Avengers 4 is already the most anticipated movies of 2019, promising to resolve the cliffs left by Infinity War, but the entire last decade of Marvel films. The public hasn't even seen a trailer yet, but there's a reason to believe that may change soon.
The ArcLight Hollywood is a special screening of the movie tomorrow evening, November 28, which will be followed by the Co-directors, the Russo brothers. The original Infinity War trailer premiered on November 29. Marvel's publishing a "Prelude" comic on December 5, before which we expect the title of Avengers 4 to be revealed. Plus we already know that the Avengers 4 trailer is coming sometime this year.
Putting all the pieces together, it seems that ArcLight's event will likely be the trailer for the small audience in attendance. Then, the full trailer could drop on the Internet later in the evening or the following day – the one-year anniversary of the last trailer. And it would pave the way for the title to reveal in time for the comic.
The title for Avengers 4 has been kept under wraps, though the Russos has dropped cryptic hints. So far the Avengers: End Game, a reference to line (and major plot point) from Doctor Strange in Infinity War.
We expect Avengers 4 to conclude the Thanos arc of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. First, it was a post-credits sequence in the original Avengers movie, Thanos did not interact with the MCU heroes directly until Infinity War. In that film the full plan for the Infinity Gauntlet was revealed: to get the power to snuff out of the fingers of the galaxy by sheer. The resulting events killed off a lot of well-established characters in the MCU, leaving a cliffhanger ending for Avengers 4.
Before it comes, though, we'll be getting a dose of reinforcements. In a post-credits Infinity War sequence, Nick Fury's call in one last contingency plan: Captain Marvel. The implication is that the trump card, and we'll see exactly why – and where is this time – in her own standalone movie on March 8, 2019. Avengers 4 will follow on May 3 .