Avengers 4 Director Joe Russo Inviting Fans To New Q&A Session

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November 08, 2018  10:50 AM

 

Marvel fans were left with a whole lot of burning questions after watching Avengers: Infinity War and now with Avengers 4 six months away from its big premiere, director Joe Russo is ready to give out a few answers to the fanbase.

Posting on the twitter account that he shares with his brother and Avengers 4 co-director Anthony Russo,  Joe has just announced a new Question-and-Answer session open to everyone who’s got questions for the Marvel director. According to the new post, the filmmaker is “taking over the IG of his new cocktail bar @duellobar for an exclusive Q&A this Thursday, November 8 at 10 am PT.”

Without any notice limiting what kind of questions that Joe might want to take, this new Q&A session allows Marvel fans to ask anything they want to know about Avengers 4. It isn’t easy worrying about the fate of fan-favorite characters like Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), and it would be nice to get a little reassurance from one of Avengers 4’s directors.

Of course, fans should remember that this new question-and-answer session isn’t going to necessarily mean that Joe is going to give away the secrets of his two-part Avengers movie. Both of the Russo Brothers have been very careful to keep spoilers from leaking to the public, so we doubt that the filmmakers are going to act all complacent now just because there’s a promised Q&A session.

Still, there’s nothing wrong with trying. Fans can ask all the questions they like and hope that Joe Russo’s going to give away a few hints.

Avengers 4 makes its big premiere on May 3, 2019.

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