That word arrived in the form of a short teaser video that featured people reacting to trailers from previous Marvel Cinematic Universe movies in a very knowing nod to how excited people get for their first glimpses at all things Marvel. Of course, the photo is also missing several other women who were present at the Vanity Fair shoot, like Iron Man's Gwyneth Paltrow and The Avengers' Elisabeth Olsen, but just the sight of so many in a room all together is the photographic proof that we likely have some incredible all-female allegiances to look forward to on May 4, 2018, when Avengers: Infinity War storms into theaters.
Ahead of the Infinity War trailer launch tomorrow, Holland - who plays one of the newest members of the Avengers - "accidentally" jumped the gun on revealing the Infinity War teaser poster.
He added, "There will be two distinct periods: everything before "Avengers 4" and everything after". Well, technically, it's the end of the MCU's Phase Three - and, quite possibly, the end of the line for some of the franchise's most beloved heroes. Marvel has films scheduled all the way into 2020, and Feige teased that the studio has films in the pipeline that "completely different from anything that's come before - intentionally". Avengers: Infinity War opens in theaters on May 4, 2018.
Director James Gunn may be doing one of these spin offs based on "Guardians of the Galaxy".
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Marvel said the footage wasn't ready to release at that time, and there have been zero glimpses of anything from Avengers: Infinity War since then.
What do you think is going to happen to the future of the MCU?
Avengers fans, are you ready?
Vanity Fair senior writer Joanna Robinson also got to visit the set of "Avengers", and witnessed the franchise's biggest stars engage in a competitive game of Words with Friends.