Soon fans of Marvel’s Avengers franchise will be able to be even more terrified and rabid about the possibility of losing Ant-Man, Captain America, and maybe even Hawkeye.

Disney has just announced that the first title for Disney’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+, will be called Avengers: Endgame, a series of very fancy words and what sounds like the in-universe self-destruction of Spider-Man.

Marvel has confirmed that Endgame will be released in theaters on April 26, 2019. Unfortunately, no release date has been announced for Disney+, but we’re hoping for sometime in early 2020.

Avengers: Endgame was the fifth title for Avengers 4—which we still don’t know what that title really is—titled Infinity War: Part 2, Infinity War: Part 1, Infinity War: Part 2, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Infinity War. Thanos took 10 infinity stones and destroyed half of all life on Earth—a proposition previously explored in a mere eighteen minutes by Tony Stark in a speech to Nick Fury. With Thanos getting closer and closer to completing his master plan, it’s not much of a leap to believe that Endgame is literally the entire culmination of the entire movie series for Captain America and the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.

What’s really hard to wrap your head around is the scale of end-of-movie annihilation brought about by Thanos’ semi-successful mission. So much of Hollywood’s most cinematic production has typically been about superhero spectacle and seeing a star-studded cast fight to save the world. With Endgame, we’re almost sure we’re watching for the culmination of Marvel’s cinematic universe.

That being said, the MCU’s overall success relies almost entirely on fans being able to keep up with the ever-changing story. Even the most devoted Marvel fans aren’t fanatical over every detail; even those who have read multiple books might want to have a look back and see how a major story point may have led to an important plot twist.

However, as with other major plot and character twists in movies, there’s going to be plenty of times where fans want to know why the hero or villain did what they did or why the world ended up in the condition it did. With Endgame, there are millions of possibilities.

We’re sticking it out until the trailer is released.

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