The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 And 2 Is "Misleading", Will Be Retitled
The two Avengers movies are shot back-to-back, but its directors assure that they're two different stories.
Joe and Anthony Russo will see their second Marvel-directed film, Captain America: Civil War, release this week. The two brothers are also on board to helm The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and 2, but the titles may be a little different when those movies open in theaters.
In an interview, Uproxx asked the Russo brothers how they decided where to split the two movies apart, to which the directors said they're "two very different movies" and that calling them two different parts is "misleading." The directors have said before that despite the back-to-back filming schedule, the two Infinity War movies are separate stories. Joe confirmed that they will change the titles before they hit theaters.
"The intention is we will change it, we just haven't come up with the titles yet. But, yes, we will change it. And, yes, that is a scoop: we will retitle them," Joe said.
Before we find out what the next two movies are even about, we'll get the chance to see Civil War in theaters as it releases in North America on May 6. You can see some of GameSpot's coverage of the Marvel filma in our Next Big Movie feature.
Check out some of our features on the characters and plot, including a spoiler-free review, through the links below:
- Spoiler-Free Review
- Every Captain America: Civil War Character From Marvel Comics Confirmed so Far
- 11 Things You Should Know Before Seeing Captain America: Civil War
- Who is Black Panther?
- Who is Agent 13?
- Who is Crossbones?