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Production On ‘Avengers 4’ Has Officially Wrapped And Directors Post Teaser Image For Fans

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The upcoming Avengers film is set to premiere in 2019, and there is still probably some post-production work to be done. However, it looks like the film has officially finished filming!

#Wrapped

Directors of Avengers 4, the Russo Brothers, took to Twitter to share that they were done shooting the currently untitled film. The directing duo shared an abstract picture, but with a very clear message. “#Wrapped,” they tweeted.

Twitter / Russo Brothers

The image itself is a mysterious, bright light. Some fans believed it could be a light covering a coffin or some other object. Others quickly came to the conclusion that it could be Iron Man’s fabled weapon in the Avengers video game: the proton cannon. This proton cannon could be key in capturing the antagonist from the previous film, who left fans completely flabbergasted in theaters.

Up In The Air

Avengers: Infinity War left fans with a major cliffhanger (SPOILER ALERT!). Villain Thanos collected all six of the Infinity Stones, which allowed him to essentially rule over the universe. Believing that the universe is over-populated, he uses the power from this Infinity Gauntlet to wipe out half of the population, including some of Marvel’s beloved superheroes.

TIME / Marvel Studios

Some of the heroes lost at the end of the film were T’Challa (Black Panther), Spider-Man, and Doctor Strange. Others who disintegrated were Star-Lord, Groot, Drax, and Mantis (Guardians of the Galaxy). There is no telling what will happen to these seemingly fallen protagonists. The cast knows, though they just found out some weeks ago during filming!

A Secret Finale

Back in September, Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/Hulk) admitted that the finale to Avengers 4 had been left unshot. Most of the cast was clueless about what would happen. “[We] don’t even know what it’s gonna be yet,” Ruffalo admitted. “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.”

Vox / Marvel Studios

However, now that filming is complete, the cast now knows what will happen to Thanos and possibly those mysteriously taken in the wind. Fans, on the other hand, will still be left in the dark, wondering what happened to their favorite heroes —  although they will find out soon enough when Avengers 4 hits theaters on May 3, 2019.

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