Did “Avengers 4” Cinematographer Accidentally Leak Movie’s Real Title?
Member of production team listed, then quickly deleted, "End Game" from his online resume.
Someone checked the resumé page kept by Avengers 4 cinematographer Trent Opaloch and realized that he may have given away the movie’s real title: Avengers: End Game.
Opaloch is a major part of the production team and acts as the director’s right-hand man.
*AVENGERS 4 TITLE SPOILER*
A Russo brother Cinematographer, Trent Opaloch, has listed ‘Avengers: End Game’ on his website, possibly giving away the title of #Avengers4 While this may be a place holder, it is the first concrete details of the title pic.twitter.com/5uUVYuk9mm
— Marvel Facts & News (@MarveIFacts) June 30, 2018
Omega Underground published this title once it was discovered, and soon after Opaloch reverted the resumé listing back to the Avengers 4 working title—though that did not stop hundreds of screengrabs of Avengers: End Game from circling the Internet.
UPDATE: Trent has removed the AVENGERS: END GAME title from his official website and replaced it with AVENGERS 4. Do you think he got a call to change it? Hmm…. pic.twitter.com/eMoTc5Mlx9
— GWW Presents: Omega Underground News (@OmegaUGround) June 30, 2018
However, not everyone believes that this is the real title. A writer for Comicbook.com says that in May, co-director Joe Russo flatly denied the film’s working title would be based on a line of dialogue in Avengers: Infinity War while speaking with Uproxx. “End game” is a phrase spoken by Doctor Strange before he succumbs to Thanos’ snap after the villain has procured all the Infinity Stones.
Well, we have a year to wait and find out.
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