There is no denying the fact that there are around millions of Marvel’s fan and when it comes to “Avengers” franchise the number of fans doubles up. Now that “Avengers 3: Infinity War” will be in two-parts, we are expecting that the film will give plenty of thrills to all the moviegoers who have been following Marvel films from a long time.
There is one question which is arising in the mind of every fan, is it possible that Disney and Marvel are ready to continue doing their best to avoid killing off characters when it comes to superheroes from the Marvel Universe.
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This has been a major issue with the franchise that every time a turmoil comes to the world there are numerous super power heroes or guardians who are there to save the world. But every time it’s hard to believe that the superheroes are happen to be there at that time.
As it has been clear that the studio is at utmost trying to avoid killing off the major franchise characters. This does not seem to be the case every time. We remember how Phil Coulson died in “Avengers” and how we lost Quicksilver in “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” But it seems that neither of these characters are going to be dead for a long time.
As we know that Phil Coulson was revived for the “S.H.I.E.L.D.” series and now there are rumors that Quicksilver might endure a same resurrection. According to The Christian Post, Marvel had costume designed for Quicksilver. So, does it mean that fans of Quicksilver are going to see more of him in the next movie? There are no official details for Quicksilver’s return but the actor has spilled some beans as he reportedly said that his coming back is definitely an alternative.
In “Thor: The Dark World,” we saw how Loki was killed and in the film’s final shot, it was revealed that he was, in fact, alive. Another example can be of, Nick Fury. The character was seemed to be dead at the end of the first half of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” only to make a return at the end of the film.
What do you think? Is Marvel going to stick to its guns and keep Quicksilver dead or is he going to make a return in the “Avengers 3: Infinity War”?
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