Avengers: Infinity War concept art. Image: Marvel.

For a long time, Marvelā€™s next two Avengers movies were titled Infinity War: Part I and Part II. Then, last year, it was announced that the first movie had been retitled Avengers: Infinity War, while the second movie would get a new name in the futureā€”one we still havenā€™t been told. Apparently thatā€™s on purpose.

Speaking to Cinema Blend, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige answered the very direct inquiry of ā€œIā€™m curious if the reason [theyā€™re not going to announce the title] is because itā€™s a spoilerā€ with ā€œYeah, for sure.ā€

Which is interesting since the reason the Russos, who are directing both movies, gave for wanting to rename the movie was that theyā€™re ā€œtwo very different moviesā€ and it was ā€œmisleadingā€ to label them as two parts of the same story. In the Cinema Blend interview, Feige repeated the ā€œdifferent moviesā€ line and said that was ā€œallā€ he had to say.

So if the title is a spoiler, does that mean weā€™re not going to get it until after Infinity War? I guess it could be a spoiler for the other movies coming out between now and then, but that wouldnā€™t quite explain why two originally joined movies were renamed, with the second part being a secret.

Of course, we have a few guesses as to what the spoileriffic new title is:

  • Avengers: The One Where Cap, Like, Totally Dies
  • Avengers: Oh Fuck, RDJā€™s Contract Has Expired
  • Avengers: The New Mutants
  • Avengers: Thank God Our Fox Deal Didnā€™t Leak
  • Avengers: Secret Empire

These are just a few of our educated guesses. Make your own (serious or not) in the comments.