by Greg Thomas and Chris E. Hayner
Avengers Infinity War is out now, and for years fans have wondered what the fourth Avengers movie will be titled. We have a few strong theories on what the title may be.
At this point, the biggest mystery in the Marvel Cinematic may be what the title of the fourth Avengers movie will be. After all, following the events of Avengers: Infinity War, practically anything is possible. So what’s it called? We should note that if you haven’t seen Infinity War yet, you should stop reading here and definitely don’t watch the video as there are spoilers to come.
What will the next Avengers be called? The possibilities are endless and a number of options can be found in the pages of the comics. For instances, Avengers: Disassembled not only aptly describes the state of the superhero team after Thanos snapped his fingers, but points to a future where Marvel Studios will build a new team of Avengers–which is bound to happen at some point.
Along those comic book-savvy lines, Avengers: Secret Invasion is also an interesting possibility. With Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) set to play a major role in the film, based on that post-credits scene, the Secret Invasion story from the comics would be a good fit for the film. In this particular arc, the heroes of the Marvel universe are pitted against the shape-shifting alien Skrulls when it’s revealed they were hiding in plain sight on Earth for years. With Captain Marvel set to face off against the Skrulls in her standalone movie, the fourth Avengers movie could serve as a follow-up adventure for that hero.
One popular title among fans that is likely not to be used is Avengers: Endgame. While it sounds fantastic and would make for a real showstopper of a title, co-directors the Russo brothers tell Uproxx that the title is not taken from a line of dialogue in Infinity War.
Of course, these are just a few of the possible titles and it sounds like fans will have to wait a while before they find out what Avengers 4 is actually called. In the meantime, keep on dreaming up new titles.