It’s been known for a while that the last Avengers movies will be shot side by side; however, it has been revealed that there will only be one Infinity Wars movie, with the second being something different to their normal roster.

As reported by Variety, the first movie will simply be called Avengers: Infinity Wars, which will come out to theatres in May 2018. It will then be followed by a film, now titled Untitled Avengers, and will come out the year after. Both films will be directed by the Russo brothers, who have previously worked on Captain America: The Winter Soldier and this year’s massively successful Civil War.

Yahoo Movies interviewed co-writer Christopher Markus, and he explained a little bit about the writing process:

“On any given day, you’re only working on one but that doesn’t mean that next week, you aren’t working on the other one.”

Safe to say it sounds a little chaotic, but there are a few questions now that float in the air.

Does this mean that Infinity Wars will have to be shortened now due to time constraints and run time? And what exactly would the film after be about?

We’ll just have to wait and see.

But if Civil War is anything to go by, my faith in Marvel is well placed.

It was really good; did we not mention that?