Russo Brothers, the directors for Avengers 4 took to Twitter on Friday to announce the wrapping up of the reshoots for Avengers 4.
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) October 13, 2018
This announcement was accompanied by a mysterious image, appearing to be a white and blue object. The reshoots for the film were going on in Atlanta, Georgia and recently saw wraps on Tom Holland’s Spider-Man and Chris Evans’ Captain America.
A trailer and title reveal are expected to be next in store for Marvel Studios, as Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige previously revealed that Avengers 4 will start its promotion soon after Captain Marvel drops its first look, which happened in mid-September.
The studio would be looking forward to starting their promotional launch for the film in late October or early November. This timeline will keep in touch with the studio’s policy for the last two Avengers film which premiered their first footages around the same time of the year.
“We’ve worked on the edit all summer and we’re excited to finally get these missing pieces in the film and then we expect to be in post through the fall and winter. We hope to be done by March,” Anthony Russo told Deadline in August.
Earlier Hulk star Mark Ruffalo revealed that the film is currently undergoing reshoots, as a means to rework and finish the film.
“We don’t even know what it’s gonna be yet. We’re not just doing reshoots, we’re going to finish the movie, which we really didn’t get to finish totally when we left it last year,” he told The Marvelists podcast.
Ruffalo further added that he’s unsure if the directors and screenwriters had a definitive direction for the film in mind.
“I don’t even know that they really know exactly,” he said. “Some of it is happening while we’re there. It’s pretty amazing. And we’ll shoot some stuff and a few days later come back and reshoot it cause we wanna take it in another direction. It’s a very living organism, even as we approach it being a locked picture, we’re still working on it.”
Feige told fans that Avengers 4 will mark the end to an era, closing its first 11-year chapter with a certain “endpoint.”
“The entire intention of Infinity War and the next Avengers film next year was to have an ending — to bring a conclusion to 10-plus years, 22-movie narrative in a way that hadn’t been done before in this particular type of film,” he told Uproxx.
“It doesn’t mean the MCU is coming to a close, by any means. But it means the narrative that started when we began 10 years ago will have a conclusion.”