‘Avengers 5’ Reportedly Gets a Filming Update

Rumors Reveal What We Can Expect From the Next Avengers Team

Marvel Studios has quite a lot of movies to be released in the next few years; most of the projects were, however, delayed or switched dates with other projects due to the SAG-AFTRA strike and due to some controversies and other issues that needed to be addressed. The movies that fans are most hyped about are certainly continuations of the ‘Avengers’ franchise, and oh boy, we’ve been through a lot regarding that in the last few months.

On June 13, 2023, it was announced that a film originally set for release on an unspecified date had been postponed to May 1, 2026. Subsequently, on November 15, 2023, Deadline reported that Destin Daniel Cretton, the initially appointed director, had chosen to step down from the project, deciding to focus on directing ‘Shang-Chi 2’ instead. In addition, on November 27, 2023, it was reported that Michael Waldron had taken over the role of the scriptwriter, replacing Jeff Loveness.

Back at that time, it was expected that the upcoming ‘Avengers’ would begin filming in late 2024 in the UK, however, if Alex Perez notable leaker and industry insider is to be believed, the movie will begin shooting in 2025, so a couple of months later than expected.

This is not suprising considering the latest development with a franchise as a whole. The first sign of trouble for ‘Avengers 5’ was when Majors got himself into legal trouble back when ‘Quantumania’ was first released related to assault and abuse charges. He was found guilty of the assault in December 2023 and currently awaits sentencing.

Majors was almost instantly fired by the studio, prompting them to look for a replacement and “retitle” the movie from ‘Avengers: Kang Dynasty’ to ‘Avengers 5’ overnight. There’s also talk that the MCU will focus on street-level stories for the next couple of projects until they figure out the Multiversal stuff.

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