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Elizabeth Olsen breaks our illusions: there are no plans for the Young Avengers – .

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has managed to bring memorable characters who managed to connect their own stories that would reach a great climax with Avengers: Endgame – 95%. After more than ten years generating this world, some of the characters have begun to say goodbye such as Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson), but with the beginning of Phase 4 new characters began to arrive.

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Although it is believed that now the head of the Avengers team will be the protagonist of Captain Marvel – 60%, there is still much to know and be clear about the evolution of the other heroes who remain as the God of Thunder who will return in Thor : Love and Thunder. But now that this new phase has officially begun with the Disney Plus series, the opportunities to generate more stories continue to grow.

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95%, this functioned as a bridge between Avengers: Endgame and what has just begun; In addition to bringing Evan Peters’ Quicksilver which was only a reference, but not a direct connection with the X-Men, important characters also arrived within the world of comics, from Agatha Harkness to little Tommy and Billy, children of Wanda and View. The latter would not only shape the family of superheroes that created the Scarlet Witch, but also put on the table the possibility of seeing the Young Avengers team.

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This group of teenage heroes was created by created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung and they had their first appearance in comics in 2005, but even though other members of the team will start arriving as Kid Loki in the Loki series – 96%, Eli Bradley or Patriot in Falcon and the Winter Soldier – 97%, Kate Bishop coming up on Hawkeye, and many others coming up, Elizabeth Olsen assured the New York Film Academy that there were no plans for them yet.

I have no idea. I don’t even know if [pasará] actually, if you ask Kevin Feige that, I think he’ll honestly say he doesn’t know. They actually plan the phases together, then complete them and move on to the next phase. […] From my perspective, it seems like that could be a possibility, but I don’t think they have a real plan for that yet. But they keep all their options open.

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Kevin Feige, meanwhile, at the beginning of the year assured during an interview with Entertainment Weekly that as a comic book fan he really enjoyed taking up characters or taking certain moments from graphic novels as inspiration, which has become clear with the latest productions. The president of Marvel Studios limited himself to saying that this Phase 4 will introduce a significant number of new characters.

Although Feige did not want to confirm (or deny) the arrival of Young Avengers, he said that the newly arrived characters will have to gradually win over the audience so that at some point they also have the opportunity to have their own team without depending on the heroes that you already know the public through the big screen.

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