Superhero fans no longer have to wait until for mid-credit scenes to catch a glimpse of what's happening next in the Marvel Universe.
The studio will be airing a behind the scenes look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe during Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe, and viewers have been promised new footage from the final three Phase Two films.
Set to air in place of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD on March 18, the special will deliver clips from Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy along with some form of "sneak peek" for 2015's The Avengers: Age of Ultron, according to Entertainment Weekly.
With the premiere of Winter Soldier a mere month away, Marvelites are already very familiar with the upcoming Caps project, and many will be more hyped for another dose of the Guardian action/humor combo that was revealed in the Feb. 18 trailer (see video below).
While filming has wrapped on both of those projects, full-cast shooting for Age of Ultron will not begin until the end of March and it is unknown what type of surprise director Joss Whedon has created for Assembling a Universe. While it is unlikely that it will be a sequence involving all the Avengers, a unit is currently filming a Hulk action sequence in Johannesburg and perhaps a clip could be culled from that.
There is also the possibility that the "sneak peek" isn't a clip at all but is instead some previously undisclosed plot detail.
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Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe will air March 18 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.