'Avengers 4', which has been tentatively titled as 'Avengers: Annihilation', is touted to be the biggest film of 2019. The sequel of 'Infinity War' has always been in the news with the smallest updates managing to capture everyone's fancy. Now, Joe Russo, who is one of the directors that is working on the film, has an important update on the magnum opus. The filmmaker clarified that currently, 'Avengers 4' stands at around three hours, which a whopping half hour more than its predecessor. However, he added that the final editing still needs to be done so the runtime may change eventually. The filmmaker reassured fans that even it hits the three-hour mark, there is plenty of material in every frame to keep them hooked. Although, he did add that he is looking to make it a bit shorter. He also gave an update on how far along have they reached in post-production.
Joe revealed that the editing process is halfway complete but added that they have just started on the VFX. He also stumped everyone with the revelation that the film has over 3000 VFX shots, hence working on them will take up a lot of their time. The Russo brother also confirmed that they are coordinating with Alan Silvestri for the background score. With so many updates, the MCU fans are bound to get excited for the superhero extravaganza that will hit the screens on May 4, 2019.
Meanwhile, there were reports of details getting leaked from the film's trailer, although it is highly skeptical if the information is true. Before the release of the big film though, MCU will unveil the film 'Captain Marvel', whose presence was already hinted at the end credits of 'Infinity War'. 'Captain Marvel', which is the first female standalone superhero film in the MCU, stars Brie Larson as the titular character, with Samuel L Jackson in a crucial role as a younger Nick Fury.