In response to a question about post-production, Russo revealed the team is roughly 50% done with the film.
Avengers 4 co-director Joe Russo revealed a lot of information about the highly anticipated Marvel film during an Instagram live question and answer session. While there is a chance that it won't stay at a 3-hour runtime, the directors had earlier confirmed that Avengers 4 would still remain the longest MCU movie to date. Avengers 4: Katherine Langford Joins the MCU Movie and Adds 13 More Reasons Why You Should Watch the Movie. There are more than 3000 VFX shots in the movie. Meanwhile, Russo also revealed that there's still a lot to be done in regards to the upcoming film, with the director explaining that although they're only halfway through the editing process and "the running time on Avengers 4 is now sitting right at three hours". We are very early in that phase. Similarly, "Avengers 4" is scheduled to come out May 3, 2019, so people have just assumed a teaser would come out this month, but now that's up in the air. " Russo asked, prompting a joke that only one person wanted to know about the film's title". Much of the film is shrouded in mystery and only fan theories can keep us guessing as to what the future holds for our beloved Avengers, both living and deceased (?). The objective of the AMA was to answer some questions about Avengers 4, but then they chose to use it as an opportunity to troll us yet again.
However, he did promise that the stakes in Avengers 4 would be even higher than they were in Infinity War. "We've just started work with Alan Silvestri (the movie's composer) on the score, and we're still editing picture at this point".