Avengers Fans, Rejoice! 7 ‘Infinity War’ Characters Might Return In ‘Avengers 4’
What is going to be your reaction if I tell you that almost seven Avengers characters from one of the biggest Hollywood hits of the year, Avengers: Infinity War, are set to appear in the forthcoming installment of the franchise, tentatively titled Avengers 4? I am sure that the news will surprise you and make you jump in delight. Well, it is being speculated all around that the upcoming part of the series is going to be bigger than ever in many ways. The film already boasts of a huge star cast, and if the reports of some characters that died in the previous installments of the series, including Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Groot, Star-Lord, Gamora, and Falcon, returning to Avengers 4 are even remotely true, then the ensemble is going to delight the audience and how!
If you an Avengers fans, you know that all of the aforementioned characters paid the ultimate price when Thanos snapped his fingers. However, the makers seem too attached to these characters to part their ways with them so easily, and hence their presence cannot be denied in the next Avengers’ film. Whether these characters will appear in visions, flashbacks or time travel is yet to be confirmed, but the audience is definitely going to see them in one form or the other, reportedly.
Now, the biggest question is: what makes us believe that Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Groot, Star-Lord, Gamora, and Falcon, who died in Avengers: Infinity War, will return to life from the dead? So, here are some of the proofs which clearly indicate that those deaths were only temporary.
On the IMDB page for the movie, Courtney Young has been credited as a dialect coach for Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Holland, and Benedict Cumberbatch. In the official cast list of the film, none of these three actors, who play Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, and Doctor Strange, respectively, are mentioned. They breathed their last at the end of Infinity War. Did they survive Thanos’ snap? Maybe, yes.