Marvel News Mash-Up (“Avengers 4”, “Iron Fist” And “Luke Cage” Cancelled, SideShow Collectible Corner)

Marvel News Mash-Up

Leaked “Avengers 4” Trailer Description: Is It Real?

With “Avengers 4” coming out in May of next year, fans have been looking forward to a new trailer since the end of “Infinity War”. The following description of a leaked “Avengers 4” trailer originally appeared on Reddit and was later removed. Keep in mind that we have seen many bogus trailer descriptions for Star Wars and Marvel, but we have also seen some that were 100% spot on. Let’s hope this one is the real deal because it does sounds awesome!

From The Daily Express:

“The trailer starts off showing the damaged Infinity Gauntlet in a field on the farm planet. As the camera focuses in on the Gauntlet, we hear Tony’s voice: “We were destined to lose.” Epic music score starts. The Quinjet is shown landing in a Wakandan wasteland as we hear Steve Rogers say: “We have come so far.” Tony and Nebula step off the jet as the remaining Avengers approach. Steve has a look of relief and says: “Tony”. Tony, seemingly defeated, shakes his head and gives a friendly smirk back to Cap. Marvel Studios Logo appears.
“We get a glimpse of the Battle of New York from 2012 Avengers. Loki is shown looking shocked and baffled as he is on top of the Stark tower. There is a flash of a blue light as the camera pans back. (Cuts to black) Next we see the Wakandan throne with M’Baku at the helm. He’s surrounded by his new kingsguard. (A mix of the hill tribe and Dora Milaje). Shuri and Banner are seen working on a new project in the lab. Black Widow, in full gear, is in Hawkeye’s family home from Age of Ultron. Basically everything is thrown all over the place and broken. Nat is studying some type of map with multiple photos and locations on it. A quick shot of Thanos is shown with a long sword, walking down an alleyway in New York City. The next shot is a dark hooded figure with glowing eyes, aiming a bow and arrow before shooting towards the camera.”
“(1-2 visuals of the Quantum Realm) Scott Lang (no suit) is shown running through a park dodging explosions. (Shot of Space) Thor and Valkyrie are aboard a Kree ship. Thor says: “If the stories are true, you’re our universe’s last hope. If such a thing even exists anymore”. The next shot is an older, determined Tony Stark walking through the new SHIELD HQ (Avengers Facility in upstate New York). He’s in full SHIELD attire and carrying an orange briefcase. Banner (wearing spandex) is seen running from something, looking terrified. The next shot is Ant-Man appearing out of a flash of light and landing in a desolate place. We see it from his point of view from inside his helmet. He looks left to right and to his left again and says: “What in the-“.
“(Camera focuses on Vormir and its stars) Next, a shot of Rocket and Nebula modifying some new weapons in the lab. Rocket says “When can we try this bad boy out?” They both smile at eachother and fist-bump. We get our first glimpse of Iron Man in his red and gold nanotech armor. Hulk falls from the sky and lands in front of him. Thanos, in full armor, smiles. Hulk smiles back. The next shot is in Japan. War Machine, Nat, and Steve (in their full Avengers gear) are surrounded by The Yakuza. Hawkeye (Ronin) walks through everybody from behind them and approaches the Avengers. There’s an intense exchange of looks between Clint and Natasha. (Next shot is at the Sanctum) Wong is communicating with Dr. Strange’s soul via portal. (Cuts to black) Grey haired Tony Stark and Ant-Man are in a post-apocalyptic NYC. The screen flashes back and forth multiple times through multiple scenes.”
“We see Captain Marvel floating with her fists on fire and her eyes lit up. Thanos in the soul stone with young Gamora screaming at him, Loki and Thor fighting off Chitauri together and Tony handing Steve a brand new shield in the Wakandan throne room. (Cuts back to Tony and Scott) Tony opens the orange briefcase as Scott hands him an illuminated bracelet. Tony asks: “How?… Is this even possible?” Iron Man and Ant-Man are shown travelling through the Quantum Realm. Tony and Scott are back in the battle of New York from 2012. The final shot before the title reveal is an Infinity Stone disappearing from Thanos’ damaged gauntlet. He abruptly gets up and puts on his armor. His face goes from extremely infuriated to a menacing smile.
“Title reveal: Avengers: Annihilation
“Stinger: The Hulk is training at the new SHIELD facility with Black Widow and Steve. Steve notices that Hulk has been training non-stop as of late, so he asks why. Hulk responds in Banner’s normal voice with: “My rematch is coming real soon, I can feel it!””

