Recently, Zoe Saldana was interviewed and responded to the involvement of the Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Infinity Wars.
While the outcome of Avengers: Infinity War, which is currently filming now, may wind up totally different than it did in The Infinity Gauntlet, it looks like some things will still be the same.
Infinity War will focus on the Mad Titan's ambition to collect the six infinity stones to fix in the Infinity Gauntlet that would grant him unlimited power over the universe. This would have been the same beat with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One where the movie ended the moment Voldmort got his hands on the Elder Wand.
Pulling back to a big picture, these next Avengers films are framed as so much of a game changer that Feige has now floated the idea of retiring the concept of "Phases" to denote eras in Marvel Studios' films. I hear those none-disclosure agreements can be quite scary. People speculated that Vision might be given a more human-looking visage in the upcoming "Avengers: Infinity War", but there were also chances that Marvel's CGI team would overlay Vision's traditional attire on Bettany. This new way of fan baiting, something I just came up with, could become something other movie franchises follow; creating movie titles that leave little revealed to the waiting public. Assuming that surprise isn't simply an Infinity Crusade, we're thinking this means the potential deaths of several Avengers in the next film.
Asked if they're in Infinity War, she said: 'We're in the middle of it.
Of course, we don't expect to hear much else about this. If that's not love, I don't know what is. Whatever Kevin Feige and friends decide to name Avengers 4, you can be sure it will be a film to have one of the largest numbers of character features we have seen yet. We'll probably have to wait till after Infinity War, which hits theaters on May 4, 2018.
But we still have some time to see if there's any truth to that.