Did Google just reveal a MAJOR Avengers: Endgame and Wolverine spoiler?


Avengers: Endgame could be set to be an even bigger film than fans initially thought.

Fans of the Marvel franchise have discovered a potential spoiler that could see a fan-favourite character appear in the movie.

In Infinity War, Thanos wiped out half of the population, which included a large proportion of the Avengers and characters fro the wider franchise.

Things are set to change during Endgame, but it looks like Google could have revealed something major.

Fans noticed that Googling “famous Hugh Jackman movies” lists Avengers: Endgame among his other films.

The X-Men movies are on the list, of course, as are titles such as The Greatest Showman and Les Misérables.

But fans are hoping this means that Australian actor Hugh could be returning to his role as Wolverine for Endgame.

There has been no news or confirmation on Wolverine’s participation in the Avengers movies, so is this a Google mistake or something more solid?

Avengers and Wolverine

SPOILERS: Did Google reveal Wolverine will be in Avengers: Endgame? (Pic: Disney/Fox)

Famous Hugh Jackman movies

SUSPICIOUS: Google lists Avengers: Endgame as a ‘famous Hugh Jackman movie’ (Pic: Google)

Earlier this year, Avengers director Joe Russo said that members of the X-Men and Deadpool will make appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

This was because of a deal made between Disney, which releases MCU movies, and Fox, which oversaw the X-Men films.

Could this mean that it’s happening sooner than anyone thought?

Nothing is set in stone yet, as far as we know, as Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige said there had been no plans made.


FAN-FAVOURITE: Wolverine is an iconic movie and comic character (Pic: Fox)


COMING SOON: Avengers Endgame is released in April 2019 (Pic: Disney)

The trailer for Avengers: Endgame was released earlier this month and gave fans a glimpse of what is to come.

It’s thought there will be some sort of time-jump during the movie, which is slated to be three hours long.

Luckily, fans don’t have too long to wait, as it’s scheduled for release in April 2019.

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