“The Avengers: Infinity War” Director Hints of Doctor Doom’s Return in a Deleted Post?

By Staff Writer | Nov 17, 2016 10:34 PM EST
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Marvel fans can't stop wondering if a recent post from "The Avengers: Infinity War" directors was actually hinting a super villain comeback. The Russo brothers posted on Twitter what seems to look like a behind the scene photo of a location for "The Avengers: Infinity War." But after a short while, the post was deleted. No one knew why the directors posted this photo and then deleted it right away. Those that have seen it were surprised and speculated that the next Avengers movie may involve Doctor Doom.

MovieWeb reported the controversial deleted behind the scene image and said that fans immediately speculated why the directors removed the photo. The image showed the directors inside an old building with huge arches which hints the city of Latveria, home to the sinister villain Doctor Doom.

Marvel may have found a way to get back the Fantastic Four nemesis Doctor Doom in the big screen. Fans who have read the comic books also claimed that Doctor Doom played a huge role in the Infinity War series. Directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo have not confirmed or denied the rumors and have not released any explanation as to why they deleted this post.

Meanwhile Cinema Blend amped fans speculations saying that if Marvel will add Doctor Doom in the next Avengers flick then there would also be a possibility to bring the Fantastic Four and even the X-Men in the future.

In "The Avengers: Infinity War" the heroes will face Thanos, The Mad Titan. There are rumors that once the team is able to vanquish Thanos, Doctor Doom will be the next villain in line. But of course, there could also be a possibility that this may not be Latveria at all. These arches could also be a scene for Asgard, another historic city where Thor lives and has played a huge influence in previous Avenger movies.

The cast and crew of "The Avengers: Infinity War" will start production in January. Fans would have to wait till May 4, 2018 for the film to hit theaters.

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