Marvel fans humorously demand the unveiling of the Avengers 4 title and trailer in a new video. Though Infinity War only came out this past April, viewers are already impatiently awaiting its sequel, which is set for release in May 2019. Marvel's most ambitious film yet ended with a shocking cliffhanger that saw Thanos accomplish his goal and wipe out half of the universe's population. It goes without saying many are curious to see the conclusion of the story, especially since beloved heroes like Spider-Man and Black Panther were among those who perished in the aftermath of the snap.
Since the time Infinity War premiered, Marvel focused on the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp and the first wave of Captain Marvel marketing. With those now out of the way, attention is turning to Avengers 4, which should make plenty of headlines as the end of the year approaches. Undoubtedly, Marvel has a strategy in place, but their fans are getting tired of waiting.
Kirk Deveyck posted a video on YouTube featuring himself and his friend Julien Keermelbruge requesting Marvel release the highly-anticipated Avengers 4 trailer. It's similar to the video Deveyck shared over the summer, where he was eager for a Captain Marvel preview. The two hilariously point out how next year's Spider-Man: Far From Home has an official title and early advertising materials, but there's nothing for Avengers 4. Check it out in the space below:
Of course, this video likely won't have any influence on Marvel's rollout. However, Deveyck doesn't have much longer to wait to have his wish come true. The first trailer for Infinity War debuted in November 2017, so it's plausible Avengers 4 will follow a similar schedule. While the sequel to one of the biggest films of all-time doesn't need much help in raising awareness, Marvel and Disney would probably want something to attach to the incoming wave of major holiday releases. There may not be a trailer ready in time for November's Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, but one should play ahead of December tentpoles such as Aquaman and the Mouse House's own Mary Poppins Returns.
Before any footage is released, audiences should learn the official title. That aspect of the film has been the topic of much discussion, after Marvel decided to withhold it an an effort to prevent spoilers. Even Kevin Feige admitted that decision ultimately backfired, making it a rare instance of Marvel misjudging something. There's no shortage of theories about what the title might be, so hopefully the movie's actual name isn't a letdown.
Source: Kirk Deveyck
- Captain Marvel (2019) release date: Mar 08, 2019
- The Avengers 4 / Avengers: Endgame (2019) release date: Apr 26, 2019
- Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) release date: Jul 05, 2019