The Russo brothers comment on when ‘Avengers 4’ will be finished.
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo have shed some light on the post-production process of ‘Avengers 4’, which reveals when they hope to end editing and post-production. As we already know ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ ended in a very interesting way and with the fate of the superheroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe very open. That’s why ‘Avengers 4’ is one of the most anticipated films of 2019.
Anthony Russo revealed that they have been working on the film’s “all summer” edition, and that they expect to be in post-production throughout the fall and winter months, adding, “We hope to have finished in March.”
We must remember that the film will premiere on May 3, 2019.
It’s costing more time to do ‘Avengers 4’ than ‘Avengers: Infinity War’.
The two films were shot almost simultaneously, although later re-recordings were added for the fourth installment. But ‘Infinity War’ started with editing and post production in September and finished it in February / March 2018. But ‘Avengers 4’ started long before summer and will end on the same dates. So you can notice that the new movie will be much bigger than the success of 2018.
The title is one of the first unknowns that must resolve.
Avengers 4 will be accompanied by a subtitle that probably leads to what we find. But until we see the first trailer we will not know anything. The date for this to happen will probably be in November or December of this year. Since they are the same terms used for Avengers: Infinity War.
The story will focus on how the surviving Marvel superheroes must undo the events that have caused Thanos. There are many speculations and theories. But everything suggests that we will see temporary trips and jumps between different dimensions. The film will be the closing of Phase 3 of Marvel Studios.