According to Opaloch's resume, the next film will be titled Avengers: End Game. Director Anthony Russo told a site that the audience needs to remember that anything is possible in MCU and that just because there's a sequel doesn't mean that people become used to time moving linearly in that Universe. Screenshots of his website before and after the change was made are available and presented below.
A screenshot of Opaloch's website before the edit was made.
"Avengers 4" is due out May 3, 2019 in the United States. In the portfolio, the name Avengers: End Game has been listed among the works that he's done.
The rumored title for the next Avengers movie, now known as Avengers 4, has apparently been revealed, but not confirmed by Marvel. There are rumours that the plot of "Avengers 4" will see them surviving, travelling back in time to rescue the fallen heroes.
While the hype from Avengers: Infinity War has only just started to cool down, there's still all sorts of speculation as to what the sequel is going to be like. Here is what Feige said when talking to Cinemablend. "And now will have no chance to living up to any expectations of what it's gonna be". Conrad stated that the digital release for "Infinity War" will be on July 31, while the Blu-ray release is scheduled on August 14.
It looks like the Marvel cinematographer Trent Opaloch has accidentally revealed the official title for the next Avengers film. With that in mind, many fans expected the title reveal to come after Infinity War's release, or perhaps on a title card at the very end of that film.
The previous film featured Thanos trying to assemble the Infinity Stones so that he can initiate his plans for a universal genocide to bring balance. Avengers: Age of Ultron was Christened "After Party" and the first Avengers movie was shot under the title, "Group Hug".