Cool New Avengers: Infinity War Posters Still Don't Feature Hawkeye

Cool New Avengers: Infinity War Posters Still Don't Feature Hawkeye

That's not necessarily what we're talking about.

Jackson, who plays Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, just posted a mysterious pic of himself getting a lifecast on his Instagram account.

And with Avengers: Infinity War on the way it's safe to say that Kevin Feige and his band of merry movie makers will no doubt be enjoying many more celebrations this year. Safe to say, Feige is never one to not gamble, after all, he built the MCU on the back of a B-lister superhero like Iron Man.

"It also got us talking about different genres, exploring this notion of sort of the '90s action film", he continued.

Joaquin Phoenix has no regrets over declining the chance to appear in Marvel movies.

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This is a big shocker as these four names are probably the biggest names in the MCU starting from the first Avengers. Even as he's that vague about it, though, he also doesn't seem all that rattled by any of the insane things he's seeing. They only have one such option: the Infinity Gauntlet, which the cool kids call the Bling Glove of Do-Overs. More obscure heroes that have relatively more complicated origins compared to MCU's Phase 1 characters. Unless your favorite hero is Hawkeye, then you might be screwed. And while there was no immediate need to venture out of the franchise's core heroes, Feige explains that they want to populate their franchise with more key players like in the comics. Black Panther defending Wakanda alongside Cap, Bucky and M'Baku!

I wonder if any of the Avengers will suggest that the big purple guy just needs to sit down and talk things out with someone?

Introducing characters in a budding franchise over the safe bet of just making surefire sequels is already risky, but taking a chance on a new property when you have an unblemished track record is more terrifying.

As for that '90s action-movie vibe, Feige assures fans that there will be lots of cosmic fun in Captain Marvel, but that doesn't mean the hallmarks of the era won't sneak their way in. "That's about as iconic as you get, looking at kind of those cool street level fights, street level auto chases, and fun stuff like that". The film will be a "period piece" for Marvel Studios and take place in the early 1990s with the Skrulls as the primary villains.

Captain Marvel is set to hit theaters on March 8, 2019 with Avengers 4 set to follow on May 3, 2019.

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