Uproxx that the names will change.
Quite what the new titles will be has yet to be revealed, but the directors explained that they didn't want the public to be misled as to what the actual films are (besides Avengers instalments, obviously).
“The movies are two very different movies,” says Joe. “The intention is we will change it, we just haven’t come up with the titles yet. But, yes, we will change it.” What it boils down to is that the films won't act in the same way as franchises such as the Hunger Games and Divergent films have, splitting one story into two – the two new Avengers movies, despite being connected, will be very different films. Don't necessarily expect a big cliffhanger in the middle of the cosmic conflict. Right now, official details are few and far between, though it will entail the Marvel characters we know and love uniting to battle big bad Thanos (Josh Brolin), who will by that point be in possession of all – or almost all – the Infinity Stones for his shiny gauntlet and be intent on wiping everyone out.
We can still expect the first to arrive in 2018 and the second in 2019, but beyond that we'll have to wait and see what the Marvel braintrust decides to call them. Civil War is out now in the UK and elsewhere in the world and lands in the US on Friday.
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