When "Avengers: Infinity War" came out, the Russo Brothers said that they were withholding the title of the fourth Avengers movie until a later date since it possibly contained spoilers. Now that "Infinity War" has been out for over a month, it looks like Marvel and Disney are ready to finally reveal the title of the movie that will end the Marvel Cinematic Universe as fans know it. The current rumors come from Movie Web, who reports that CineEurope takes place next week and Disney will have a presentation at the conventions on June 13.

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The rumors are that Marvel could reveal the official title [VIDEO] of "Avengers 4" as soon as next Wednesday at CineEurope.

Avengers 4 leaked art

The Avengers 4 rumors really started to gain steam when art from the next movie leaked online.

Most people assumed it was fan art and was not legitimate Marvel/Disney art from the fourth movie. However, Movie Web reported that it looks like the art is real.

This art revealed the arrival of missing characters from "Avengers: Infinity War" like Hawkeye, looking a lot like Ronin, Captain Marvel's arrival (her debut solo movie will hit before the fourth Avengers film), a very different looking Hulk, and classic looks for Captain America and Black Widow.

While all that was fun for fan art, the word that it might be real will bring a very important question to the forefront. Did Marvel and Disney put this art together for their Wednesday presentation at CineEurope? MCU Cosmic reported that is, in fact, true and that even if it does not hit at CineEurope, it will still be released officially in the next week.

What does Marvel have to say about this?

CineEurope takes place next week and the Disney presentation on June 13. The official time is 4:45 p.m. in Spain, which for people in the United States means that it will be at 7:45 p.m. EST. If the announcement does not happen at that time, there might be a longer wait.

Kevin Feige [VIDEO], the head of Marvel Studios, said that Marvel will not be in attendance at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2018 this July, which is a huge absence for the biggest comic convention in the United States. With the Avengers 4 release date on May 3, 2019, that means that Comic-Con won't get any news on the new movie at all.

The D23 Expo -- which is Disney's personal convention that they have been using to deliver announcements and trailers -- won't take place in 2018. it won't be back until 2019 -- which is also after Avengers 4, so don't expect many chances to get the news at an official event unless they spring it for fans at CineEurope.