Despite an initial title build that divides the films into "Part One" and "Part Two," the scriptwriters of the new film say the next two Avengers films are as diverse as "Ant-Man" and "Black Panther." ". 19659002] "Harry Potter" did it, and also "Twilight", "Divergent" and "The Hunger Games". And for a few years, it seemed Hollywood's franchise was slapping on it, too – splitting the finished movie into two. When the third and fourth "Avengers" movies were announced in October 2014, Marvel's original title treatment pointed to two films that broke away from an idea, including "Avengers: Infinity War Part I" and "Avengers: Infinity War Part II" When "Captain America: Civil War" was released in May 201
4, the joint title had been thrown overboard.
As the scriptwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely explain, this seemingly small selection means something much bigger: a tight separation between two films so clear that they can come from quite different genres.
"I would say it's more a matter of labeling and branding than the movies we tell," McFeely explained. "Part I" and "Part II" implies that you've taken a big chunk of source material, you cut it in the middle, you took a famous book, you cut it in half, you charge people twice. We clearly did not do that. We do not take history everyone knows and halve it arbitrarily. We were just trying to tell two big movies that were somehow related. "
Markus interrupted:" But are very different.
Despite the change in the title, the scriptwriters insist that nothing has actually changed on the site, and they always intended to write a few separate stories. "They are really different," McFeely said. "So we did not change our course, it was just the labeling that was disingenuous and did us no favor, I can not emphasize enough: Literally nothing changed in any way but the title of the movie."
Nonetheless, they remain inherent Connections between the films – both part of a larger story and a series in it – remain intact. "Although we do not call the movie" Part I "or the next" Part II "like all our films, it connects with the movies and of course with the next Avengers movie" Feige
So, only like are these films different?
"Avengers: Infinity War"
"We treated it like different genres," said McFeely. "I know, Marvel gets a rap for like," all Marvel movies are alike, "and I find the BS." Ant-Man "is not, Black Panther & # 39; it just is not fair, that's right rather like that, it's more like the difference between 'Ant-Man' and 'Black Panther'. "
This is a feeling that also reproduced fig, and while being characteristically cautious was, when asked about the specific differences between the films, he could confirm the claim of "different genres". "Although we have not started working on the Avengers 4 & # 39; marketing campaign yet, I'm not sure if it will happen until people actually see the movie, but that was the idea," said Fig. "To make two very different films."
Feige added that it was always Marvel's intention to "try out all sorts of genres and all sorts of films, and I think we've done that over the past 19 years with movies that lead to Infinity War." Movies that will lead to "Avengers 4" next year and certainly [we] we want to continue doing that. "
Do not look at" Infinity War "to give too much clues as to what happened in his follow-up. will come up. "[After you see the film] I think you probably have less ideas of what it will be than you are doing now," said Markus. "I will say so."