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Kevin Feige revela que Vingadores 3 e 4 não estão sendo filmados ao mesmo tempo

Presidente da Marvel disse que a outra produção começa em seguida
12/05/2017 - 15:47 - Camila Sousa

Em entrevista ao Collider, Kevin Feige revelou que Vingadores: Guerra Infinita e Vingadores 4 não estão sendo filmados ao mesmo tempo, como previsto anteriormente;

"Estamos fazendo um após o outro. Se tornou complicado misturar os dois dessa forma. Algo sempre pagaria o preço. Queríamos poder filmar e focar em um filme, e então focar e filmar outro”. Ele também acrescentou que as filmagens do quarto longa devem começar em agosto.

Questionado se Thanos terá a mesma motivação da HQ, em que se apaixona pela morte, Feige respondeu:Eles serão semelhantes ao que são em Manopla do Infinito de várias formas. Acho que é a única coisa que posso falar sobre isso”.

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Vingadores 4 | Chamada de elenco revela que filme pode ter cenas no Japão

Produção procura por atores para filmagens em agosto
13/07/2017 - 11:17 - Camila Sousa

Uma nova chamada de elenco pode indicar que Vingadores 4 terá cenas no Japão. De acordo com o Omega Underground, a produção procura por homens japoneses na faixa dos 20 aos 49 anos e outro grupo com homens e mulheres, com a idade mais ampla entre 18 e 80, para figuração.

A cena em questão será filmada no período da noite, envolvendo chuva e próteses faciais. Já a data prevista é entre 17 e 18 de agosto, o que indica que o material é realmente para o quarto longa da franquia. 

O site especula se a trama pode envolver a Yakuza ou a organização A Mão (The Hand), que está na trama das séries da Marvel na Netflix.

Por enquanto considere tudo como um rumor.

Vingadores: Guerra Infinita estreia em 26 de abril de 2018 e Vingadores 4 tem estreia marcada para 2 de maio de 2019.

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parece que não vai rolar mesmo....


Quarteto Fantástico | "Não há planos para isso", diz Kevin Feige sobre volta dos personagens para a Marvel

Presidente do estúdio falou sobre possibilidade durante a D23
18/07/2017 - 11:11 - Camila Sousa

Em entrevista ao Yahoo Movies, Kevin Feige desmentiu rumores sobre uma possível volta do Quarteto Fantástico para a Marvel Studios:

"Estou na Marvel há 17 anos e certamente não há nenhum plano para isso. Porém, muita coisa aconteceu ao longo desses 17 anos para que eu diga que nunca vai acontecer. Mas não há nada por enquanto".

Questionado novamente sobre as chances, Feige brincou: "Existe a chance de alienígenas caírem do céu agora. E usaríamos eles no cinema para poupar o dinheiro dos efeitos visuais".


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Fase 4


- Homem-Aranha 2

- Guardiões da Galáxia 3


Bem Prováveis:

- Dr. Estranho 2

- Pantera Negra 2

- Capitã Marvel 2.


Sonho (meu): 

- Thunderbolts com Zemo

- Namor


Deveria ter:

- Homem de Ferro 4

- Capitão América 4

(Uma despedida do Robert e Chris a lá Logan)


Minha dúvida grande seria Homem-Formiga 3, aí vai depender do sucesso do segundo filme. 


E Thor, não sei. Mas se o Loki não voltar, tanto faz...

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oq era óbvio mas não oficial se confirmou, Brolin dizendo pelo insta que está voltando para a segunda parte de vingadores 4.

então a "batalha final" entre heróis vs Thanos deve se dar neste filme.

alguém aposta contra que pode acontecer, de os heróis ganharem de thanos através da piada? tanto heroi piadista que na hora do pau final, todos apanhando, vai ser um coro de piada. No estilo Guardians vs Ronan. :lol::lol:



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sementes que podem ser plantadas no 4º filme dos vingadores, ou até mesmo ser o filme que dê o início à fase 4 da Marvel.


As Marvel Studios approaches the start of production on their Untitled Avengers film, a film which is said to unite all the disparate corners of their Cinematic Universe and put a bow on a story that began with Tony Stark making a suit from a box of scraps, our minds, unfortunately, are already pondering what Kevin Feige and his team might have in store beyond May of 2019. While we all have our crazy theories, hopes and dreams, a look back at previous films and a look forward to some that haven’t been made just yet provide us with some compelling evidence that Feige has already sown the seeds for some of Marvel Comics finest stories to be told down the road.

