Say it ain’t so, Joe.
Whereas collaborating in an Instagram Q&A session, Joe Russo, the co-director of Marvel’s extremely anticipated and still-untitled “Avengers 4” movie, revealed a little bit of what to anticipate from the follow-up to “Infinity Struggle.” Probably the most stunning reveal through the interview could be once we’ll see a trailer.
“You could or could not see it earlier than the calendar turns 2019,” Russo mentioned.
The trailer for “Avengers: Infinity Struggle” got here out in November 2017, and the movie was launched April 27 (its unique launch date was Could 4). Equally, “Avengers 4″ is scheduled to return out Could 3, 2019, so individuals have simply assumed a teaser would come out this month, however now that’s up within the air.
Russo was additionally requested if the stakes can be increased within the subsequent “Avengers” movie. “Completely,” he mentioned. “A hundred percent. I imply, the best of any of the movies up to now. With out query.” That’s fairly an announcement on condition that the stakes in “Infinity Struggle” had been the loss of life of half of all life within the universe.
Russo additionally revealed that, although they’re solely midway by the modifying course of, the present runtime for the movie is about three hours. He says that may not maintain, but when it does it could make it the longest Marvel film ever made.
Earlier than “Avengers 4” comes out in Could, Brie Larson’s “Captain Marvel” will hit theaters March 8.
- This text initially appeared on HuffPost.