‘Avengers’ sequel to hit theaters in 2017

The Avengers 2 has just hit theaters, and if you’re like me, you’re wondering if it’s worth your time to watch the sequel.

After all, the original Avengers films had the kind of impact that, in a lot of ways, is still relevant today.

It was a blockbuster box office hit that was more than just another Marvel film, and it set the standard for superhero movies for decades to come.

That’s a big reason why the Avengers franchise is still going strong today.

But if you’ve already seen Avengers: Age of Ultron, you know that the Avengers sequel is going to be a lot more complicated than the first.

While Avengers: Infinity War is still being written, it’s not clear whether that sequel will be a standalone film or a new entry in the franchise.

That means fans of the original franchise can expect some of the same elements from Avengers: Black Widow and Captain Marvel, and some new ones from Black Panther.

It also means that fans of all the characters from the Avengers films will have something to look forward to.

Here’s what you need to know about the sequel: What’s the Avengers 2 sequel about?

As of now, the Avengers movies are the most popular film franchises in the world, with an estimated $2.9 billion in ticket sales and $2 billion in box office grosses, according to Box Office Mojo.

That makes them the most-watched movies of all time.

But there’s one other big reason the franchise is so popular: It has some of Marvel’s most iconic characters.

The Avengers films are the first of a slew of Marvel movies that take place in a universe known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), which is the massive, interconnected world that includes all of the Avengers, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and more.

In the MCU, heroes are mostly superheroes, with some exceptions.

For instance, Captain Marvel is a woman, while Iron Man is a man.

The movies are a big part of the Marvel brand and the company has been very transparent about how its films are made.

But it’s hard to say exactly what happens in Avengers: 2, because the first movie is set hundreds of years after the events of the first film.

The first film is set in a dystopian future, where Earth is overrun by zombies and mutated humans who are trying to take over the planet.

In this dystopian world, a young woman named Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) is sent to Earth in an attempt to stop the zombie invasion.

She’s sent to a remote Antarctic outpost known as Avengers Mansion, which is set near the Black Widow’s hometown of S.H.I.E.L.D. The story takes place during the second movie, which takes place after the first one.

But the first Avengers film is actually set after the sequel, so that means there’s still some stuff in there.

And there are a lot.

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently told IGN that the movie will take place after Avengers: Ultron, and that Avengers: Two Towers, which took place after Ultron, will also be set in the same universe.

So the film will be set after Avengers 2.

What happens in the sequel?

The second film takes place in 2020, and a lot has changed in the Marvel Universe since the first films.

That said, the first two movies did not make the jump from being an Avengers movie to being a standalone franchise, which means the sequel has the same heroes, villains, and heroes-to-be as the first installment.

That doesn’t mean that there won’t be a number of big plot twists.

In fact, there are some big ones.

Here are a few: When we left Avengers: Avengers, it was clear that Thanos (Josh Brolin) was a very important part of Thanos’ plan.

Now that he’s gone, we’re back to the original version of him.

He’s a villain who’s in charge of creating the Avengers and wants to conquer the entire world.

He is the one who is responsible for creating Ultron, the Ultron-like creature that has a human brain, a human body, and the ability to manipulate and control the minds of the human population.

He also has a desire to become a god and use his powers to bring about a new world order, which would include the destruction of the humans.

He knows that if he succeeds in that, the Earth will be destroyed and his plans will be undone.

So he’s willing to sacrifice his life to stop his plans from ever happening.

He will also become one of the key members of the new Avengers team, the new team of superheroes known as Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), and Spider-man (Tom Holland), who are also members of this new team.

Black Panther is one of two characters from each of the two films that are still alive.

The other is