Feige Says Avengers 4 Title Secrecy 'Blown Out Of Proportion'

Thor Ragnarok end credits scenes could set up Infinity War

MARVELThor Ragnarok end credits scenes could set up Avengers Infinity War

In Marvel and Sony's first joint-venture bringing the third version of Spider-Man to the big screen, many wondered what potential problems could arise as two studios try to work together for the greater good of the character.

"But suffice to say, only in limited cases do we ever actually say what the actual years are because we never want to be tied down to a particular year and I think people assume that whenever the movie is released is when is when the movie is taking place, and that is not the case."

Marvel Studios used to be known for announcing the release dates and titles of its upcoming movies years ahead of the film's scheduled premieres, but it seems like the team behind Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4 have been holding on to the official title of the second installment in the two-part Avengers movie.

Feige compared what Marvel is about to do to what Lucasfilm did for Star Wars.

"We are going to be publishing an official... timeline".

The thought of Marvel movies having their own Comic-Con-like celebration-with heroes like Thor, Iron Man, and Captain America moderating panels, releasing sneak-peek footage at forthcoming pics, and interacting with fans on a more personal level-certainly sounds appealing, and makes sense from a ton of different perspectives. It was earlier revealed that the character's standalone origin film will take place in the 1990s. but now, fans are curious to know the whereabouts of the character (Carol Danvers) during all the events that took place so far in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the 90s. Do we have to get through Infinity War to get that title?

Marvel's next movie, Thor: Ragnarok, will be released on November 3, 2017. The Avengers is believed by all to take place in the year it was released, 2012.

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