Retaining the title of Avengers 4 was intended to hold Avengers: Infinity War in the center Attention, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige says IGN but the secret around his name is "counterproductive."
Feige and company "have not decided exactly" when to reveal the title of Avengers 4 but the commotion around his name has "gone completely out of control," he says.
"And now he will not have the opportunity to live up to the expectations of what he is going to be," Feige explains. "And it was a bit counterproductive, if I'm honest with you, because the idea was not to talk about that, so the goal was to be in [ Infinity War ]"
It will still be "quite a long time" before that the title be announced, according to directors Anthony and Joe Russo, but the decision to maintain links with the Marvel Studios announcement of Phase 3 by the end of 2014.
Announcing the return to return Avengers films – along with future blockbusters Captain America: Civil War and Black Panther – stolen some of those who would soon be released Avengers sequel, Joss Whedon Avengers: Age of Ultron that would not fall for another six months in May 2015.
" Ultron had not come out at that point and I felt a little sensation of , Well, God, we have to talk about the movies that That's what we've been working on for a lot more, and that's what's available to our audience, "Feige says," but when we talked about that much later, that got a lot of attention. "
The sequel to Infinity War will not have a subtitle of "Part 2," as originally announced, but the pair of movies are "directly connected, since many of our movies They are but more than many of our other films, "says Feige.
"People will want to know what happens immediately at the end of [ Infinity War ]."
ComicBook.com revealed that Monday's fans should prepare for a The Walking Dead -suggested cliffhanger, but both films will offer two full movies instead of one half now, half a year later.
"The mission was not to make a long film and take out the scissors and cut it in half," says Anthony Russo. "Because it has never been the most rewarding cinematic expression, then for us, the commitment was to try to put a beginning, middle and end to this, and a beginning, middle and end to that"
Avengers: Infinity War opens on Thursday.