‘Avengers 4’ Creators Want Fans To Digest The Movie Before Revealing Title, Cassie’s Role Could Mean A Significant MCU Time Jump
Everybody is anticipating the premiere of "Avengers: Infinity War" and with that anticipation also brings in curiosity about "Avengers 4." With the third installment almost within our grasp, fans know they would want more after this.
It has been a long-standing question about the fourth movie's title. However, the directors, the Russo brothers, confirmed that it's going to take some time before they reveal the title. This is an answer to the persistent rumor that the third movie's closing credits will finally reveal the fourth movie's title.
"It's going to be quite a long while before people see that title. We need people to see this movie, digest this movie, and then we can tell them what the next story is they're going to see," he said.
To make it even more interesting, it has been revealed that "Avengers 4" will welcome a new era in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This will also mark the end of Marvel's Phase Four.
The casting for the fourth part of the movie is also under speculation. Ant-Man has a daughter named Cassie, who was played by Abby Ryder Fortson. In the upcoming "Ant-Man and the Wasp," Fortson will be reprising her role but a rumor has resurfaced that Emma Fuhrmann will be playing Cassie in some scenes in "Avengers 4."
The plot thickens because of the fact that Furhmann is 16 years old while Forston is 10. So, should Furhmann's role in the fourth film is true, then that means we will be seeing a teenage version of Cassie and thus, the fourth movie will not pick up right after "Infinity War."
The team behind the movie keeps mum about this and as the silence becomes louder, more and more speculations by fans are coming out. What we know so far, though, is that some MCU characters will go through changes. And with that, an older Cassie Lang will make sense. This could also mean that Cassie will be a superhero like in the comics.
Don't stress yourself over the details just yet. Instead, catch "Avengers: Infinity War" on April 27.