With the production gearing up for the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War, many fans are wondering what the next major Marvel movie will be about. Despite Marvel Studios' secretive nature, we now have our first clue.
Some new set photos courtesy of Atlanta-based paparazzi Joe Passori show an elaborate set built in Atlanta that appears to recreate the streets of Tokyo.
Here is the guy with a beard everyone thinks is Chris Evans and the girl with a smiley face shirt and those are the most famous people here pic.twitter.com/AGCWtfFtM4— Atlanta Filming (@AtlantaFilming) August 18, 2017
There is a Ferrari... which is kind of a celebrity. pic.twitter.com/mls7yGMYTP— Atlanta Filming (@AtlantaFilming) August 18, 2017
Casting calls for the untitled Avengers sequel revealed that Joe and Anthony Russo were looking for extras for Yakuza-type roles. But what would bring the Avengers to Tokyo after their battle with Thanos?
It remains to be seen just how the Avengers, and the rest of the planet, will be affected by the events of Avengers: Infinity War. We’re still the better part of a year away from the film’s premiere in movie theaters.
But if we continue keeping an eye on the production of Avengers 4, we’ll likely be able to glean some details and, possibly, spoilers about the plot of Avengers: Infinity War.
Will the Avengers go back to fighting Earth-based threats while the battle with Thanos continues raging? Or is this the beginning of something… New?
We’ll find out more as production rolls on the untitled Avengers movie.
Avengers: Infinity War premieres in theaters May 4, 2018.
As the Avengers and their allies have continued to protect the world from threats too large for any one hero to handle, a new danger has emerged from the cosmic shadows: Thanos. A despot of intergalactic infamy, his goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones, artifacts of unimaginable power, and use them to inflict his twisted will on all of reality. Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment - the fate of Earth and existence itself has never been more uncertain.