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What is the title of Avengers 4?

The title for Avengers 4 is Avengers: Endgame. The title for the next film in the franchise was revealed in December of 2018 along with a trailer for the movie, although the film, which was shot at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, GA primarily, had a working title of "Mary Lou 2," when it was in production in late-2017.

When Does The New Avengers Movie Hit Theaters?

The new Avengers movie, Avengers: Endgame will hit theaters on April 26th, 2019 in the United States. The film is directed by the Russo Brothers, who previously have made such films as Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Captain America: Civil War (2016), and Avengers: Infinity War (2018), but also has ties to the television world having been involved in TV such series as Arrested Development (2003-06) and Community (2009-15).

How many Avengers movies are there?

There have been three Avengers movies to date. The first, Marvel's The Avengers hit theaters back in 2012. Next, was Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015). The latest movie, Avengers: Infinity War premiered in theaters in April of 2018.

How much money have the Avengers movies made?

To date, Marvel's Avengers has made over $1.5 Billion dollars. Avengers: Age of Ultron has made $1.4 Billion dollars with the latest, Avengers: Infinity War netting over $2 Billion dollars to date, which all reflect, not only the domestic box office but also international, as well.

Which Avengers comic books are the Avengers movies based on?

2018's Avengers: Infinity War was inspired by Jim Starlin's 1991 Marvel Avengers comic book The Infinity Gauntlet and Jonathan Hickman's 2013 Infinity comic books. Perhaps, of the three movies thus far, Avengers: Age of Ultron has the most confusing origins. Allegedly not based on the 2013 Age of Ultron comic series, producers have suggested that the storyline for Ultron was derived from decades of Avengers story arcs over any one source. 2012's Marvel's Avengers, originally conceived by screenwriter Zac Penn, was written within the mythos that had been established in the comic book series once it first appeared in the early-1960s. There are references in the Marvel's Avengers 2012 movie from Avengers comic issues such as Issue #40, Avengers Issue #16, 1973's Avengers #111, 1977's Avengers #165, and 1964's Avengers #4. Since Avengers: Endgame will act as a kind of continuation of Avengers: Infinity War, the script for Endgame is also inspired by aspects of Jim Starlin's 1991 Marvel Avengers book as well as Jonathan Hickman's 2013 Infinity book.

Who wrote Avengers: Endgame?

The screenplay for Avengers: Endgame was written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, who also wrote Avengers: Infinity War as well as Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), Thor: Dark World (2013), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) as well as such non-Marvel related blockbusters as The Chronicles of Narnia (2005) and Michael Bay's Pain & Gain (2013).

Will Avengers: Endgame be the biggest Marvel movie ever?

Given the success of the previous film and how it ended, it's likely, that Avengers: Endgame will be the biggest Marvel film to date, likely grossing over $2.5 Billion dollars at the box office.

Why does everyone hate the ending of Avengers: Infinity War?

Because, unlike the previous Avengers movies, many of the characters from the previous films were suggested to have been killed in one fashion or another during the last 30 minutes of the movie.

Why is Avengers: Endgame causing so much hype?

It's because of how many of the characters are thought to have died in Avengers: Infinity War. Nearly 50% of the characters in Avengers: Infinity were presumably killed off in the last few minutes of Avengers: Infinity War, so the film and the trailer when it was revealed in December of 2018 caused a stir because audiences got a sneak peak at characters that people, for many months, thought might be dead and at some that likely might be coming back for Endgame.

Does Stan Lee have a cameo in Avengers: End Game?

Probably. There have been rumors swirling around on the internet that suggest that Stan Lee, in fact, will have a cameo in the film which the creator of the Avengers shot before his death in late-2018 when the film was shooting in the later parts of 2017.

Who is in the Avengers Endgame cast 2019 movie?

Although, it's difficult to know who will be back live on the screen or in flashback or in some other fashion, the usual cast has been reassembled: Brie Larson, Karen Gillan, Chris Hemsworth, Bradley Cooper, Josh Brolin, Scarlett Johansson, Elizabeth Olsen, Robert Downey Jr., Tom Holland, Chris Evans, Paul Rudd, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jon Favreau, Jeremy Renner, Chadwick Boseman, Tilda Swinton, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Ruffalo, and Don Cheadle.

What can we expect Avengers: Endgame?

It's difficult to know. But obviously, Marvel Fans are passionate about the franchise and have expectations and hopes for the conclusion, which has caused a rash of fan theories to surface on the internet when it comes to thinking about the ending of Infinity War and what we can expect in Endgame, and it's driven fans of the franchise to theorize on exactly what can be expected such as: Pepper Potts going to Titan to save Tony Stark. That Thor will build an army in Alfheim. That Tony Stark and Steven Rogers will die. That Hawkeye is actually a Skrull or is currently Ronin. That Pepper Potts will be the one that will get revenge on Thanos. That Ant-Man and Doctor Strange will team up and help save the Avengers, but on the flip side, it's possible that Ant-Man's appearance is also a trick. Another theory is that Thanos is already gone, but before he left, he split the universe i.e. reality into two separate parts. Other ideas suggest that the only way to beat Thanos will be for the Avengers to travel back in time, and that Loki didn't actually die.

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