One of the most memorable points of Avengers: Infinity War may have been much different, if not for some solid improvisational skills from actor Tom Holland. The film made its debut in March, giving the month a major boost in its final weekend.
We'll know for sure what Gwyneth Paltrow's mention of Pepper's secret bun in the oven entails when Avengers 4 arrives on May 3, 2019. In Infinity War, Tony and Pepper weren't married yet ("Wong, you're invited to my wedding."), and if she was pregnant she wasn't showing at all.
Though the report doesn't reveal any plot details, it does tease massive implications not only for the Marvel franchise but superhero movies as a whole. It does look like some time travelling will factor into the movie from leaked pictures from the set featuring Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and Hulk in their original suits from the first movie gearing up for the Battle of NY.
The most logical answer lies in the Disney-Fox deal, which, should it be finalized, would give Disney and Marvel access to the X-Men and the Fantastic Four, characters whose film rights Fox owns. The post says that Tony Stark builds his own version of the Infinity Gauntlet, and goes back in time, 'possibly to retrieve the Infinity Stones, ' according to a Huffinton Post article.
Joe Russo: With Peter specifically, we knew that would be a gut punch. That clearly points to a passage of time between films, which means when we next meet those left behind they have been dealing not only with their failure, but with loss on an nearly unimaginable scale.
I personally would've preferred to see Tony and Cap together again, but I guess we'll have to wait until Avengers 4 for that happen.
One of the funniest lines in Infinity War comes from Dave Bautista's Drax. The camera lingers the longest on Spider-Man, who has an emotional moment with his mentor Tony Stark. Tony replies: "I'll do you even better: who is Gamora?". I mean what's next, infinity plus one? "Infinity War has a must-see factor built on the concept of bringing together of an nearly unimaginable array of top Marvel characters in one enormous cinematic extravaganza", a ComScore analyst had said. "It's like, 'OK, you're very good at your job'".