When Avengers: Infinity War began filming in January of last year, Marvel and Disney decided to kill two birds with one stone and filmed Avengers 4 directly after it. It’s safe to assume a majority of the film has been shot, but like almost any big budget movie, it will be having its inevitable reshoots in the coming months. News has also come that the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming is set to wrap production in December.
Christopher Marc of Omega Underground brings word that the untitled Avengers 4 will begin reshoots over the Summer, and they will conclude by September 1st. Now, don’t panic just because reshoots are involved. While they can mean certain doom for movies like Suicide Squad and Thor: The Dark World, they are used in almost every movie nowadays when the director(s) wants to tweak or change small things before the finished project is released. While it’s unknown what or how much of the film will be reshot, we do know that Marvel will be returning to Atlanta and New York to execute the reshoots on the fourth Avengers movie.
Christopher Marc also revealed that the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming will finish filming later this year, in December. Unlike its predecessor and most Marvel movies, the Spider-Man sequel will mostly be shooting in Europe, which has led many to believe that Peter Parker goes on a field trip abroad after the events of Avengers 4. Needless to say, Tom Holland will be a very busy man this year if he is expected to return for reshoots on Avengers 4.
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