'Infinity War' cinematographer accidentally reveals Avengers 4 title, deletes post
Ever since the latest Avengers film, Avengers: Infinity War ended on an abrupt note there’s been talks of the next film from the franchise, tentatively referred to as the Avengers 4. While fans have been curious as to when the film will come out, some have also been asking what it will be called, to gain some cues on its climax.
In a strange incident, Avengers 4 choreographer posted the name of the next film by mistake and removed it when he probably judged the error. Avengers: Infinity War, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War cinematographer Trent Opaloch shared his list of credits on his website. The one name included in this list is of Avengers: End Game -- that many of us think is the name for the next Avengers film.
While we would have rubbished any such prompt of name goof up, but since this comes from a reliable source like the cinematographer himself, it makes us curious.
See the screenshots of his website before he took it down and after:
In the last film, super villain Thanos kills half the universe’s population, including half the Avengers. Doctor Strange meditates and calculates the various outcomes of the heroes’ battle with Thanos, and says that there is just one scenario in which they win. This scenario is likely to be explored in Avengers 4. The film is due to be out in May 2019.
Avengers 3 and 4 were initially announced as Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and 2. Both films were shot back-to-back - so that it gets easier to work with almost two dozen stars featured in the film.
The film made history by crossing the $2 billion mark at the worldwide box office. It is only the fourth film ever to do this.