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Avengers 4: Surviving Avengers Are Back For Reshoots In New Leaked Images

by Danny Zepeda | September 8, 2018September 8, 2018 7:30 am EDT

The Avengers are assembling for reshoots for Avengers 4. The next Avenger movie previously wrapped up production earlier this year but the crew is getting back together to reshoot some scenes.

The images reveal details of some of the actors involved in the reshoots, including Chris Evans, Paul Rudd and Scarlett Johansson

While non of the characters are suited up, we can surmise some details from their hairdos. Chris Evans has ditched the rugged beard he wore in Avengers: Infinity War for a cleaner look similar to what he had in earlier movies.

Scarlett Johansson is sporting a completely new hairdo that doesn’t resemble any of the versions she’s worn in the past. We can say it is blonde, which is the color she had in Infinity War, but it seems to be much longer this time around.

Paul Rudd, on the other hand, looks completely unchanged. If anything, it just confirms our expectation that Ant-Man will find a way out of the Quantum Realm and help out the surviving Avengers to defeat Thanos.

Captain America’s new look is the most interesting one because it will only add more fuel to the fire to the theory that the Avengers will be traveling back in time in Avengers 4 to stop Thanos. We can’t say for sure as the picture don’t make that theory conclusive, but we can say that Captain America’s hair does look a whole like the hairdo he wore the first Avengers movie, thereby making it much more plausible.

We should also note that there is also another actor in a motion capture suit. We don’t get any conclusive details from this other than a motion capture character will be in these scenes. 

The reshoots don’t seem to be that big of a deal. Mark Ruffalo has gone on record saying the reshoots are just to clean up some of the scenes. This should help alleviate the anxiety some fans felt when they heard the word reshoot. Reshoots are very common in blockbuster movies, but given the track record of recent films that have undergone reshoots (i.e. Justice League, Solo: A Star Wars Story), the trepidation is understandable.



Danny Zepeda

Danny's first introduction to fandom was rewatching the original Star Wars trilogy on VHS everyday during fifth grade until he moved on to all