The title for what was once officially named Part II of the Avengers: Infinity War Saga Infinity Gauntlet excluded
Avengers 4 remains untitled, with guesses such as Avengers: Forever still vital in the mix, but the Jim Starlin comic series, The Thanos & # 39; travel in Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel in May 2019 will not adapt the name of the 1991 comics.
"That's definitely not what it's called," Feige said to Collider when he was asked if the title of is Avengers 4 Infinity Gauntlet . "Maybe not so named."
Perhaps a little bit of the hype that called the Avengers 4 title an obvious spoiler for Avengers: Infinity War Fig figured new and less exciting reasons for the title to be withheld
"If we announce the title, I'm not sure, but as I've probably told you, it's overkill," Feige said. "It's just going to be a name and the reason to hold it back was to draw attention to Infinity War which went a bit backwards because everyone now thinks what the next name will be It Infinity War ] We did not want to call it Part 1
Regardless of the Avengers 4 title, ComicBook.com has learned a lot about directing duo Anthony and Joe Russo." You can not go on hunting because you're in trouble, "Joe Russo told ComicBook.com. What you can hunt is storytelling. So everything is based on history for us. Obviously, this is greater than Civil War because we have more than twice the number of characters, and It's Thanos, and it's cosmic. The mission is the universe. You can not be much taller than that.
In a later interview (not seen in the above video), the directors went into more detail about what they expect the year between Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel feel like for fans.  "I think the reaction is that in Winter Soldier and Civil War we like complicated stories," said Joe Russo. "We like stories that are within limits. And Thanos is the toughest villain they've ever encountered, and it will cost these heroes a lot to beat him. We like robust concepts and I think that when people are done with the movie, hopefully this is a cathartic experience for them and they find that it was a worthy conclusion for 10 years of film production. As for storytelling, they wanted to be sure that the sprawling epic ended a journey with Infinity War while seeds were also planted for what comes later. "It was important to us because we wanted the experience we wanted to have at the end of this story to be the feeling of emotional accomplishment. In terms of what the narrative was in the movie, "said Anthony Russo," and hopefully they have the same feeling … It's serialized storytelling. The mission was not to make a long movie, get the scissors out and cut them in half. Because that was never the most fulfilling cinematic expression. So for us the commitment was to try a beginning, a middle and an end and a beginning, a middle and an end to it.
The Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War now plays in theaters. Ants and the Wasp are due to be released on July 6, 2018. It will be followed by Captain Marvel on March 6, 2019, and the unnamed Avengers 4 will do its utmost to bow to the Marvel Cinematic Universe on May 3, 2019. Leave your Marvel questions and questions Thoughts in the comments section below or send them to @BrandonDavisBD on Twitter!