Source: The Daily Express

Tom Holland Officially Debuts His New “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Suit on Jimmy Kimmel

Tom Holland stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to get his mask back from Guillermo and to officially debut the new red and black suit that will appear in the upcoming “Spider-Man: Far From Home”. Its a pretty funny clip as you see Guillermo do his best Spider-Man impression, while Tom chases him round and Jimmy tries to get Tom to spill the beans about how Spider-Man is back after the events of “Avengers: Infinity War”.

Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live

Leaked Image Of LEGO Set For “Avengers 4” Shows The Avengers In Their New Costumes

Movie studios really have to do something about LEGO. It seems like they are consistently spoiling movies months before they come out. I know I shouldn’t be complaining because I love to see this stuff but LEGO seems to leak everything: Marvel, Star Wars, DC, you name it.


What stands out with these figures from Avengers 4 is first, Captain Marvel. She seems to be wearing her green Kree suit. You would think that she would have her final suit, which is red blue and gold and very comic book accurate.

Also another big reveal is of an Avenger who was noticeably absent from Infinity War and that would be Hawkeye. In the comic books, Clint Barton goes a bit dark and abandons his Hawkeye persona and becomes Ronin. And if the trailer description above is accurate, it does mention a hooded Ronin instead of Hawkeye for Avengers 4.

Lets face it, Cap really needed a shave in Infinity War, probably a bath too. Anyway, I am super happy that Cap is back to being clean shaven and sporting his classic red, white and blue colors and especially glad that the star isn’t blacked out anymore.

Thor is a tough one. Kind of seems like he has his Infinity War costume, but seems that time has passed by long enough where his golden locks have grown back. But, in order to sell toys, I’m sure Thor will get some kind of makeover with his costume too.

And Thanos, well, he’s Thanos. He doesn’t seem to worry about his look. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him put his classic helmet back on at some point but does LEGO Thanos have his gauntlet on?


Netflix Cancels “Iron Fist” And “Luke Cage”

In a shock to some Marvel fans, and somewhat as expected by others, Netflix recently canceled both the “Iron Fist” and “Luke Cage” series. Both of these series aired for two seasons. The cancellation of Iron Fist was somewhat expected, as the first season was a bit of a debacle and a mess. Iron Fist never found an audience, nor did it receive critical praise. But the cancellation of Luke Cage is more of a surprise, since that show was the complete opposite and did receive a lot of praise from both critics and fans. It appears that the latter’s cancellation has to do with creative differences and that they could not agree with terms for the production of a third season.

So what does that mean for Jessica Jones, The Punisher, Daredevil and The Defenders? Well, Daredevil just aired its third season premier on Netflix this month. And Jessica Jones has been renewed for a third season, but there is no word when that could be. A second season of The Punisher was ordered and set to appear sometime in 2019. And there are no plans for a second season for “The Defenders”.

This whole Marvel/Netflix deal sounds kind of iffy now. It is possible that Disney is working behind the scenes in porting over the Netflix heroes to their upcoming streaming service, Disney Play, which launches in 2019. So they may all find new life yet but on another streaming service that is close to home. But for now, we will have to wait and see.

SideShow Collectible Corner

“Iron Man Mark XLVI (Concept Art Version)”

This Iron Man collectible figure is a nice one! But it’s really rare that you get an Iron Man suit that isnt awesome. Well, maybe Iron Patriot. But also check out the Captain America concept art collectible in the link below!

Following the debut of the Captain America (Concept Art Version) from Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years collectible series, Sideshow and Hot Toys are very excited to present the sixth scale Iron Man Mark XLVI collectible figure based on Marvel Studios’ Head of Visual Development, Ryan Meinerding’s concept art of the fan favorite Iron Man.

Hot Toys has specially recreated Ryan’s iconic cover for Iron Man cinematic visual design work, to a highly-accurate collectible figure. The striking design elements in red and gold underscore the forceful appearance of the exterior, and numerous details ensure the armor a distinctive personality. The latest sixth scale Mark XLVI (Concept Art Version) collectible figure is a tribute to the amazing artist Ryan Meinerding and is an exclusive item only available in selected markets!

The highly-detailed Mark XLVI Collectible Figure is sophisticatedly crafted based on the Iron Man’s concept art featuring a LED light-up helmet and highly detailed armor design with fully enhanced articulations, metallic red and gold-colored painting on the armor, interchangeable shoulder and forearm weapon-firing armor parts, LED light-up Arc Reactor with circle-shaped indent on chest, and a specially designed figure stand!

Source: SideShow

That’s it for this time!