Though Marvel Studios is hardly dependent on adapting major crossover events from the comics for their films, one can hardly argue that they haven’t done a fine job of culling some great material to incorporate into their movies. Infinity, The Infinity Gauntlet, Infinity War, Age of Ultron, Civil War and now Contest of Champions,  Planet Hulk and The Kree-Skrull War can be used to begin putting together a list of events that have, in some way, been used to inspire films or their titles and there is no reason to believe that they’ll stop there when they move beyond Phase 3; in fact, if we think a bit about what we already know, it’s reasonable to speculate about a few events that might be adapted into the MCU. And if we’re being honest, it makes a ton of sense for Marvel to continue to mine these titles for their films, not just because they are great stories, but because the names have a built in audience and can easily generate buzz about a new film. For instance, if they want to do a film about Hulk facing off against the Avengers, calling it World War Hulk preempts about one million questions about what the film might be about if folks just use their Google machines.

Now to be clear, we are not indicating that any of these events are 100% guaranteed to be included in a future MCU film. The best we can hope to do here is point out that some seeds have been planted and remember that doesn’t mean anything will grow from it.


Secret Invasion


As soon as the Skrulls became a part of Captain Marvel, this became a potential reality. The shapeshifting Skrulls are now not only part of the MCU, but with Captain Marvel taking place in the 1990s, they have been for a long time. This fits nicely with the Secret Invasion event series which saw the Skrulls’ long term plan to claim the Earth for themselves come to fruition. Disguised as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, the Skrulls systematically turn Avengers and their allies against each other once they realize that some of them have been replaced by the shapeshifters. The events tagline, “Who Do You Trust?” was accompanied by a series of great illustrations which, at the time, truly caused a stir among readers. The repercussions of the event shaped the Marvel Universe for years afterwards.

Adapting the story to the MCU doesn’t take a ton of imagination. With Captain Marvel and the Kree battling the Skrulls in the 90s, it’s possible that Skrulls have had time and means to investigate and infiltrate the Earth over the last 2 decades. All it would take on the part of Marvel Studios to launch fans into a frenzy would be to have one of the heroes set to fall in Avengers 4 slowly turn into a Skrull after they die, a staple of how Marvel Comics’ artists have revealed the deception of the reptillian race over the years. With Captain Marvel taking place just before Avengers 4, it’s possible, indeed likely, that her film will be one that has ties to the events taking place in 2020 and beyond.

Dark Reign


As mentioned above, the fallout from Secret Invasion changed the landscape of the comics universe for years and led to one a year long and nearly total rebranding of the comics known as Dark Reign. The hero of Secret Invasion and the central character of the Dark Reign stories is Norman Osborn. Osborn, who was in charge of the group of reformed criminals known as the Thunderbolts, leveraged his heroics in the Skrull invasion to become the head of H.A.M.M.E.R., a replacement for the Skrull-infested S.H.I.E.L.D. agency, then run by Tony Stark. His “heroes” became the (Dark) Avengers, following Osborn as the Iron Patriot and did some seemingly heroic deeds. Despite his seeming heroics, Osborn hadn’t reformed and eventually, after overstepping his bounds and revealing his true nature, was taken down by a reformed Avengers, leading to what was known as Marvel’s Heroic Age.

How could this story play out in the MCU? We haven’t even seen Osborn yet, much less had enough time to allow him to develop into the power hungry mad man he’d need to be to make this happen. In a lot of ways, Osborn is what Tony Stark might have been, so the parallel drawn by writer Brian Michael Bendis was an interesting one and it’s quite possible that Feige has already laid the foundation for something similar to happen on screen. In Spider-Man: Homecoming we find Happy Hogan, now working in Asset Management, tasked with cleaning out Avengers Tower after it having been sold by Stark. Again, we can’t tell you what might come out of this seed, it could simply have been a convenient plot point to get the plane airborne so they could have the final fight scene; however, we like to think a little bigger and we think Feige does as well.

