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Gamora and Nebula’s on-set outfits may just hint at a big flashback in Avengers 4

Avengers 4 speculation will pop up because of anything and everything including, incredibly enough, charity donation videos. Intrigued? Read on to find out why Gamora and Nebula’s choice of costumes hint at a possible flashback for Thanos’ offspring.

The fourth Avengers movie, which is currently filming now, was the backdrop for a recent Red Cross charity pledge (h/t ComicBook.com (opens in new tab)) that not only showed off Ant-Man and the Wasp (opens in new tab) decked out in their full gear but a retro-looking Gamora and Nebula, rocking their first Guardians of the Galaxy (opens in new tab) threads.

As Redditor hellatired (me too, me too) points out (opens in new tab), their looks bear a striking resemblance to their on-screen debuts. Unless the pair brushed off the cobwebs from their old outfits, it would seem that we’re getting a flashback scene in Avengers 4 which, y’know, makes sense as it all revolves around daddy dearest, Thanos. We might even get a glimpse at the sisters’ sparring scenes too, which would be neat.

That’s not to say it’s as cut-and-dry as there simply being a flashback but, come on, who wouldn’t want the children of Thanos to share some screen-time (and sibling side-eye) with the other Children of Thanos? That stuff writes itself.

Avengers 4 may be two years out but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to read about: a few pesky set photos have spoiled a big question from Spider-Man: Homecoming (opens in new tab) and – if you’re wondering why Avengers 4 doesn’t have a title yet – it’s because it would be a spoiler (opens in new tab). So there.

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