It looks like Marvel fans are going to have to wait for quite a while for Marvel to announce the actual title of Avengers 4.
While some might have hoped that the Russo brothers would drop Avengers 4's title during the post and end credits sequence of Avengers: Infinity War, Joe Russo tells Yahoo! Movies U.K. that fans shouldn't expect the title for Avengers 4 anytime soon.
"It's going to be quite a long while before people see that title," the director confirmed. "We need people to see this movie, digest this movie, and then we can tell them what the next story is they're going to see."
According to Joe and his brother Anthony, the title of Avengers 4 was originally going to be Avengers: Infinity War Part Two, however, the two changed their mind after they realized how different Infinity War and its sequel actually were.
"It's serialized storytelling without question so there is going to be a correlation, narratively, but we really wanted to make two distinct movies. We weren't interested in making one long film and getting out the scissors and cutting the scissors and cutting it in half," Joe explained. "We don't find that a satisfying cinematic experience so this is a complete story, that's a complete story, and they're very different movies."
We wonder what exactly this difference might be. Guess we'll just have to keep ourselves busy with Infinity War and worry about Avengers 4 later.
Avenges: Infinity War premieres April 27.