More Avengers news headed your way, but this time it isn’t all about Infinity War. Recently the story broke that Avengers 4 and Infinity War were no longer part one and part two, but they have become their own stories with their own twists and spins. Even though both films were filmed back-to-back in 2017 and were originally written as all one film, Joe Russo explained that they just don’t work as part one and part two anymore.
With Avengers 4 being untitled and set to release May 2019, we are lacking in the information department, but we do know that Captain Marvel will make an appearance in 4 instead of Infinity War. We also know that it may dabble in time travel and that the stories will tie in together somehow. However, we are not sure how the two will connect and the co-screenwriters explain how important it is two see both parts! Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus put a unique spin on explaining the two movies.
“Can’t have the second one without the first one. But our hope is that it’s breakfast, and then lunch.”– McFeely
“It does not feel like you hit pause, and then unpaused it. It is two very different [movies].” -Markus
With the discussion Joe Russo had earlier in the month, and the semi mysterious quotes from the co-Screenwriters, it leaves a lot to the imagination on how the two movies will fit together and how different they really will be.
Catch Avengers: Infinity War next month, April 27th, for ‘breakfast’, and catch the final trailer again as well.
How do you feel about Avengers no longer being part one and two? Do you have your tickets for Infinity War yet? Be sure to tell us all of your thoughts on both films in the comment section down below!