Disney and Marvel Studios have confirmed that they’re rebranding their “Avengers: Infinity War” two-film saga in essentially the same way that DC did with “Justice League” and Lionsgate did with the “Divergent” finale.
Originally we were going to get “Avengers: Infinity War – Part I” on May 4th 2018 followed by “Avengers: Infinity War – Part II” on May 3rd 2019. That has changed. The first film will now be called “Avengers: Infinity War,” while the second film has yet to lock down a new title and is currently going by the moniker ‘untitled Avengers movie’.
Despite the title change, the production schedule and release dates for both films remains the same. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo first indicated in May that they planned on renaming both ‘Avengers’ films after dubbing the shared subtitle as ‘misleading’ due to them being very different films.