Buying a building from Tony Stark is probably gonna run a bit on the high side and not many people would have use for a building with some of the significant features of Avengers Tower. The profile of such a buyer fits just a few people from the comics and we can think of none we like better than Osborn. While Feige has said they are staying away from reusing villains in Spidey films for the time being, that doesn’t mean we won’t see Osborn introduced and developed over time. A great Secret Invasion film could be years away yet, putting Dark Reign every further down the line. Surely there’s time to see Osborn make the move to become a power player in the MCU. This would totally diverge from the Osborn seen in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man and we might not even see the Goblin right away if at all, but it would show us the scheming, manipulative and totally mad Osborn from the 2000s and that’s not that bad ( Those of us at MCU Exchange that do such things love to talk about the possibility of Denzel Washington stepping into the role of Norman Osborn some time down the line…). Could Avengers Tower eventually house the Dark Avengers? What a great long game payoff that would be.

Future Avengers/Champions


If the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to survive, it’s eventually going to have have an infusion of fresh, young characters much like we’ve seen in the comics over the past several years. Marvel Studios has taken several steps, most noticeably in Spider-Man: Homecoming, to increase representation and it’s very possible that they’ve planted the seeds to have the next generation of Avengers be their most representative group yet.

Currently a trio of potential new Avengers “exist” or could “exist” in the MCU. Cassie Lang, who became the hero known as Stature in the comics, Miles Morales and Amadeus Cho. For several years now, Feige has been playing the long game, so when they made the choice to include Helen Cho in Avengers: Age of Ultron, it was almost certainly so that they could potentially introduce Amadadeus, and possibly his sister Maddy, to the MCU at some point. The role filled by Cho could have been filled by nearly anyone, so choosing Cho was probably done consciously with the future in mind.

Another similar situation came with the inclusion of Aaron Davis in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Spidey has hundreds of rogues (hell, they could have even chosen a different Prowler) that could have filled the role of Davis, played by Donald Glover, but they chose Davis for a reason. We all know that reason was for the single line of dialogue that made the appearance of Miles Morales possible.

We’ve already mentioned Cassie Lang, but there is another young, female hero whose inclusion in a film down the road would really please fans: Kamala Khan. Now we don’t have a lot of details about the 1990’s setting for Captain Marvel, but it’s possible that Carol Danvers was a hero well known on Earth at the time before she, for whatever reason, disappeared. If we accept that possibility for a moment, we can imagine that anyone could easily become a fan of hers, even a young girl like Kamala Khan. Obviously there are a lot of bridges to be crossed there, especially since a Marvel Studios’ film has yet to mention Inhumans (and of course they could just as easily make Kamala’s powers come from any number of other sources) but by moving Captain Marvel to the 1990s, they’ve effectively reduced the timeline required to introduce a young Ms. Marvel into the fray.

At this point you could have a Korean-American, an Afro-Hispanic and a Muslim-American trio alongside Cassie Lang to help start up a team of Avengers or Champions. As Marvel Studios goes about increasing representation among its heroes, it’s hard to imagine them doing a better job than that. Of course we could speculate on any number of other additions to the team as well. We’d like to think that eventually there’s going to be a powered up Nova, especially with the impending doom of Xandar in Avengers: Infinity War or the sequel, and whether you’re a fan of Richard Rider or Sam Alexander, both of them were teens when they became the Human Rocket. With Captain Marvel taking place in the 90s and including both the Kree and the Skrulls, it wouldn’t take much to hint at or flat out include the romance between Mar-Vell and the Skrull princess Anelle that resulted in Hulkling. And, if we’re talking about forbidden romances, we know that Wanda and the Vision will be getting close in Infinity War so whose to say Wiccan couldn’t pop up as well giving Marvel its first gay couple on screen. Beyond that it would take only some simple passing shots to establish a character like Kate Bishop or America Chavez or any number of other heroes that could lead Marvel’s film slate for years to come.

