The set photos that have been surfacing from Marvel Studio’s set in Atlanta, Georgia have done nothing but collectively raise the eyebrows of fans everywhere. Just recently, some photos surfaced further propagating the fan theory that some heavy sci-fi time travel and alternate earth elements may be involved in Avengers 4. Now, new photos featuring Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders have been published, uniting their characters Maria Hill and Nick Fury for the first time (for audiences) since 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron! Check it out!
There’s a lot to unpack here. Why doesn’t Fury have his eyepatch in some photos? People have pointed out that Fury still has the eye scars that we saw back in Captain America: The Winter Soldier so a flashback can be ruled out. The set they’re in looks oddly striking to the recreation of the Battle of NY images but an eyewitness has pointed out that the plates used in the vehicle props indicate that this is actually set in Atlanta and that Captain Marvel director Ryan Fleck has been sighted on set.
I was at the filming of a Marvel Production today where Nick Fury showed up. All of the vehicles had Georgia plates. NOT NY. A news van in the scene was ATL NOT NY. And I'm 99 percent sure I saw Ryan Fleck get into an Escalade to leave. @AtlantaFilming
— Josh (@jorypa85) January 22, 2018
So is this a Captain Marvel scene being filmed? Jackson has been mum for his next Marvel appearances save for Captain Marvel. We previously reported (and are still adamant about it) that the Captain Marvel production is slated to film a week’s worth of coverage this month, which they will officially continue in March. All signs – including pictures of Brie prepping on location in Nellis Air Force Base – point to our report being somewhat true. There’s definitely something brewing in the world of Carol Danvers. Furthermore, Atlanta Filming (the source of all these dope Marvel photos from Atlanta) took to Twitter to tease more potential Captain Marvel related stuff.
First shots are out – I think. More will come out as the week progresses.
— Atlanta Filming (@AtlantaFilming) January 21, 2018
What do you guys think? Is this an Infinity War post-credits scene leading in to Captain Marvel? Let us know in the comments below?
Source: Just Jared