The epic 2018 ensemble installment will last the distance as a new source outlines just how long the upcoming blockbuster will go.
Even with all the Super Bowl trailers, the social networks have been buzzing about possible Marvel theories.
With the enigmatic Steve Rogers changing identities from Captain America briefly in the comics, one of the actor's autographs appeared to validate the fan theory.
Marvel filmmaker James Gunn has taken to social media to announce the date, leaving Chris Pratt to have some fun speculating on the villain.
Marvel president Kevin Feige intimated that you will want to have your popcorn ready in time for 2018, with the MCU villain taking no prisoners early on in the showpiece event.
The studio president is believed to be joining the two properties as Disney prepares for a huge acquisition of Fox's comic book series.
With the hype amped up to maximum fandom levels, it should come as no surprise that the 2018 blockbuster short has garnered more exposure than anything before it
Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo gave their thoughts for the upcoming 2018 blockbuster, likening this title to a bank robbery with much greater stakes.
With Brie Larson's title coming out prior to the Avengers blockbuster in 2019, the producer has outlined that the superhero's story will overlap both movies
Pointing to the Star Trek franchise as a blockbuster reinvented down the years, the producer indicated that the end of Infinity War will be a breaking point for Marvel.
What if the God of Thunder was set to release a sequel in 1987 and not 2017? Well Nerdist have come to the party.
About to embark upon his own superhero installment with Nightwing, the director has come out in support of his employers.