The Russo Brothers Won’t Rule Out Including Netflix’s Marvel Heroes In ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

While they’re best known for making really entertaining movies and TV episodes, the Joe and Anthony Russo are perhaps even better at toying with fans. The best example is probably the way they teased and hinted at Tom Holland making his Spider-Man debut in Captain America: Civil War, which would have been a really cool reveal if it had been kept a secret, but a trailer has to give us something.

Now, of course, they’re offering the same song and dance with Brie Larson, the newest A-lister to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as the Russos won’t give anyone a solid answer as to whether or not Captain Marvel will make her debut in Avengers: Infinity War.

“Not only is she an amazingly talented actor but she’s a wonderful human being. We’re really looking forward to the opportunity of re-teaming with her if we were to get the chance to work with that character,” said Joe. (Via the Toronto Sun)

However, that has become the fun of Infinity War, as the directors continue to offer vague details when it comes to what the Avengers lineup will look like when the film hits theaters in 2018. Ever since they joked that 67 characters would be featured in the next Avengers film, fans have wondered what new characters would be included. Will Doctor Strange show up? Captain Marvel? The X-Men? NFL SuperPro? The opportunities are endless.

One question that keeps coming up: will we ever see Netflix’s Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, or Punisher on the big screen with Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans? This may surprise you, but the Russos don’t know; however, they’re open to the challenge of spreading the Marvel love.

“We do consider everyone,” said Anthony Russo. “We don’t want to get too specific about what’s going to happen with these movies. We want these movies to be a surprise for audiences.”

“What we did in Civil War is exactly what we want to do in the Avengers — no matter how much screen time a character has, you can still have a lot of ambition for what you do with that character while you have them,” said Anthony, pointing to Ant-Man’s short but memorable appearance in Civil War as an example. (Via the Toronto Sun)

There you have it: “We do consider everyone.” That means Spider-Ham is at least on the list.