Real Reason For No Hulk In Infinity War


Needless to say there is a ton of excitement for the film.

It turns out that the crossover came about because Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are major Fortnite fans. Joe Russo's answer was pretty simple, "No idea". So far we've seen superheroes in the traditional tights (that can now be upgraded) and cool new pickaxes that stay true to the superhero concept. However, we're still not sure what's going on with Hawkeye right now. "We'll get it set for the next two or three months". Any player who is lucky enough to find this will transform immediately into the mighty Thanos and gain a selection of super powers including the ability to punch enemies and structures, a ground punch, regenerating shield, super jumps and even a energy blast. Not only that, we haven't even completely finished shooting it.

Given the popularity of the characters and given the popularity of the franchise, I don't think people should conclude there will never be another Avengers movie.

Avengers: Infinity War is the superhero smash that Marvel fans have been waiting for.

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If I had to pick one thing that really bugged me about The Avengers: Infinity War, it was that there was no Hulk. It's possible, the Russo brothers and Marvel Studios might be able to put a trailer together by San Diego Comic Con this year and then release the first official trailer sometime in October.

Avengers: Infinity War is now in theaters.

Little is known about Marvel's plans following 2019's Avengers 4, save for sequels to Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Man: Homecoming, but Disney CEO Bob Iger teased the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Tuesday during an earnings call.

Iger added that the untitled fourth installment film, which is now being directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, will bring a significant conclusion to the story that began with 2008's Iron Man. Marvel is expected to announce more details about their Phase 4 plans after the highly anticipated film hits theaters next year.