Leaked Avengers 4 set photo leaves fans wondering if our heroes will time travel in the next movie

Leaked Avengers 4 set photo leaves fans wondering if our heroes will time travel in the next movie

Recently, photos emerged showing Tony Star sporting his Black Sabbath tee, a piece of costume that was earlier spotted in 'The Avengers'

Back in the days when Joss Whedon was in charge, helming the first ensemble movie for the Avengers, an iconic battle in New York City sealed the plot and fate of the Earth's mightiest heroes. Fast forward to six years, and the classic battle scene is still a popular topic — with references to the fight embedded at various points in the last release, 'Avengers: Infinity War'.

If latest photos from the sets of the upcoming Avengers movie, the untitled sequel to the record-breaking 'Infinity War' are anything to go by, there's still more to the Battle of New York. Meaning, it's highly likely that when the Earth-bound Avengers recover from the tragic event of Thanos wiping out half of Earth's population, they will revisit the devastating New York scene once again. 

In fact, in one of the pictures that offers a glimpse of the destruction following the battle, perfectly recreating the classic scene from the 2012 movie, the core members of Team Avengers can be seen at a glance. What's even more interesting is that Chris Evans' Captain America is in his original costume. While the ruins could be a part of any Avengers' plot or movie, the familiarity of the set seems to be a clear giveaway. 

Chris Evans as Captain America (Marvel)
Chris Evans as Captain America (Marvel)

In addition to the latest picture, there have been indication that the Avengers would be revisiting the iconic battle scene. For instance, photos emerged showing Tony Stark, for the most part, sporting his Black Sabbath tee, a piece of costume that was earlier spotted in 'The Avengers'. 

While it's difficult to figure out the storyline from these leaked photos, Screen Rant already has some ideas suggesting a possible plot. According to the website, it's possible that Stark and co is visiting the streets right after defeating the Asgardian Loki, who had made an attempt to take over the Earth in the first installment. 

Of course, all of this is just a product of speculation at the moment and given the anticipation surrounding the fourth Avengers movie, its only natural that fan theories make the rounds. 

Directed by returning duo Joe and Anthony Russo, Avengers 4 is expected to star original Avengers actors Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, once more. Although the fate of many of these Marvel heroes remains in limbo until the film's release in 2019.  

Avengers: Infinity War is currently in theaters (Marvel)
Avengers: Infinity War is currently in theaters (Marvel)