New Avengers 4 set photographs bother the arrival of Tony Stark’s Captain America: Civil War innovation named B.A.R.F.. Utilized amid the virtuoso, extremely rich person, playboy altruist’s discussion at MIT, he quickly talked about how his creation commandeers the hippocampus to clear horrendous recollections. Around then, he influenced it to clear that the tech couldn’t change reality however is rather essentially equipped towards helping individuals manage lament and discouragement. Nonetheless, it appears like some new set photographs imply that it could be utilized for something greater. Generation for the following two Avengers motion pictures has at last wrapped up as celebrated by a ginormous cake with Thanos approaching over it. Yet, the most recent couple of days of shooting keep on bringing us some fascinating set photographs that either give us a suspicion of what goes down in the up and coming films or offer more conversation starters with respect to its story. Recently, we saw Steve Rogers donning his unique Captain America uniform as he hangs out with a more seasoned looking Tony Stark and Scott Lang with his refreshed Ant-Man suit energizing longstanding bits of gossip about the likelihood of time travel in the motion picture. Atlanta-based photographer, PassoriJoe, posted a couple of photos from the last few days on the set of Avengers 4. In the snaps, we see the directors, as well as a staff who based on him, carries props around. At first look, it does not seem like there’s nothing special about the images, but upon closer inspection, we see a toolbox that has the label “BINARY AUGMENTED RETRO FRAMING” or as Tony Stark said in Civil War, BARF. Check out the images below. Read More : The Dark World Concept Art t’s important to note that Civil War and the next two Avengers sequels are written and directed by the same people. Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely who reteams with the Russos for the third and fourth time (after working in the last two Captain America films) making it easier for them to plant plot seeds as early as Cap 3 that will have a bigger use down the line. While its introductory use is to help people, particularly Tony, to deal with trauma, he could’ve continued working on it and made it to something that can potentially help him and his team defeat Thanos once and for all. What is more interesting is that it seems like the Russo Brothers are melding both the scientific and mystical parts of MCU in the upcoming narrative, two pockets of the MCU that have been tackled separately. Jane Foster said herself back in the first Thor film that “magic’s just science we don’t understand yet.” Initially, people presumed that Doctor Strange is the primary person who can make time travel feasible granted that he has the Eye of Agamotto (if Ebony Maw fails to retrieve it from him). But it’s easy to forget that with game players such as Stark, Bruce Banner and the whole of Wakanda — with their advance tech capabilities, can concoct something to make the impossible possible. Sure, the lore of the Infinity Gems is still rooted in mysticism, but it has been used in several scientific endeavors over the years, including the creation of the Maximoff twins, as well as Vision in Avengers: Age of Ultron.