Avengers 4 is now three hours long

Screenshot by Jennifer Bisset  CNET  Marvel

Screenshot by Jennifer Bisset CNET Marvel

And although it's not clear exactly how long the film will be in the end, Russo did reveal that Avengers 4 would most likely be more extensive than Infinity War's 149 minute runtime. It was also revealed that the trailer for: "Pourrait or could not make his entrance prior to the timetable turns to 2019", to guarantee to the fans that the stakes in Avengers 4 will be: "The highest of all films of the MCU to this day, no doubt".

"When can we expect to see the Avengers 4 trailer". Avengers 4 has more than 3,000 digital effects, and some of them still need to be completed.

While promoting his new bar, Duello, Joe Russo was bombarded with questions about the upcoming Marvel film.

Russo was then asked about where Avengers 4 now stands in terms of post-production to which Russo replied, "we're about halfway through the editing process".

The stakes could very well not exist for Avengers 4, because, having regard to the phenomenal success of Infinity War, it is hard to see how the result could be a failure at the box-office. But we do know the run time - sort of.

In fact, during the Q&A Russo was asked about the title of the film, but the video cut out just as he was about to answer. Much of the film is shrouded in mystery and only fan theories can keep us guessing as to what the future holds for our beloved Avengers, both living and deceased (?). We are only scratching the surface of all our stages in VFX.

Avengers 4 is still on track to premiere in theatres on May 3rd, 2019. There are more than 3,000 VFX shots in the movie; those require a lot of time and thought and energy and effort, and we're very early in the phase of getting VFX done. "We've just started work with Alan Silvestri (the movie's composer) on the score, and we're still editing picture at this point". What do you think is going to happen?

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