Joe Russo is all set to visit India to meet Avengers fans


This news comes to us courtesy of Variety, which exclusively reported news of Holland's involvement in Cherry, expected to be the Russo brothers' first non-Marvel feature film in over a decade. The book mirrors the true story of its author, Walker, who himself was an army medic who was caught and convicted for bank robbery. Recently, after the release of Captain Marvel, many MCU fans were looking forward to the month of April as they wanted to know what to would happen Avengers.

Mumbai: Indian fans will be getting a chance to interact with Joe Russo as the Avengers: Endgame director will be flying down here to kick-off his Asia Pacific promotional tour for the film.

AGBO acquired the rights to Nico Walker's best-seller "Cherry" in August. Tom Holland was an easy pick for the Russo's, having worked with the young actor in Avengers: Infinity War as well as the upcoming Avengers: Endgame.

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Meanwhile, Holland, 22, is now working with another of his Avengers franchise colleagues - he and Sebastian Stan are in the middle of filming the drama The Devil All The Time, which is based on Donald Ray Pollock's 2011 gothic novel of the same name. Not only that, but it appears they have tapped Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War star Tom Holland for their first post-Marvel gig, a film called Cherry.

The film will conclude this phase of the MCU, and is rumoured to be the last time Downey Jr and Evans will play Iron Man and Captain America respectively. The filmmaker will be visiting the country a few days ahead of the release of Avengers: Endgame on April 26.