Phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) will feature a massive war between the Avengers on Earth and superheroes in the galaxy. But do the titles Avengers Infinity War Part I and Part II justify the high-octane action thriller by Marvel?
Directors Joe and Anthony Russo, don't think so. And hence the two have decided that the films will get new titles that will reflect the differences between both the movies. "The movies are two very different movies," Joe told UPROXX. "It is misleading," added Anthony.
The Russo brothers, as they are famously known, also revealed that they are yet to shortlist possible names but confirm they will retitle them. "The intention is we will change it," Joe said. "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," he added.
The highly anticipated movies from the MCU will introduce a big bad villain, the mad titan Thanos, who is trying to steal the Infinity Stones in order to become the most powerful person in the universe. The post-credits scene in Age Of Ultron also showed Thanos with his Infinity Gauntlet, getting ready for war. The plot for the Infinity series will be set in Marvel's 2017 release Thor: Ragnarok.
The movie is expected to link the Avengers with the Guardians Of The Galaxy and some fan theories suggest that The Vision, powered by the Mind Stone, will play a vital role in doing so. Thanos, voiced by actor Josh Brolin, however, is being hyped as the most dangerous villain and has a significant role in the two-part Infinity Wars movie series.
Avengers: Infinity War Part I is scheduled to release on 4 May 2018 and Part II is to be released on 3 May 2019.