Avengers 4 Cinematographer Trent Opaloch recently updated his resume on his website with a title for the upcoming Avengers 4 film.
Omega Underground published this title once it was discovered, and soon after Opaloch reverted the resumé listing back to the Avengers 4 working title-though that did not stop hundreds of screengrabs of Avengers: End Game from circling the Internet.
Some fans already assumed that the fourth instalment would take the title of "Avengers: End Game", citing the last line in the most recent edition of the franchise, "Avengers: Infinity War".
From now on, the Trent group has got rid of the credit and it's written as Avengers 4.
During Infinity War, Doctor Strange saves Tony Stark/Ironman's life by giving Thanos the Time Stone. Let us know in comments below. The film makers later decided against naming Avengers 4 as Infinity War Part 2 with director Joe Russo describing the movies as two different movies.
Avengers: Infinity War may be getting an extended cut featuring a more extensive look at the film's main antagonist, Thanos. However, he would add that it's grounded in the narrative of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), "It's certainly grounded in the narrative that we have been following throughout the MCU - very well grounded..."
The Avengers 4 film is scheduled to release in May 2019. "And bigger. We're very pleased with how it's shaping up".
"That'll be after the Captain Marvel teaser probably, announcing that title".
Well, we have a year to wait and find out.
Jim Starlin, the creator of Thanos, confirmed this and that much of Thanos' story was cut out from Infinity War.