More Goodbye’s Expected After The Conclusion Avengers 4

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The Wolfhall takes a look at the latest to say goodbye to Marvel after Avengers 4

The upcoming Avengers film are set to change the face of the Marvel universe with some serious ramifications. Thanos seems like a serious threat and his quest for the infinity stones and multi-universe dominance will surely change things. Disney’s Marvel has always followed the good ending super hero movie model with little deaths and the successful conclusions in the end. But the question is will the trend continue?

Thanos unlike other super villains is no minor threat. He will cause the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Avengers to team up and we might also see numerous super hero deaths. Captain America played by Chris Evans is set to be one of them. Rumor has it that Chris Evans apparently is done after the Avengers arc. Moreover there are also rumors that the Marvel Phase 3 will contain new super heroes which is an exciting way to develop the MCU.

The actors and the characters are not the only ones that are saying goodbye. Anthony and Joe Russo who have played a major part in architecting the universe may also saying their goodbye’s after the fourth Avengers film. As reported by Heroic Hollywood, Josh Brolin in an interview with the collider has revealed that the fourth Installment of the Avengers will be the last film of the directors. Brolin regarding the issue said that “…Also, I think that they’re in a position very openly and raw-ly where they’re like, ‘We would never do this again. This is a one-time deal. To put this many successful actors together is such a pain in the ass, but it’s been worth it. We’re doing two movies. One back to back, and this is it for us. Then we’ll go off in another direction,’ but this is a very, very, very ambitious project that I think is going to pay off in a big way.”

So Avengers 4 will be the last time we see many other characters. it’s in interesting premise, and it remains to be seen how it is executed. Let us know your opinions by commenting in the comments section below.