Kevin Feige, the man in charge of Marvel Studios, just confirmed that the second part of Avengers: Infinity War will be a finale of sorts. The news is certainly exciting for Marvel fans, but it also means some of our favorite superheroes might meet their end in 2019. Which characters might die in Marvel’s big finale?
According to Hollywood Life, Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans might be ready to hang it up after Infinity War. Downey has long been rumored to be leaving the franchise as Iron Man while Evans has faced similar rumors ever since Captain America: Civil War.
If Evans dies in the upcoming film, then it will open the door for Sebastian Stan to become the new Captain America.
This, of course, is all speculation and it isn’t clear where Feige plans on taking the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
While we wait to learn more, Comic Book reports that producers just released a new casting call for the second part of Infinity War. Producers are currently looking for young twin boys for a couple days of filming next month.
Production is scheduled to begin in December in Peachtree City, Georgia, a city close to Atlanta. The mention of twins sparked speculation that the boys are actually the sons of Scarlet Witch and Vision.
In the comics, Scarlet Witch and Vision get married and have twin sons. The boys were eventually killed, and their deaths almost made Scarlet Witch, aka Wanda Maximoff, go mad. Things got so bad that Wanda broke up the Avengers and created an alternate reality.
After that, two heroes in the Young Avengers, Speed and Wiccan, believed they were reincarnations of Wanda and Vision’s kids. This led to another series called Avengers: Children’s Crusade.
It isn’t known if Marvel will go down that road, but new set photos show Vision and Scarlet Witch fighting alongside each other.
Their romance was briefly teased during Civil War, and it’s clear that they have made amends since the events in Civil War. Whether or not they get married by the end of Infinity War is yet to be seen.
Part 1 of Avengers Infinity War premieres May 4, 2018.