Don’t Expect Marvel Studios To Film Two Massive Movies Back-To-Back Any Time Soon

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Rather than make audiences wait three years in between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, the folks over at Marvel Studios decided to shoot both movies back-to-back so that fans could find out how Infinity War’s shocking ending would be followed up on just a year later. But if you think that means that Marvel is going to make these gigantic back-to-back shoots a habit, you have another thing coming.

It’s hard enough to shoot one movie, let alone one as packed as an Avengers flick, but to say shooting two of these one after the other is difficult would be an understatement. As Trinh Tran pointed out, it made sense scheduling-wise to take this approach with Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, rather than having to figure out separate schedules for all the actors, crew members and other people involved. The downside was that it was even more daunting ensuring that both projects were receiving enough attention due to so many moving pieces.

When I pointed out that I was thankful we didn’t have to wait another three years for Avengers: Endgame to arrive (if that’d been the case, we’d be watching it in 2021), Trinh Tran agreed that on a creative level, everything worked out, but also noted how multitasking became key. In her words:

Trina Tran isn’t the only Marvel bigwig who regrets shooting Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame back-to-back. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo explained earlier this year how it was difficult for them to find a balance between the two movies, and welcomed “opportunities in the process to separate the two” so that their brains could “be fully focused on the narrative.”

Since there aren’t any immediate plans to deliver another Infinity Saga-level story in the MCU, the franchise’s leadership needn’t about planning any back-to-back shoots even if they wanted to. But conversely, that means if more Avengers movies are put into development, fans will have to get used to a more traditional two-four year-long waiting period. What happened with Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame was a special exception.

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