Avengers fans have good news to cheer for. President of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige confirmed that Avenger: Infinity War will start production in January 2017.
The lead characters are going to be Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. and Captain America star Chris Evans. The president also stated that he can't think of anyone other than these two for their respective roles and they would continue for the Avengers sequel as well, reports revealed.
A leak of the concept art hints at a possibility of Mistress Death character in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. The Mistress Death is donned as an old creepy looking character with black and white costumes. As per Comic Book movie, this character of Marvel artwork is intended for some other project.
As reported in We Got This Covered, the comic story revolves around the character embodiment of Death and she pushes Thanos on a mission to garner infinite stones and the Gauntlet.
However, the rumors circling the Avenger fans club is that Villainess Hela from Thor: Ragnarok, played by Kate Blanchett, would be used as an embodiment of Death instead of avoiding a new person introduction, as per The Vine Report.
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo previously hinted that among the many characters to appear in the film, Vision (Paul Bettany) and the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) are teased to become very important to the story.
The two also revealed earlier that although there are several interesting characters in the movie's thick plot, Vision (played by Paul Bettany) and Scarlet Witch (played by Elizabeth Olsen) would be the real teasers.
"Certainly Scarlet Witch and Vision. It's a very compelling story. Obviously, It's one ripped from the comics that, for many years, there was some very interesting storytelling and characters. One character is searching for how to identify with humanity, another who is on a journey away from her humanity towards becoming a very powerful being,"Joe Russo said.
The film also has a romantic angle between the two characters. The movie is likely to hit the theaters on May 4, 2018.