Cryptic Avengers 4 Image From Infinity War Director May Be Hiding Something

"Look hard..."

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Avengers 4 is now only seven months from release, but the movie's title has still yet to be announced. While we were told that it wouldn't be revealed until Avengers: Infinity War was released so as not to spoil that movie, four months have gone by since Infinity War hit theaters, and it's now available as a home release. However, in a sign that an announcement could be looming, co-director Joe Russo has taken to Twitter with a mysterious image that might potentially hold some clues. [Update: We've finally learned the title--and it's Avengers: Endgame.]

The picture show Russo sitting alone on an empty soundstage, looking at his laptop. The caption simply reads "look hard," and it does seem there might be four As--as in Avengers 4--hidden in the picture, using the various objects in the room to make the letters. Check out the original image below, and then this tweet to see the possible clues.

Of course, some fans think they might have seen even more within the image. The title Avengers: End Game was rumored a few months back, when cinematographer Trent Opaloch included it on his website, and some of Russo's followers believe they can see that title within the image.

In any case, we know that Avengers 4 hits theaters on May 3, 2019. Joe Russo and his brother Anthony appeared at San Diego Comic-Con in July, and spoke about how they were approaching the follow-up to the phenomenally successful Infinity War. "I think ultimately Avengers 4 may be our best work for Marvel. I think we've grown with every movie that we've made there," he said. "You know, it's always an agenda of ours to block out the outside noise because it can lead you to make some bad choices with the material. We've learned over the years just to listen to ourselves, and it's great that there's two of us that we can have conversations with each other."

In related news, the first trailer for Captain Marvel was released this week. The movie hits theaters in March, and is the first of three films within the MCU set for release in 2019, with Spider-Man: Far From Home arriving in July.

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