Earlier last week, The Russo brothers wrapped up filming Avengers: Infinity War. The news came as a surprise but the directors were right on schedule as they were also able to screen some footage from the film as an early promo at the D23 Expo.
Due to the completion of Infinity War, some fans might come to the conclusion that the directors would take some time off before starting their next project, Avengers 4. While they will get the chance to stretch their legs, it looks like it won’t be for long.
During last week’s San Diego Comic-Con, Comicbook’s Brandon Davis was able to have a chat with Director Joe Russo at the convention. During the interview, the director was asked about his next project Avengers 4 and whether if it would be different than Infinity War.
“They’re all big,” said Russo. “It’s important for both movies to be distinctly different.” He went on to add that it’s significant that Avengers 4 has a different tone, narrative for the masses. Russo also assured that the team and writer Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeeley have been going at it hard to make sure both movies are “structurally different.”
Russo also went on to state the overwhelming factor that they had just wrapped Infinity War and revealed production details of Avengers 4. Here’s what he had to say.
“It’s crazy man, we just wrapped the first movie a week ago and I start shooting the second one in two weeks. It’s a crazy schedule,” Russo said. Fans can also check out the video below where Russo talks about the film with Brandon Davis.
— Comicbook.com (@ComicBook) July 25, 2017
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