If confirmed, this will be the longest Marvel movie to date. "We'll see if that holds".
Avengers 4 has already taken over a good portion of our lives and, if the Avengers 4 runtime holds at its current level, it could very well take up over a third of our day. But what's more interesting revelation, the fourth part of the superhero franchise will have the runtime of three hours making it the longest Marvel movie ever.
A follow-up question was then asked about where the now untitled Avengers 4 was in terms of post-production, in which Russo said "we're about halfway through the editing process".
"We're really just scratching the surface on our VFX shots", Joe Russo says, "There are more than 3,000 VFX shots in the movie; those require a lot of time and thought and energy and effort, and we're very early in the phase of getting VFX done".
For comparison, Avengers: Infinity War was 2 hours 29 minutes long. "We've just started work with Alan Silvestri (the movie's composer) on the score, and we're still editing picture at this point".
Replying to a question whether the upcoming movie would live up to fans' expectations, Russo said, "Absolutely".
The Russo Brothers had earlier told Collider in an interview before the release of Avengers: Infinity War that they are the film will be longer than Avengers 3.
The studios have still not revealed the title, any poster or even production stills from Avengers 4. "We like it to play at a certain pace".
We're now over a week into November and you know what that means?
'The highest of any of the films to date, without question'.