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Five Great Reasons For ‘Avengers 4’ Long Runtime

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Fans are counting down the days for Avengers 4 to finally arrive. Recently, Marvel revealed that this epic film will run for three hours. Some fans are a bit concerned with its massive runtime. Here are five reasons why this action packed film needs so much time to tell its story.

Blade Of The Ronin

Hawkeye wasn’t around for Infinity War due to taking some time away from the team. With Avengers 4, Clint Barton will join the fight but with a completely different moveset. This film will be the debut of his alter ego Ronin in the MCU. In the comic books, Barton ditched the bow and arrow to become a full blown ninja.

Trapped In The Realm

Fans got to see what exactly went on with Ant-Man during Ant-Man and the Wasp. Things took a sharp turn when Ant-Man was trapped inside the quantum realm. Trying to free him from this space will be a difficult task in Avengers 4. Since his daughter Cassie didn’t get disintegrated, she could be his only hope.

The Captain Is Here

Captain Marvel’s forthcoming arrival will easily be the biggest moment in the entire film. Carol Danvers is easily one of the biggest Marvel characters ever, and fans will love watching her face Thanos. Less than two months before Avengers 4, fans can see Danvers’ origin story in the Captain Marvel movie.

A Family Torn Apart

At the end of Infinity War, the Guardians of the Galaxy were completely in shambles. Gamora was killed by Thanos and several other members disintegrated in the snap. Nebula and Rocket Raccoon are the only two that can represent their team in the battle. While those who perished in the snap will come back, Gamora is a different situation. Can they find a way to bring her back to life?

Time To Hulk Up

Hulk wasn’t able to use his abilities during Infinity War. With Avengers 4, we’ll be able to see him struggle with it some more before unleashing chaos on his foes. One major rumor surrounding Hulk is that it isn’t really Hulk at all. Loki is rumored to have taken Bruce Banner’s identity before the end of Thor: Ragnarok. The Loki that died in Infinity War is apparently an illusion.

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What’s Going To Happen In ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’?

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When Real-Life Plays A Part In TV Plotlines

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