There are rumors that Avengers 4 will include a five-year leap in time that, if it's correct, means we'll never see Captain America and Iron Man on the big screen again, and there & # 39; For the Nuclear Conflict of Captain America: Civil War .
The Tentpole Avengers films have always struggled to incorporate all elements from previous films. Thor for example, ended with the destruction of the Rainbow Bridge, which meant that the god of thunder had been unable to get to Earth, a problem that Joss Whedon dismissed with a dismissive mention of "[19459005DarkMagicRejected in The Avengers. Iron Man 3 collided with Tony Stark, who destroyed all his previous armor and settled down with Pepper for life ̵
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The basic problem is that these Avengers movies play so many different characters and ideas simultaneously. Avengers: Infinity War had the largest cast so far and somehow had to balance to take all heroes' time to focus on the history of Thanos and the Infinity Stones. The stakes are even higher in Avengers 4 and reports of a leap in time suggest that a large character arc remains unresolved.
The Climax of the Civil War Must Still Be Solved
Marvel's First Phase 3 Film, Captain America: Civil War transformed the landscape of the MCU. A philosophical dispute over the registration of superheroes led to a schism among the Avengers, with James Rhodes seriously injured as a result of friendly fire. At the end of the film, however, the separation had become much more personal. Tony Stark learned that the Winter Soldier was responsible for the death of his parents and that Steve Rogers had known about it. The two even came to blows, each one could barely manage to kill the other.
After Captain America: Civil War Steve Rogers and his closest friends – Falcon, Black Widow, and of course Bucky – became illegal vigilantes, refugees from the judiciary. Iron Man briefly tried to reform the Avengers, but finally gave up on this idea because not enough people were interested in working with him. He got a burning phone to contact Steve Rogers should he ever need help; But although Stark had this phone with him, he never used it.
Marvel originally intended to release this arch in Avengers: Infinity War . The plan was for Rogers and Stark to face each other face-to-face during the film, forced to process their past injuries. Unfortunately, as Infinity War co-author Stephen McFeely noted, every time they tried that in a draft, it stalled the film's storyline. As he stated: [It] "[It] meant that you slowed down your Thanos [Infinity] Stones [quest] to deal with other threats from other films – and that became as much as we wanted, and as many times, As we wrote these scenes, it became clear that this film had to be impulsive and about Thanos and what he represented to the Avengers.
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It was undoubtedly the right decision regarding the overall story of the movie, but it does mean that a major storyline still needs to be resolved.
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Important Release Data  Captain Marvel (2019) Release Date: Mar. 08, 2019
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