It seems that Spider-Man and Doctor Stephen Strange will form a strange alliance during the course of "Avengers: Infinity War" storyline.

The Web-Slinger meets the Sorcerer Supreme

The third "Avengers" film will feature Earth's Mightiest Heroes facing the Mad Titan Thanos and his children, The Black Order for Infinity Stones. But, it will take more than them to stop them as several heroes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe will need to unite in the movie.

Two of these heroes are Peter Parker/Spider-Man and the future Sorcerer Supreme Doctor Strange. A photo from Reddit forum, r/marvelstudios featured a behind-the-scene footage of the two heroes working together as Peter sports his new Iron Spider suit in the film, which originally came from ending sequence of "Spider-Man: Homecoming.

There is also a dialogue in the scene, although it's blurred, the text reads that Doctor Strange told Spider-Man to "Protect Them. They're not dead." Additionally, the first row bottom of the photo featured Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch lying on a pile of rubble, while the next top box sees a white-haired character, hinting that Wanda's brother Pietro aka Quicksilver could be alive in "Infinity War" film.

It is an important note that the actor who plays Quicksilver, Aaron Taylor-Johnson was not officially part of the cast in the third "Avengers" film since the character died during the events of "Avengers: Age of Ultron."

Captain Marvel appearance teased

Aside from Doctor Strange and Spider-Man team-up, "Avengers: Infinity War" could also set up the MCU appearance of Carol Danvers a.k.a.

the future Captain Marvel.

The "Captain Marvel" film will be set between the third and fourth "Avengers" movies as the co-director Ryan Fleck posted a photo of Instagram, thanking several United States Air Force cadets while scouting for locations for the movie. There is also a new casting call for military officers next month, with a mandatory uniform fitting on August 14.

While the presence of military forces in "Avengers: Infinity War" will not be a huge surprise, the online casting call and Fleck's Instagram photo could hint the potential of appearance Brie Larson's Carol Danvers in the film, since she is an Air Force Major in the comics.

The film could also feature Carol piloting her jet against Thanos's forces in "Infinity War," before she could get her powers in "Captain Marvel" film.

Captain Marvel's presence in the Avengers could potentially give way to future projects for the next phase in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

"Avengers: Infinity War" is set to premier on May 4, 2018.

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