Avengers: Infinity War Will Ship Falcon Off To An Unexpected Location


Providing you’ve kept a close eye on the production of Avengers: Infinity War – and if you’re reading this, chances are you have – you’ll know that Scarlett Johannson (Black Widow) was recently quoted as saying that next month’s tentpole will feel like three movies folded into one.

That tells us Infinity War primarily takes place on three fronts: New York, Wakanda and outer space, as the Guardians of the Galaxy aide Thor in his quest to find a new weapon. Stormbreaker and the Dwarven-forged Jarnbjorn have each been floated as potential replacements, so it’ll be interesting to watch the God of Thunder’s adventure unfold.

Caught up in between that three-pronged war are Scarlet Witch and Paul Bettany’s Vision, who appear to have taken themselves off to the cobbled streets of Edinburgh in order to recover from Captain America: Civil War – remember, the loved-up duo actually found themselves on opposite ends of the battlefield back in 2016, so it’s reassuring to note that their relationship will bring an element of love and romance to the otherwise apocalyptic Infinity War.

However, we now have reason to believe that Sam Wilson’s Falcon helps bridge the gap between Edinburgh and Wakanda, figuratively speaking.

While promoting his sizeable role in Avengers: Infinity War, MCU mainstay Anthony Mackie told Cinema Blend that his own personal production schedule involved a trip to Scotland, where many of Vision and Scarlet Witch’s scenes were captured. Cue the speculation.

It was great. People in Scotland liked to drink a lot. It was great. It was actually a lot of fun. People were very supportive, very helpful and really left us alone. I found that so surprising, even in Atlanta, if you try to shoot this movie downtown, there’s going to be someone who’s going to bother you. The people of Scotland are just like, just don’t [disturb] my pub, and we’re good. It was dope. We had a very good time.

We know from previous trailers that the twosome wind up in Wakanda, so perhaps Falcon is the catalyst/messenger who alerts them to the oncoming threat? All will be revealed once Avengers: Infinity War graces theaters on April 27th.

Source: Cinema Blend