A new photo shared by Karen Gillan gives fans the first look at Nebula from the Avengers: Infinity War set. What’s more surprising is Marvel’s legendary Stan Lee was also present and posed along with the actress in her photo.
Gillan was covered in a robe but her face was covered with aesthetic art, transforming her into Nebula. Photo is embedded below.
Nebula first appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy and reprised her character for the upcoming sequel. Currently, the character’s role in Avengers: Infinity War is still in shadows.
Earlier in January, Gillan was confirmed to reprise her Marvel character Nebula for Avengers Infinity War. The actress also made the announcement on her Instagram as she traveled back to the states from her home country.
Gillan visited Scotland for the filming of Tupperware Party. The actress wrote and directed the movie. Moreover, she also seems to play the lead role as Lucy.
The production was wrapped in January. Since then, Gillan has been occupied with the filming of Avengers: Infinity War.
Currently, The Guardians of the Galaxy cast are filming their part for Avengers: Infinity War. Photos and short video clips captured by fans in Edinburg revealed Marvel’s Vision played by Paul Bettany filming a scene for the MCU movie. Going by the photos, it looked like the Marvel superhero was filming a fight sequence. but there wasn’t much from the clip to speculate.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 releases on May 5th, 2017. After its release, Avengers: Infinity War will hit theaters a year later on May 4th, 2018.
In other news, a recently shared new clip has hinted the existence of Corvus Glaive, a character that knows no mercy and serves under Thanos.
For more updates on Marvel Cinematic Universe, follow Pursue News on Facebook. Readers can also follow me on Twitter for latest scoops.
/ 2 days ago
For the sake of avoiding any forms of leaks during production, the filmmakers of...
/ 6 days ago
Captain Marvel Director Explains How Annette Bening Filmed Her Character’s Death Scene With No Sleep
Filmmaking is a painstaking process and as studios continue to push limits in an...