Avengers 4 will bring the Thanos-Avengers battle to a climactic finale. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo are currently working on the reshoots of the film and recently they posted a cryptic photo from the set of Avengers 4, prompting fans to find clues. Some fans noticed a familiarly mysterious object from the previous film in the photo.
This piece of machinery was seen in Infinity War when Captain America returns to the Avengers Complex after rescuing Vision. As James Rhonda (War Machine) talks on a conference call with General Ross, the object can be seen kept behind Rhodes. This photo by the Russo brothers revived the interest of fans in that particular scene as many noticed this strange set of machinery on the set of Avengers 4.
It’s still unclear what this mysterious object really is. It could just be a prop from Stark’s workshop or maybe this object has a greater importance in the film, as teased by Russo brothers earlier. Leaked set images also hint the use of Tony’s B.A.R.F. device again, this time on a much bigger scale though.
Earlier, Hulk actor Mark Ruffalo revealed that much of the film has been completed during principal photography and the reshoots have begun now.
“Well we’re doing reshoots starting in September,” Ruffalo told the Marvelists podcast. “And then we’ll go back into the international tour, we’ll go on tour. Then you guys will get the second instalment. Which we don’t even know what it’s gonna be yet. We’re not just doing reshoots, we’re going to finish the movie, which we really didn’t get to finish totally when we left it last year.”
He even revealed that a lot of material is being created on the set itself, either Russos collaborating with the writers and actors.
“Some of it is happening while we’re there. It’s pretty amazing,” Ruffalo said. “And we’ll shoot some stuff and a few days later come back and reshoot it cause we wanna take it in another direction. It’s a very living organism, even as we approach it being a locked picture, we’re still working on it.”
Avengers 4 will release on May 3, next year.