Avengers: Endgame is quite possibly the year’s most anticipated film and would likely even be the year’s most successful film… unless it sucks which would likely not be the case. Last year’s Infinity War saw the Mad Titan Thanos wipe out half the cosmos including many of our heroes which in the end provided us with possibly the darkest ending in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
For some time, the title for the fourth Avengers film was unknown with many assuming that it would be titled Annihilation or something cool like that. When the trailer dropped, Endgame was eventually revealed to be the title and well, it wasn’t really the catchiest title. Some have speculated that the title was probably that due to Dr. Strange’s line to Tony Stark near the end of Infinity War in which he says, “we’re in the endgame now” shortly before turning into dust. One could assume that Marvel Studios just went along with that word later in the film’s production but it seems like that may not have really been the case.
“It [the Endgame title] was in place before we started developing the movie. Or just as we were developing it, yes. So Doctor Strange says that line because we knew it was the title.”
If that’s really the case, it’s a pretty cool way to shoe-horn a line into a film cause that line was pretty damn effective in emphasizing the weight of the situation. Endgame is definitely going to offer up some hardcore s–t so we best be ready when it hits cinemas.
Avengers: Endgame is scheduled to be released on April 26, 2019