Cap, Iron Man, Hulk And Ant-Man Goof Around In New Avengers 4 Set Pic


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For the past few weeks, Marvel fans have been combing through one Avengers 4 set photo after another, hoping to find some clue as to what the Russo Brothers have planned for 2019.

Because make no mistake, their untitled Avengers sequel is arguably one of the most secretive Marvel movies yet, as self-professed MCU scholars pore over story scraps and other clues pertaining to the studio’s cinematic universe. It’s a search that continues unabated, especially now that time travel and alternate realities have been thrown into the mix, but thanks to Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr., we’ve got one more pic to feast on.

From what we can tell, it appears to be taken from the same scene that’s been depicted in a number of other recent set photos. Though the context of what’s going on is unclear, we do know that it’ll involve Iron Man, Captain America, Ant-Man and the Hulk, and they’ve seemingly gone back in time – or perhaps ventured into an alternate reality? – as Rogers has his classic Cap suit on and Tony’s rocking a different hairstyle, with speckles of blonde and grey peppered across RDJ’s new do.

Check it out in the gallery down below, along with those aforementioned set pics that surfaced the other week, and see what you make of it:

Interesting, right? Clearly, this was snapped during a break in filming. Or at least, it seems that way, as the gang appear to be goofing around and laughing. And with the threat of the Mad Titan to deal with, we don’t imagine there will be much time for that sort of thing in the movie itself.

Hailed as something of a finale for the current MCU, Avengers 4 has been penciled in for May 3rd, 2019, by which point comic book fans will have already clocked eyes on Black PantherInfinity War and Ant-Man and the Wasp, not to mention the long-in-development Captain Marvel movie.

It’s a superhero slate big enough to strike envy in any studio executive, and after 10 years of continuous success, Marvel Studios is almost too big to fail – or so says Chris Evans.