You have been warned: spoilers are ahead!
In addition to hearing that Civil War and Fallen Son are being considered for the Marvel threequel’s subtitle, the site reports that Downey’s scenes will require 30 or 40 days of filming. As for Age of Ultron, there will apparently be lots of destruction and a huge fallout. So huge in fact Tony Stark will be retiring not only from the team, but possibly also from being Iron Man, all due to him feeling responsible for Ultron’s actions. Furthermore, it was previously revealed that Steve Rogers will be leading a new team by the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Badass Digest now reveals hearing that “the team is Falcon, War Machine, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and Black Widow, as well as probably The Vision… [but] I have been told Black Widow will not be much of a presence in Cap 3.” However, despite Age of Ultron being in post-production for months now, the scene in which Cap’s new team is revealed hasn’t filmed yet, so that roster could change.
Moving along, the site insists that Chris Evans’ Super Soldier will NOT be in Avengers 3 because “the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be in a tough, dark place, with the heroes scattered and defeated” by the end of Captain America 3, and that will carry over to Avengers 3. Will Cap meet his end in his fifth outing? Possibly, especially if Fallen Son really is the Cap 3 subtitle. Anyhow, Badass Digest goes on to drop one last bombshell: Captain America: The Winter Soldier directors Joe and Anthony Russo are apparently in talks to continue and flesh out their Civil War storyline in Avengers 3 by taking over directing duties from Joss Whedon. And given they are in good with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, the sibling duo is also in talks to helm the fourth Avengers movie, which the mad titan Thanos may or may not be the main villain of.
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