Marvel Studios was among the presenters at the recent CineEurope 2018 event, with several of their Movies on display. Among them was the upcoming film, "Ant-Man and The Wasp," as well as a few future projects. Those in attendance saw presentations for 2019 films, "Captain Marvel," and, of course, "Avengers 4." While that had the internet buzzing about possible trailer reveals or leaks on the way, it appears that may not be the case.

'Avengers 4' presentation details

According to the ComicBook website, there had been some reports circulating that a clip was shown of superheroes Ant-Man and Iron Man having a discussion about different realities.

It appears that wasn't shown at CineEurope, though. Instead, a video was presented featuring Marvel Studios' chief Kevin Feige. In the "Avengers 4" video presentation, Marvel Studios' chief Kevin Feige was seated in a chair and spoke to various advertisers at the CineEurope event. He gave a few of the upcoming film's details, including the plot most fans are aware of. Feige said in "Avengers 4" the "rest of the Marvel characters" are going to need to team up to defeat Thanos and save the universe.

Unfortunately, that means there wasn't any sort of "Avengers 4" trailer reveal during CineEurope or any special footage from the film on display.

It's also notable that Kevin Feige apologized during his presentation for not having as many heroes to show off this time around. Marvel won't have a Hall H presentation at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con, which is sort of leaving the door open for DC to step up to the plate. However, with "Avengers: Infinity War" having passed $2 billion at the box office worldwide, there's little doubt that moviegoers will be heading out to theaters for it.

A trailer will simply be the machine to get fans buzzing about it.

Marvel's focus moving forward

Right now, "Ant-Man and The Wasp" seems to be the top priority for Marvel Studios. The film, starring Paul Rudd as Ant-Man and Evangeline Lilly as The Wasp, will arrive in theaters on July 6. That means the promotional machine is in full effect to get audiences to see it.

The new movie may also explore topics that will be instrumental in the plot for "Avengers 4."

After that, fans are looking forward to the 2019 slate. That seems like it will kick off with "Captain Marvel" for March 8, 2019. It will be Marvel's first solo female superhero film, almost like their version of DC's "Wonder Woman." Brie Larson has the lead role as Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel). There was a "Captain Marvel" featurette shown during CineEurope to begin building hype ahead of the film. That will lead into the "Avengers 4" movie, which still doesn't have its full title yet. There has been speculation that the movie title could be a bit of spoiler, so it's been kept under wraps for now. "Avengers 4" hits theaters on May 3, 2019.