People Are Trolling the Russo Brothers Over the Title of the Next ‘Avengers’ Movie
To the untrained eye a picture of a man in a film studio with the caption “look hard” might not get the heart racing. But for thousands of people who liked an image posted by the Russo Brothers (long-time directors of the Avengers films) it’s “a very big deal”. The next film in the franchise is due out in April 2019 and so far has a working title of Avengers 4.
So it’s no wonder that even a slight whiff of an official name would send fans, in their own words, “a bit hypo”.
Look hard… pic.twitter.com/NxI8RFh4f6
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) September 19, 2018
When the Russo Brothers tweeted that, the fans of the comics immediately got to work trying to decipher the image and any hidden hints in it. Some took it seriously while some obviously had fun with the opportunity.
It will be “End Game” or “Avengers 4: End Game..
Am I right??..
Look at the picture!! for the 1st one..
and there are 4 A and 1 E that means it could be the 2nd one!! pic.twitter.com/ZBVR5ZgtGz
— Wassy Uddin Alif (@wassyuddinalif5) September 20, 2018
— Judit García (@Judit_micro) September 20, 2018
— Comix Writer Keith going to NYCC 2018 (@TheRealityComix) September 20, 2018
— Charles Skaggs (@CharlesSkaggs) September 19, 2018
— Michael Arce (@_michaelarce) September 20, 2018
Solved it. pic.twitter.com/56RS5cu3T1
— The Jaws 4 Guy (@TeenWolfToo) September 20, 2018
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It’s us. We’re the answer. pic.twitter.com/KvHPieaZGW
— Hertz (@Hertz) September 20, 2018