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What Can The Official Cast List of ‘Avengers 4’ Tell Us About the Movie?

Avengers 4 has been wrapped in secrecy since before Infinity War came out. The title, which I figured would be released shortly after Avengers: Infinity War premiered, still hasn’t been released due to some unknown reason. And news of the film is few and VERY far between. Only recently did the film officially wrap shooting after having the Russo Brothers had to conduct some quick reshoots to tie up some loose ends but now that is into the editing stage rumors have begun circling that a trailer is being formatted for IMAX which means we may get some Avengers 4 news much sooner than we think.

But, until then, we can only speculate the movie’s title and storyline and I think I might have found some interesting clues lying within the official cast list on IMDB. So, let me share with you my intriguing findings.

1. Hiroyuki Sanada Has a Sizable Mystery Role in ‘Avengers 4’

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Hiroyuki Sanada is one of my favorite Japanese actors. I loved his role in The Last Samurai and he was one of the only good things (actually the only good thing) about Rush Hour 3. To see that he’s going to have a role in Avengers 4 is beyond exciting for me.

And what’s even more exciting about it is where he’s placed in the list. He’s situated just beneath Jon Favreau/Happy Hogan and before Chadwick Boseman/Black Panther. But his role is being kept under wraps, as it won’t say on IMDB who he’s going to play.

This is so exciting! He could be playing a villain or he could be a brand new hero that’ll make his premiere in Avengers 4. Oh, I can’t wait to see who he’s going to play.

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How Large Will Janet van Dyne’s Role Be in ‘Avengers 4’?

Ant-Man and the Wasp seems like a film with a story that’s very reserved in its own place and time and doesn’t have anything to do with the outside world but in actuality, Ant-Man and the Wasp may be much more important than it seems to be. In the film, we get a deeper look into the quantum realm where Janet van Dyne had resided for thirty years. In that time she was able to absorb the realm’s power and now she’s able to use those secrets in the world to aid others. But is that power part of the key to stopping Thanos in Avengers 4?

It’s common knowledge that those who were turned to dust in Infinity War will be resurrected which means Janet van Dyne will return. During those years in the quantum realm, she became powerful and that might mean that she’ll be one of the most important players in the film.

Of course, her screen time will probably be menial but I can’t wait to see what role she’ll specifically play in Avengers 4.

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Is Captain Marvel Going To Be The Saving Grace of ‘Avengers 4’?

Captain Marvel, the heroine whose sudden importance to the MCU is a mystery in itself. Up until now superheroes in the MCU are usually introduced through subtle references or easter eggs that announce their arrival long before they eventually debut in a movie. Captain Marvel hasn’t been afforded that luxury.

Until Avengers: Infinity War next to nothing has been said about this superhero who’s supposedly the strongest Marvel hero to date in the current roster of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And then, with an awesome end-credits scene at the end of Infinity War, this hero that flies among the stars has suddenly been placed to the forefront of the conversation surrounding Avengers 4. But why?

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Some fans are a bit peeved that she’s being introduced in such an abrupt fashion. They think Marvel is finding an excuse to make their first female standalone film so that the franchise will look as inclusive as possible rather than setting up something that’s legitimately important.

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Is This Tweet By Chris Evans A Spoiler for ‘Avengers 4’?

A little earlier this week Chris Evans announced in a tweet that he was done filming Avengers 4 but that wasn’t the issue that wracked the internet. It was the unsuspected gloominess of the tweet. Check it out.

From the sounds of it it pretty much seems that Chris Evans is, in fact, done playing the role of Captain America after all. It seems so sad to think that after Avengers 4 the man who has made Captain America a hero worth caring about is going to be gone. *sniffle*

But here’s the thing. Is he practically confirming the rumors and theories that say Captain America is going to die in Avengers 4? If so, I’m going to have to brace myself because the waterworks are undoubtedly going to spill and it’s not going to be pretty.

What do you think about this tweet? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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I Want To See Another Thor Movie

Thor. Oh, the mighty Thor. At one time he was my least favorite Avenger. He was always too serious. He never cracked a joke. He never fit in right with the team. And he was made out to be epic but he felt the exact opposite for me.

