Bringing a huge roster of characters together is a tough feat but still representing their environments is probably even tougher. Still, it is an important aspect of comic book movies, audiences want a glimpse of each character’s stomping grounds. The movie needs to showcase a little New York, a little Wankanda, and other hotspots in the Marvel Universe. This will widen the scale of the movie and increase the spectacle of the storytelling, it will make audiences feel like their going on a “road trip” with the Avengers. Rumor has it that the climax of the film will end in space or another dimension, either way the story should span the globe and beyond.
2) Team Action:
Action is important in a movie this size but the quality of action is even more important. Team-ups between characters not seen together before are very essential to the movie itself. One of the key team-ups audiences want to see is Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, seeing their powers interact with each other will be an awesome sight to behold. The character combos in this film should be endless and spectacular, fulfilling the imaginations of millions of comic book fans. Chemistry on the battlefield will be tested, mistakes will be made and audiences are ready to see how all these heroes' personalities come together.
1) Villain (Thanos):
Marvel has yet to produce the perfect villain; Loki had worked in the past but isn’t the most intimidating character. Thanos with his mighty Infinity Gauntlet should send chills down the spines of audiences. This is arguably Marvel’s mightiest villain and it should feel that way in the film. This villain should not just represent brute strength but should concoct a memorable plot to defeat the Avengers. His intellect is almost more important than what he can do physically to the team. His inevitable defeat has to be satisfying and flow with the story--can’t be cheesy and predictable. This is Marvel’s chance to show the world they have the writers to create a satisfying villain.