Avengers 4 concept art leaked; reveals interesting theories

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However, this most recent leak might actually not be as real as we may hope.

During the film, fans may recall the climactic battle that took place in New York City, where the original Avengers defeated Loki and sent him back to Asgard to face judgment.

Some "leaked" artwork for Avengers 4 has given fans a glimpse into what the super hero team could look like in the new movie.

Hot on the heels of this summer's blockbuster superhero movie "Avengers: Infinity War", Marvel has joined forces with Vans for an epic sneaker, apparel and accessory collection. Also, Captain Marvel is an obvious addition we didn't see in the last film but the inclusion of Ant-Man and Hawkeye have us very intrigued, if only for the simple question of "What role will they possibly play?"

Hulk's change is probably the biggest, as it hints at the continuation of his Infinity War storyline, in which the Hulk refused to come out and fight. Yes, you heard it right!

Avengers 4 is set to release in May 2019.

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Avengers 4 synopsis: The Avengers prepare for a final showdown with the evil Thanos. The huge ensemble cast including Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Robert Downey Jr., Brie Larsen, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Paul Rudd, and more are expected to return for the film to help defeat Thanos.

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We're pretty used to seeing leaked information when it comes to the MCU. It's also quite possible the power of the Gauntlet was significantly decreased and he won't be able to warp reality like he did with Drax, Mantis, and Star-Lord in Avengers: Infinity War.

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