I guess Taika Waititi realized that no, Thor isn’t exactly epic, but he’s really funny and actually has a great personality behind that austere facade. And so, he revamped the God of Thunder in Thor: Ragnarok and my view of Thor has been changed ever since.

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Now when I see Thor he makes me smile because he is all kinds of awesome. He’s hilarious, heroic, powerful, cool, etc. I’ve love Thor.

Thor is so great in fact that I would be kind of sad if the Russo Brothers killed him off in Avengers 4. I get it, we’re going to see some of these classic Avengers perish in this next film but Thor’s so cool now. I’d be a shame to get rid of him just when he became really awesome.

And besides, I’d LOVE to see at least one more Marvel film with Taika Waititi as the director featuring another wild adventure with yours truly; Thor. It could be so much fun. It could once again star Tessa Thompson as his newfound Asgardian buddy, Valkyrie. Maybe Bruce Banner could come along again for the ride. And then maybe we could see some other new characters that could make the movie a complete blast.

I’m not familiar at all with the Thor comics so I don’t know which new villains he could face but I’m sure it could be really cool.

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Like I said before, Thor is awesome, and I definitely think he needs at least one more film. What do you think? Should Thor return for another movie or should his story end in Avengers 4? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

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Should Quicksilver Return in ‘Avengers 4’?

Avengers: Age of Ultron introduced three new heroes, Scarlet Witch, Vision, and Quicksilver, who ended up perishing in the final act of the film. Since his death there hasn’t been a lot of reference to him or even emotional suggestion from Wanda toward her dead brother in the later films but with Avengers 4 supposedly being the end of this current era of Marvel movies all things are possible. Such as a surprise return from everyone’s favorite speedster, Quicksilver.

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There have been several rumors that Aaron Taylor-Johnson has been sighted on the Avengers 4 set but that might not mean anything. Yondu actor Michael Rooker was caught on the set of Avengers: Infinity War which gave fans reason to believe he would be part of the superhero ensemble. That’s why everyone was so shocked when he ended u dying in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

But here’s the question; it’s not so much will Quicksilver return in Avengers 4 rather than should he return? Honestly, I think it would be nice to see him again.

He brought such an awesome dynamic to the Avengers team and when he died it was rather unfortunate. But I’m pretty sure that if he does return it’ll either be in a flashback or a part of the rumored time-travel theory that’s supposed to take place in Avengers 4. Will he be brought back from the dead like the other deceased heroes? Not likely and for one simple reason.

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Can ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ Continue Without Gamora?

Avengers: Infinity War was one of the most surprising installments in the MCU as it featured twist after deadly twist throughout its entirety. One of the biggest shockers in the film was when Thanos sacrificed his daughter Gamora in exchange for the Soul Stone. Not only did it reveal how heartless he can be but it was a legitimate surprise that I couldn’t have seen coming in the film.

But Avengers 4 is supposedly going to reverse at least a good deal of the deaths that transpired in the movie so will Gamora be one of those reversals? Or will she remain dead on Vormir for eternity? And how will that effect Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3?

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Gamora is a central piece to the Guardians of the Galaxy puzzle and with her missing it’ll feel like the team is incomplete. I mean, how will Star-Lord go on knowing that the woman he loved was killed and he couldn’t do anything about it? How will that affect the team moving forward?

Of course, because of James Gunn’s abrupt firing a few weeks ago, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 may not even happen (it’s been postponed indefinitely until they find another director.) But if the movie does go along as planned then it’ll be very interesting seeing the team dynamic possibly without everyone’s favorite “fiercest woman in the galaxy” along for the ride.

Honestly, I hope Gamora is brought back to life in some sort of way in the next Avengers film because she still hasn’t been fully explored yet and I want to see more with her. To have her permanently dead just feels like a waste of a great character to me.

What do you think? Do you think the Guardians of the Galaxy will be perfectly fine without her or would it be best for her to return? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

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