Trade analyst Amod Mehra says, "It is wonderful yet astonishing to see a Hollywood film doing such good business".
"Given the popularity of the characters and given the popularity of the franchise, I don't think people should conclude there will never be another Avengers movie", Iger said. In the fight that ensues, Cap will be killed by Thanos. "However I was told that Thanos does end up killing Cap", the post read.
The film, which starred Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine, earned $33 million during its opening weekend, considerably less than the $202 million "Black Panther" raked in or the $258 million from "Infinity War". This points to more time travel.
D23 footage showed Peter Parker's dying words way back in 2017, cast members have openly spoken about things they shouldn't have and even the directors have unwittingly let things slip (though they've then claimed they didn't mean that thing we all thought pretty quickly after). They gave rather cagey answers.
"Might be a little too specific for us to answer", Joe Russo said.
Star-Lord himself, Chris Pratt, recently dropped a potential spoiler on Instagram after confirming that he and the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy are gearing up to shoot a third instalment in the franchise - despite nearly every member turning to ash at the end of IW.
So where does that leave us? From there, the choice to include Red Skull became the right choice because of the finale of Captain America: The First Avenger, which saw the character blasted into space by one of the stones (in that instance, the Tesseract) - thus resulting in his imprisonment on Vormir. Tony Stark is a dad.
So it certainly sounds like releasing a trailer is the last thing on their mind, with major work to be done on getting Avengers 4 ready for its 2019 release.