While the title of the fourth Avengers movie remains a mystery, fans across the Internet have been rabidly speculating over what the Marvel blockbuster could be called.
One name that has been thrown around more than any other seems to be Avengers: End Game, with a new ‘leak’ seemingly proving this accurate.
Trent Opaloch – who acted as cinematographer on Captain America: Civil War, Winter Soldier and Avengers: Infinity War – updated his resume page to include the upcoming Avengers movie, titling the movie Avengers: End Game.
Whether a simple mistake revealing a working title or perhaps the actual title, the addition has since been removed and now simply reads Avengers 4.
The phrase “end game” has used multiple times already throughout the Russo Brothers-directed Marvel movies. First up, Tony Stark calls Thanos the “end game” during Avengers: Age of Ultron after having a Scarlett Witch-induced dream. Come Infinity War and Doctor Strange ominously tells Stark – after he has given Thanos the Time Stone during the finale – that “we’re in the end game now”.
However, the Russo Brothers have pretty much rubbished this theory already. When asked by Uproxx whether the title of the fourth Avengers movie was spoken during in Infinity War, the duo answered “no” but hinted: “It’s certainly grounded in the narrative that we have been following throughout the MCU – very well grounded…”
The directors have spoken multiple times about the title over the past few months – you can read about all the theories here.
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