It looks like production for the second installment in Marvel's two-part Avengers movie event is expected to wrap up in January.
Fans might have expected filming for Avengers 4 to take much longer, however, Marvel star Sebastian Stan tells Collider that production on the Avengers: Infinity War sequel might be scheduled to wrap up by the middle of January next year.
"I think January 13, maybe. Maybe not. It might keep going. It will be the one movie that will have shot the longest. Actually, it's two movies, so that's technically different," Stan says.
It might feel like forever to Marvel's Avengers cast. The studio's had back to back productions for Infinity War and Avengers 4, starting work on the first film back in January this year and then ending principal photography in the middle of July with additional filming in Scotland, Atlanta, and New York. Filming for Avengers 4 began shortly work on Infinity War wrapped.
There's definitely a lot of excitement building over Marvel's two-part Avengers movie. The studio rolled out the first trailer for Infinity War about one week ago, and the previews raked in a lot of views online. Fans have been busy dissecting the video online and everyone's gearing up to watch the movie on the big screen next year.
Avengers: Infinity War is slated to premiere May 4, 2018, while Avengers 4 is set to debut in cinemas May 3, 2019.