Whoopsie, butter fingers!
The fourth 'Avengers
' film was originally called 'Infinity Gauntlet', but directors Anthony and Joseph Russo have decided to pull the title before the premiere of 'Avengers: Infinity War
' because it could contain spoilers.
But now, (no) thanks to a trigger-happy cinematographer working on the next 'Avengers
' movie, the title might have been revealed.
Ladies and gentlemen, presenting 'Avengers: End Game
Entertainment website Omega Underground
recently stalked the website of one Trent Opaloch (the cinematographer in question) and they happened to stumble upon the film title in his resume.
Instead of just listing 'Avengers 4' as the working title, Opaloch went the distance and called it 'End Game'.
Opaloch has been part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2014 and has worked with the Russo Brothers on 'Captain America: Winter Soldier
', 'Captain America: Civil War
' and 'Avengers: Infinity War
If anyone knows something we don't, it's this guy.
Interestingly, after his boo-boo was made public, he reportedly changed the title in his resume back to 'Avengers 4
Many Marvel fans have speculated that it could just be a placeholder title for the film, but 'End Game
' does kinda make sense for a couple of reasons: one, the movie would be the official end of MCU's Phase 3 and two, the title has been floating around the Interwebs for a while now.
Heck, even Doctor Strange muttered the words 'end game' in 'Avengers: Infinity War
If there's one film title that would get butts in the cinema, it's definitely 'End Game' because HOLY COW, IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD!
What do you guys think? Do you like the title?