As far back as Joss Whedon got on board for The Avengers, the MCU has been working up to a climactic standoff including Thanos. The last two Avengers movies were titled Infinity War Part 1 and 2, separately. As of late, every one of that has changed, as the fourth film has dropped that title, and the third film is basically titled Infinity War. Many trusted that the storyline for the last two movies had changed, yet it gives the idea that the last film’s title is a spoiler of sorts.
Taking a seat with Kevin Feige amid the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 squeeze day, Cinemablend got an opportunity to inquire as to whether the fourth film’s title is a spoiler.
Kevin Feige: “Yeah, for sure.”
This is fascinating for Marvel since they’ve generally tended to report their movies far ahead of time. Going ahead, it’ll be intriguing to see when they report the title of the fourth film, perhaps abandoning it at as a bother toward the finish of Infinity War?
With respect to name change, it’s open to question if Thanos will at present show up in the second spin-off. While the appropriate response is likely a yes, Feige remarked on his nearness with an exceptionally obscure answer in regards to the two movies.
Kevin Feige: “They’re two very different movies. That’s all I’ll say.”
Avengers: Infinity War will hits theaters on May 4th, 2018.