Funke Akindele strolls to Hollywood with feature in 'Avengers: Infinity Wars'

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Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War is slated for a release in theaters on May 4, 2018. Or they are looking for a clue to help them move forward after Infinity War. And that's not including the unreleased MCU movies now in various stages of production.

"That was the best part of these movies, is that you really kind of, it really was for the first time for me feeling like... the first few movies it's nearly like it's happening to somebody else".

Evans also described what working with Downey Jr felt and how Downey Jr supported him during this journey that will end with Avengers 4.

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Funke Akindele strolls to Hollywood with feature in 'Avengers: Infinity Wars'

While we still have to wait and see what goes down in Avengers: Infinity War, it's likely that we'll see Thanos rocking a fully-functional Infinity Gauntlet, complete with all of the Infinity Stones, at some point during Avengers 4. Marvel has kept an air-tight lid on plot specifics, and still hasn't unveiled the real title for the movie, which is apparently a spoiler for Avengers: Infinity War.

Those who have followed the MCU in its first decade know that the characters are as significant as the actors playing them. And while it is depressing to think that some of the principal heroes, which include Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, and Thor, could bite the bullet in the twin Avengers sequel, adding to fan woes is the thought of potentially losing anyone from the ensemble cast of the franchise. That's basically what The Avengers turned out to be. The way he holds them certainly makes it seem as though they might serve a greater goal, which means it's likely they are the very same B.A.R.F. glasses we were introduced to in Civil War. This could wind up reshaping the MCU in a big way.

It's the flawless thematic segue for the franchise into the X-Men's core tenant: that they are hated and feared by the world at large and are constantly at odds with the establishment because of it. If the world mistrusts mutants - as is inevitably going to be the case - the Sokovia Accords might force the Avengers' hand into action, especially if certain nefarious mutants are thrown into the mix.

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