AVENGERS 4 Reshoots To Take Place This Summer; SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Sequel Wraps In December
Some updates about the production schedules for both Avengers 4 and the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel have surfaced today and it seems we could start seeing much more from them both very, very soon...
Apparently, Avengers 4 reshoots are scheduled to take place this summer and will last until September. That lines up from various remarks from cast members and depending on where these take place, there's a very good chance that set photos could shed some light on where the Russos are going.
The untitled Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel is also expected to start shooting over the summer and that will reportedly wrap production by December. That gives Marvel plenty of time to finish it off in time for that July 2019 release date and could mean that we'll see lots of set photos and plot leaks as the year progresses, including a first look at Jake Gyllenhaal suited up as Mysterio if we're lucky!
Which of these movies are you most excited about? Let us know your thoughts in the usual place.
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