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Leaked 'Avengers 4' promotional art reveals potential character changes

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Leaked ‘Avengers 4’ promotional art reveals potential character changes

Clean-shaven Cap? Hulk in a suit? What’s going to happen in Avengers 4?

Warning: Potential spoilers from Avengers 4 and Avengers: Infinity War ahead.

Like everyone else who saw Avengers: Infinity War, we’re hungry for details from the follow-up film, Avengers 4 and the following promotional art from heroisx.com reveals some very interesting possibilities for those who survived the snap heard ’round the galaxy:

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Leaked 'Avengers 4' promotional art reveals potential character changes

Will we be hearing the line “Somebody get this man a razor?” regarding once-more clean shaven Cap? (Who was conspicuously clean shaven in these leaked Avengers 4 set photos as well.) Does the aberrant sight of the Hulk in a suit suggest a more balanced mental connection between Banner and Hulk than we’ve seen before in the MCU?

Iron Man looks to be once again donning the space-faring, nanotechnological Mark L suit from Infinity War alongside a noticeably “thiccer” War Machine. 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?”

What do you think this leaked promotional art from Avengers 4 entails? Sound off in the comments.

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