Cinematographer may have leaked title of 'Avengers 4': Report

Cinematographer may have leaked title of 'Avengers 4': Report
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Canadian cinematographer Trent Opaloch, a key figure behind the Captain America film franchise, may have unknowingly revealed the title of the next instalment as his filmography on his website included "Avengers: End Game," according to a US media outlet.

After Omega Underground, which specializes in film, reported the revelation, Opaloch changed the title into a working title, "Avengers 4."

Opaloch had worked as a cinematographer for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Captain America: Civil War" and "Avengers: Infinity War."

Some fans already assumed that the fourth instalment would take the title of "Avengers: End Game," citing the last line in the most recent edition of the franchise, "Avengers: Infinity War." But the film's directors, the Russo Brothers, denied such speculation by saying, "None of the theories have correctly guessed the title of Avengers 4."

No statement about the newly leaked title has been released from Russo Brothers yet.

"Avengers 4" is set to shoot in New York and Atlanta from this summer. The release date is set for May 3, 2019.

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