‘Avengers Infinity War’ Kevin Feige Teases ‘Unexpected Team-ups’ and Post-Avengers

‘Avengers Infinity War’ Kevin Feige Teases ‘Unexpected Team-ups’ and Post-Avengers

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We all know how big the cast are in the upcoming team-up movie Avengers: Infinity War, but we have never exactly built the thought of these widely diverse characters on how they would actually interact. Is it going to work?

Sure Avengers prove it, but we are talking about becoming friends from another dimension of the world, Magic included.

In more than 60 Marvel characters from different dimensions, who will get along with whom? With Egoistic Strange and Stark, child mannered Peter Quill, would they actually get along with others? And which characters would share scenes together? Good thing we are not working for Marvel so we do not have to think too hard.

But if you love giving yourself a hard time, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige have some hint for you, “you have to think outside the box” as there will be “unexpected team-ups” he said to Vulture.

But do not think too hard, as Feige has some words for fans of comics who keep theorizing on what will happen in the movie. He said “knowledge of the comics can be both beneficial to fans anticipating things and also misleading” and that everyone just have to wait and see when it releases.

He was then asked who he is most looking forward to to be together on screen. Feige answers “there are so many.” But Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) are in priority because of his love to its actors who portray them. Is he hinting a screentime from both actors? He could be!

We have come a long way with our superhero films and it seems 2019 is getting close. For the fans that are worried and thinking what is next after the Avengers: Infinity War, apparently, there are still no solid plans. But with the variety of characters Marvel Comics has, Kevin Feige assured “to have more interesting, unexpected combinations of characters after that.”

Guess we have nothing to worry after all.

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