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Runtime Revealed! – It Could Be The Longest Marvel Film Ever. ‘Avengers 4’

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Runtime Revealed! – It Could Be The Longest Marvel Film Ever. ‘Avengers 4’

It appears like Marvel’s heroes would be needing more time to defeat Thanos in the 4th installment of the Avengers franchise, as the Co-director Joe Russo is reported to have said that the highly anticipated MCU movie could be its longest ever, as of now.

Russo was quoted to have said that Avengers 4 is the longest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie yet — at least as it currently stands.”

The running time on Avengers 4 is currently sitting right at three hours. We’ll see if that holds,” Hollywood Reporter quoted him as saying during an Instagram chat to promote his new bar, Duello, in downtown Los Angeles.

Reacting to a question about where the movie is in terms of post-production, he said:

“We’re about halfway through the editing process. We’re really just scratching the surface on our VFX shots. There are more than 3,000 VFX shots in the movie; those require a lot of time and thought and energy and effort, and we’re very early in the phase of getting VFX done.”

“We’ve just started work with Alan Silvestri on the score, and we’re still editing picture at this point.”

Russo, who is directing the film along with his brother Anthony, did not reveal the name of the film but he did promise that it would live up to fans’ expectations and that the stakes of the film were “the highest of any of the films to date, without question”.

Presently, “Avengers: Infinity War,” which holds the Marvel MCU runtime record with a length of two hours, forty minutes, is the highest grossing Marvel movie ever after collecting over 2 billion dollars worldwide.

The movie is expected to be out on May 3, 2019.

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Premier League set to resume on June 17

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All 92 remaining Premier League games this season to be broadcast live; PL confirms games behind closed doors

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United and Manchester City vs Arsenal are scheduled to be the first two games when the Premier League resumes next month before the first full round of matches starting from Friday, June 19.

A statement read: “Premier League Shareholders today agreed to a new provisional restart date for the 2019/20 season of Wednesday 17 June, provided that all safety requirements are in place.

“Aston Villa v Sheffield United and Manchester City v Arsenal – postponed due to the Carabao Cup Final – will now take place on 17 June, followed by a full match round beginning on Friday 19 June. Due to COVID-19, games will take place behind closed doors.

“Premier League Shareholders also approved a proposal that would see all 92 remaining matches broadcast live in the UK by…

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Breaking News: FIFA cancel 2020 edition of “The Best” awards due to Covid-19 crisis

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FIFA The Best awards for 2020 have been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis as Lionel Messi and Megan Rapinoe will remain reigning champions in the men and women’s categories.
According to Spanish news media outlet Marca, the world football governing body states made the decision in canceling awards ceremony owing to health concerns.
The event was supposed to hold in September, in Milan, Italy, but health conditions have been considered amid the global pandemic.
Barcelona’s Messi who won the 2019 edition beating Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk and Juventus Cristiano Ronaldo.
But Ronaldo still holds the most record for FIFA The Best award wins with two while the other two editions have been won by Luka Modric and Messi.
Rapinoe won the women’s category while Jurgen Klopp and United States handler Jill Ellis scooped the best men and women’s coaches respectively.
It is understood that other football awards including ‘France Football’ and…

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​Oshoala Wins First League Title In Europe As Barcelona Reclaim Primera Iberdro

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Oshoala wins first league title in Europe as Barcelona reclaim Primera Iberdrola crown

The Super Falcons star secured her maiden league diadem with the Catalans due to the coronavirus pandemic
Asisat Oshoala has achieved her dreams in Spain as Barcelona emerged Spanish Primera Iberdrola champions following the abrupt ending of the 2019-20 season.

The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RSFF) made attempts to complete the 2019-20 season but the inability to meet the government’s health protocol dashed their hopes, hence the termination.

The announcement saw Oshoala’s team reclaim the league crown for the first time since 2015 despite being unable to see out their remaining games due to the Covid-19 crisis.

Oshoala, who won her fourth African Women’s Player of the Year crown in January, made an unsuccessful bid to win a league title on her previous spells in Europe with Liverpool and Arsenal.

The same fate she suffered on her initial loan spell at Barcelona…

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BREAKING: The 2019/20 Eredivisie season is cancelled and there will be no champion.

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Ajax denied title as Dutch Eredivisie season declared void

The Dutch league is the first of the major European leagues to be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

There will also be no promotion to the Dutch Eredivisie or relegation from the top flight, following an agreement reached over a video conference call between the Dutch FA (KNVB) and clubs.

The Eredivisie have put forward Ajax to go directly to the play-offs of the Champions League, with AZ playing in the second heat of the Champions League. Third-placed Feyenoord go straight into the group stage of the Europa League with PSV and Willem II qualifying for the second qualifying round for the Europa League.

The settlement of places for European competition next season is subject to confirmation from UEFA.

The Dutch F.A said “it is…

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Harry Maguire exclusive: Manchester United want the title, not just a Champions League spot

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Harry Maguire insists Manchester United want to be challenging for Premier League titles, not just Champions League spots.

Maguire, who joined United from Leicester for £80m last summer, was made captain of the club in January after the departure of Ashley Young, and has enjoyed an impressive first season at Old Trafford.

With the Premier League halted due to the coronavirus crisis, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United sit fifth in the table, three points off the top four but 37 points off leaders Liverpool, having finished 32 points off last season’s champions Manchester City.

But speaking exclusively to Sky Sports’ Gary Neville and Geoff Shreeves forThe Football Show, Maguire says the club’s ambitions are bigger than a Champions League spot, and he can see the improvement, particularly in defence.

“I think you can see from the start of the season we look a lot more like a team, we can probably see where…

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