Russo Brothers Post Mystery Image After ‘Avengers 4’ Wraps

Russo Brothers Post Mystery Image After ‘Avengers 4’ Wraps

Russo Brothers Post Mystery Image After ‘Avengers 4’ Wraps

Scarlett Johansson, who plays Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is reportedly set to earn $15 million for the upcoming standalone Black Widow movie.

Australian filmmaker Cate Shortland is set to direct the Black Widow movie from a script by Jac Schaeffer. Interestingly, this puts her at the same pay level of Chris Evans (Captain America) and Chris Hemsworth (Thor) in "Avengers: Infinity War".

In comparison, Robert Downey Jr. was paid around $700,000 for the first Iron Man film.

The latest rumor surrounding the film also offers that a time jump is involved, with the flick kicking off five years in the future following Thanos having destroyed half the universe and Marvel superheroes. A Marvel spokesperson says the company "disputes the accuracy of these numbers", but it never publicly discloses salaries.

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This image released by Marvel Studios shows, front row from left, Danai Gurira, Chadwick Boseman, Chris Evans, Scarlet Johansson and Sebastian Stan in a scene from "Avengers: Infinity War".

Avengers 4 is one of the anticipated films of next year since the third part ends at such a point that it raises your excitement that what will happen next.

According to the post, the trailer shows a reunion between Captain America and Iron Man - who were separated during the events of Avengers: Infinity War - teases a return to the Battle of NY (time travel confirmed?) and the Quantum Realm. Before Avengers 4, Captain Marvel will hit the screens post which the character all the characters will be integrated in the fourth installment. It followed comments made to The New York Times, in which the actor said, "You want to get off the train before they push you off".

After that, Marvel will move into a new phase of storytelling - without, it seems, Evans as Captain America.

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