Guardians of the Galaxy


One major group of heroes we know will carry on past Phase 3 that we haven’t mentioned yet are the Guardians of the Galaxy. James Gunn has been clear, repeatedly, that Vol. 3 will be the last story of this version of the Guardians and that it will help set up the next 1o years of Cosmic stories. That leads us to speculate that at the end of Vol. 3, a new group of heroes will be assembled. I would imagine since it will follow the conclusion of the Infinity Stone saga, the stakes for Vol. 3 will either have to be incredibly high, incredibly personal or both. An adaptation of the Annihilation or Annihilation: Conquest events would be fantastic, but would require either a trade be made with Fox or a lot of changes to be made to the source material. One thing that could come out of it without too much of a change, however, could be a new team of Cosmic heroes.

In the comics, Star-Lord had a bit of a dream and a contingency plan that one day the most powerful being of the Cosmos would band together to protect it. That dream became a reality when Cosmo reached out and formed the Annihilators. A team comprised of Gladiator, Silver Surfer, Ronan, Beta Ray Bill, Ikon the Spaceknight and Quasar, the Annihilators went up against foes like Blastaar, Thanos and the Universal Church of Truth. Could the future of the Cosmic MCU see a team of Beta Ray Bill, Ikon and Quasar joined by some other potential big hitters (Adam Warlock?) to form a new team of Guardians? We know Gunn loves the Spaceknights and while Marvel can’t use ROM, it isn’t clear if the other Knights of Galador are off the table (in fact, it’s probably very likely that Marvel can use anything except ROM). I also think that Gunn may secretly be a fan of Beta Ray Bill and with his inclusion in the MCU teased in Thor: Ragnarok, we could well seen him called back to battle.

We still have a lot of time between now and when we might start to find out if any of these seeds produce anything. We probably won’t hear a lot about the 2020 films until 2018 as Marvel Studios usually likes to give a director a 2 year head start on the project (obviously there have been exceptions), but that means SDCC ’18 could be a blast. In the meantime, it’s good for the brain to try to imagine how the minds behind the scenes at Marvel Studios work and it’s also harmless to speculate. With that in mind, let us know what your ideas are about what types of things Feige’s seeds will bring us down the road!


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Vingadores 4 começa filmagens no dia 13 de agosto

O ator Jeremy Renner confirmou em entrevista ao Collider nesta quinta-feira (03) que as filmagens de Vingadores 4 já começarão em poucos dias.“Volto para Vingadores 4 em torno de duas semanas, no dia 13”, contou.O quarto filme dos heróis começa filmagens apenas semanas depois da conclusão do terceiro, intitulado Vingadores: Guerra Infinita.


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 10m -  3 – O filme ainda não tem título definido, mas a gente já tá na expectativa.

POR FELIPE DE LIMA  Vingadores: Guerra Infinita chega aos cinemas apenas em 2018, mas as gravações da sequência já estão em andamento. Em seu perfil oficial no instagram, os diretores Joe e Anthony Russo anunciaram o início das filmagens de Vingadores 4, anteriormente intitulado Vingadores: Guerra Infinita – Parte 2. A imagem postada revela a mão de um dos personagens e conta com a legenda “Começando o fim”.

Pouco se sabe sobre a trama da quarta aventura dos Maiores Heróis da Terra ou mesmo se ela terá Thanos como o grande vilão, visto que o lançamento de Vingadores 4 vai acontecer apenas um ano após a estreia de Vingadores: Guerra Infinita. Um tempo relativamente curto comparação aos filmes anteriores que são separados por cerca de três anos cada.


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Vingadores 3 e 4 não terá Nick Fury, diz Samuel L. Jackson

Ator diz que também não recebeu roteiro de Capitã Marvel ainda

Vingadores: Guerra Infinita não terá a participação de Nick Fury, segundo o ator Samuel L. Jackson, em entrevista concedida ao Yahoo Movies!

Ele também confirmou que ainda não sabe de nada sobre Capitã Marvel, filme que supostamente terá a participação do personagem. "Não me deram nenhum roteiro nem me chamaram. Encontrei com Brie Larsson recentemente e ela não comentou nada, sendo ela a única pessoa que está no filme até agora", disse.

Jackson ainda complementou falando sobre a ausência de Fury de outros longas. "Eles também não me chamaram para o filme que tem a discussão entre os heróis - Capitão América: Guerra Civil. Vingadores 3 e 4 estão sendo filmados e ninguém me chamou. Não me deixaram ir para a terra do Pantera Negra. E como assim você faz um filme com um super-herói negro e não chama o Nick Fury?", falou.

