans just want it to be May 3, 2019, already. The ridiculously shocking ending took many viewers off guard and everyone is hoping that Avengers 4, which has a name but isn’t being announced yet, makes everything better. Which is why the following statement from Infinity War writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely is getting fans talking.
Speaking with Buzzfeed, Markus and McFeely discussed a number of Infinity War-related topics, including all of those deaths. Everyone is expecting some of those characters to make a comeback since some of them have movies announced but Markus and McFeely are saying that the fourth film won’t give fans a simple fix.
Markus went as far to say that the deaths are real, which might be a misdirection or something else entirely. Since we’re expecting some of these heroes to come back, it’s possible that they will still remember that feeling of death. Then again, maybe they’re talking about the characters who were definitively killed and weren’t turned to dust such as Loki, Heimdall, and Gamora.
Whatever the case, there’s no doubt that the two writers have managed to build even more intrigue in a film that everyone wants out already. The Russo Brothers previously stated that there would be consequences for possibly undoing what Thanos does. Maybe we’ll see that play out next year?
Avengers: Infinity War is now showing in theaters. Avengers 4 hits cinemas on May 3, 2019.