It is evident that, in recent years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going through a complicated stage. The quality of their productions has fallen and the expectation generated is no longer the same as before. Except Spider-Man: No Way Home, no other series or movie has become an entertainment phenomenon. For this reason, those led by Mickey mouse They would be considering bringing back the original Avengers.
According to the information of Varietyone of the most reputable media in Hollywood, Bob Iger, director of Disney, is the one who is promoting the return of the original Avengers to produce a new crossover. The manager, aware of Marvel’s debacle in both film and television, believes that bringing back Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark / Iron Man) and Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) would be the solution to their problems. Of course, there is no mention of Chris Evans (Captain America).
The heroes of Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth and Jeremy Renner are still part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Therefore, they would just have to reunite them with their old companions again.
However, there are several points that Marvel Studios would have to resolve to finalize the return of the original Avengers. Firstly, it must not be forgotten that Tony Stark and Black Widow died in Avengers: Endgame. Consequently, they would have to propose a narrative proposal to justify his resurrection.
The good news is that the Multiverse, the central axis of the current plot of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, could help solve the issue. The fact of connecting with different realities facilitates the appearance of some variants of the original Avengers.
The aforementioned media makes it clear that, although the possibility of seeing the original Avengers again is an option that is being analyzed, Marvel Studios has not yet made a final decision. And, if they give the green light to their plan, they would then have to convince the actors.
Robert Downey Jr. and Scarlett Johansson, knowing very well what their characters mean, could take advantage of the situation to cash in stratospheric salaries. Disney, then, would have to study whether it is worth breaking the bank. If this surprise move allows them to save the future of their superhero movies, have no doubt they will do it.
Another reason that would lead Marvel to sign the return of the original Avengers is that Jonathan Majors, who plays Kang the Conqueror—and his variants—has become a headache for Marvel. Not only because of his delicate problems with the law, but also because the box office Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania did not meet expectations. Let us remember that it was the first major appearance of the villain, destined to take over from the iconic Thanos.
Thus, the Marvel Cinematic Universe need figures to attract the spotlight again. No character has managed to fill the eggs left by Iron Man and Black Widow. Even if this idea comes true, It is worrying that Disney and Marvel are so dependent on the original Avengers.