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7 hours ago, GilsonDee said:

Jeremy Renner é visto em sets japoneses; será que o Gavião Arqueiro vai virar Ronin?


O ator Jeremy Renner foi visto nos sets de Vingadores 4 em Atlanta (EUA), onde a aventura da Marvel atualmente filma em meio a cenários que replicam uma cidade japonesa. Isso levou muitos fãs a especularem um detalhe importante de seu personagem.

Embora a foto tirada com uma fã no intervalo das filmagens não revele nada sobre o visual do ator, uma outra postada por ele no Instagram mostra que Clint Barton vai trocar o corte de cabelo militar por um mohawk.A mudança de visual e a locação japonesa deixou os fãs se perguntando: será que veremos Gavião Arqueiro virar o Ronin? Nos quadrinhos, Barton assume a identidade do “herói sem mestre” após voltar dos mortos. Inspirado por lendas japonesas, o Ronin já foi a identidade secreta de vários heróis no universo das HQs.


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Vingadores 4 ... Robert Downey Jr publica foto ao lado de Pepper Potts e Happy Hogan

Vingadores 4 contará com o retorno de uma personagem querida dos fãs: Pepper Potts, a poderosa executiva interpretada por Gwyneth Paltrow. A atriz foi vista em fotos do set em Atlanta e ainda apareceu ao lado do Homem de Ferro hoje. Outro personagem querido que fará seu retorno é Happy Hogan, que também aparece na foto.


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7 hours ago, GilsonDee said:





Como já sabemos, os atores do Universo Cinematográfico Marvel estão reunidos e já começaram as gravações do quarto filme dos Vingadores, que ainda não tem um nome oficial por se tratar de um grande spoiler.Por falar em spoiler, umas fotos tiradas nos bastidores das gravações do filme podem ter revelado um pequeno spoiler da trama. Como você poderá conferir nas imagens da galeria ao fim da matéria, Pepper Potts (Gwneth Paltrow) está usando um anel de noivado no dedo, o que provavelmente significa que Tony Stark pode ter de fato feito a pergunta, como ficou sugerido ao final de Homem-Aranha: De Volta ao lar.Além disso, as imagens também mostram Mark Ruffalo abraçando Robert Downey Jr. no que parece ser uma despedida, ou uma cena triste.

essa Pepper ta mais bunduda que antes, hein?:wub:










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Ator parece estar competindo com Josh Brolin para ver quem tem o melhor físico.Dave Bautista, que vive o forte Drax no Universo Cinematográfico Marvel, estará se reunindo com os outros heróis do UCM em Vingadores: Guerra Infinita, mas parece que mais do que derrotar o perigoso Titã Louco, os planos do ator para Vingadores 4 envolvem ficar ainda mais malhado.A razão para isso? Ele viu o físico de Josh Brolin, que vive o vilão Thanos no filme e não quer ficar atrás quando o assunto são músculos.“Eu sou conhecido por estar em forma e ser um cara grande, e ele na verdade fez com que eu me tornasse inseguro,” contou Bautista para o The Hollywood Reporter. “Eu juro por Deus, eu prometi para ele [Josh Brolin] que em novembro, quando eu trabalho em Vingadores 4, eu disse pra ele ‘Eu vou estar ainda mais em forma porque você fez com que eu ficasse inseguro, seu filho da mãe!’”Josh, que já era forte, se tornou ainda mais musculoso por causa do Cable, personagem que ele vive em Deadpool 2. A transformação do ator de 49 anos chocou Bautista, que admitiu não ter reconhecido o outro ator durante um encontro na academia.“Eu estava na Califórnia em junho fazendo outro projeto e ele disse ‘Dave’ e eu fiquei olhando para ele, e ele disse ‘é o Josh’ e eu fiquei tipo, ‘Caralh*!’ Ele literalmente se transformou em questão de meses. […] Ele é uma pessoa completamente diferente.”A rixa dos atores para ver quem tem o melhor físico faz sentido já que, como foi estabelecido, Drax deseja matar Thanos e finalmente dar fim ao vilão e concluir sua vingança. Como será o encontro dos dois em Vingadores: Guerra Infinita e Vingadores 4?






Na boa, o Drax ta a cara deste aqui..:rolleyes:



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