Avengers: Infinity War was brilliantly penned down by screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. All four films written by the duo have been simply remarkable. Whether we’re talking about Captain America: The First Avenger or Winter Soldier, all gave fans some remarkable content to cherish.
While fans have already seen four films from these two, there’s a fifth and probably the best one still in store. Yes, we’re talking about the Avengers 4 here. Infinity War saw Thanos completing his snap and wiping out half the universe with it.
Now, Avengers 4 will see the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes assembling once again to defeat Thanos along with the leftover villains. Thanos used the Infinity Stones to their advantage, but it seems like these stones will be key in taking him down ultimately. As presented by Christopher Markus in Infinity War: The Art of the Movie, Infinity Stones do present a way to beat Thanos.
“They’ve [Infinity Stones] been misused by people who didn’t understand their true power. And now that the real master of them, Thanos, has shown up we can see what they actually do. The problem is, as you can imagine, as you gain control over these things, your story just goes haywire because why are there any stakes for the man who can control time, space, reality, your mind, your soul and power? He can reset as many times as it’ll take. So you have to build in a lot of bumps in the road or maybe keep one stone away from him for long enough in order for the thing to have any dramatic structure at all.”
Well, it just seems like a big wordplay here. Obviously, Marvel won’t give away such a major spoiler like that. Avengers 4 is going to be the biggest event of this decade and we know that it’s going to be huuuuuge! Here’s what the writers have to say about the film:
“Christopher Markus – [Avengers 4] doesn’t do what you think it does. It is a different movie than you think it is…Also…[the deaths are] real. I just want to tell you it’s real, and the sooner you accept that, the sooner you will be able to move on to the next stage of grief.
Stephen McFeely – Put it this way, I think [Infinity War] is a fairly mature movie for a blockbuster. It’s got a lot of fun in it, obviously, but boy, it gets very mature. The second one is also mature. We’re going to own these choices, and hopefully surprise and delight you and get you invested. It’s by the same studio, the same filmmaking team. They were written at the same time, shot at the same time. They’re clearly connected, but they are definitely two different movies, one of which is dependent on what happened previous.”