Carrie Coon Is Playing a Villain in 'Avengers: Infinity War'

Posted April 17, 2018

As the direction of Marvel movies changes with Phase Four, Black Panther is the character Marvel will put front and center for the next decade. "He never mentioned to us about leaving Iron Man, but it will happen at some point of time". How soon that will remain to be seen. "I am sure there are lots other things he wants to do in his career".

The director could not be more right.

Since then, he's fully integrated into the Avengers, developing a relationship with Scarlet Witch, with whom he shares a connection thanks to the Mind Stone, and siding with Captain America in Captain America: Civil War. He has signed on to be part of "The Voyage of Doctor Doolittle", which is being produced by his wife Susan Downey.

Avengers: Infinity War which is the sequel to Marvel's The Avengers (2012) and Avengers: Age Of Ultron (2015), will be screened in cinemas worldwide from April 25.

Cull Obsidian doesn't say much, he's mostly a silent character.

It was speculated that Marvel Studios possibly made a deal with Fox Studios to use Silver Surfer similar to the deal they made for Ego in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and Negasonic Teenage Warhead in Deadpool, but unfortunately we see that is not the case.

With all the anticipation heading into Avengers: Infinity War, it is easy to forget about Avengers 4.

Shuri designs the technology for Wakanda and is the head of the country's design group. With Avengers: Infinity War being a cosmic space event, there is a possibility that the Silver Surfer will appear.

Of course, there is no connection yet, let alone bond, between Stark and Shuri. The actress recently popped up in Steven Spielberg's The Post, playing Meg Greenfield, and in Jody Hill's The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter, in which she starred opposite fellow Infinity War actor Josh Brolin.

In Marvel's comic books, the Iron Man mantle has been taken on by different people, but that doesn't seem to be something Joe Russo is interested in bringing over to the movies. Joe noted that it is challenging to do as it's just basically more work. Only around twenty minutes of footage has been shown for various press events and the film's various stars have all admitted that they have never seen either the full script or a full real script. Paul Bettany, who plays Vision, even told Hey U Guys at the United Kingdom screening of the footage that there were even fake scenes with some of the twists not ending up being real.