It's a stretch, but does Infinity War foreshadow the obvious coming of the Fantastic Four by highlighting their powers? I've seen the movie a few times now and the more I see it, the more I'm convinced that yes it does. To me, just a few scenes kind of give the Fantastic Four a little nudge. Scene 1: The battle in New York. Power 1. As Tony, Bruce, Strange and Wong are about ready to battle Cull Obsidian and Ebony Maw, paraphrasing here but Tony asks Bruce "Where's your guy?" Bruce replies "I don't know, we're sort of having a THING." Tony replies, "There's no time for a THING, that's a THING right there." As he points to a charging Cull Obsidian. Obsidian is a form of rock right? And remember they chose to rename his original name of Black Dwarf to Cull Obsidian. There is also bricks on the floor as Cull Obsidian is charging. Scene 2: Guardians of The Galaxy intro scene. Power 2. The song playing is RUBBERBAND MAN and the lyrics go something like, Hey Ya'll prepare yourself for the RUBBERBAND MAN. Then the camera pans out and the only show 4 of the Guardians. 1 of which is female. Scene 3: Drax pretending he is INVISIBLE. Power 3 Scene 4: Thor takes the full force of the star. Power 4 What is a star? A sun. What do suns do. They burn. Thor is on fire as they are trying to make the STORMBREAKER. Which Fantastic Four has the power of fire? Johnny STORM. So scene 1 highlights strength, Ben Grimm, The Thing. Scene 2 elasticity, Reed Richards, Mr Fantastic. Scene 3 Sue Storm, invisibility. Scene 4, fire, Johnny Storm. I said it was a stretch.