A couple years back, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige stood on stage and revealed an entire slate of films that would make up their Phase 3. It was an ambitious slate that carried with it a slew of spinoff films, and not one, but two Avengers movies. Originally announced as Avengers: Infinity War Parts 1 & 2, it was later changed so that the third Avengers would be called Infinity War, and the fourth would have a different title altogether.
Regardless, the logo for Avengers: Infinity War stayed the same, and we had no reason to think it would change. However, Marvel Studios has proven in the past that everything about their cinematic universe is malleable. In the time since the announcement, there have been two films added to the slate (Spider-Man: Homecoming and Ant-Man and the Wasp) and one film removed (Inhumans). Additionally, weâ€™ve seen logo changes for the likes of Black Panther, which now sports a more â€œprimalâ€ look in its logo.
Now, thanks to a supposed set photo from Reddit user CobaltPanther, we now have a new logo for Avengers: Infinity War.
Itâ€™s worth saying right off that bat that itâ€™s impossible to verify this image for sure (though we canâ€™t imagine someone would go through all the trouble of making a chair and designing a new logo). Itâ€™s also worth saying that even if this image is actually from the set, itâ€™s still just a production logo, and for all we know, they may still decide to stick with the other one once the actual movie comes out. Heck, they may even make a whole one.
Regardless, I think this is a pretty stellar look for theflick. Iâ€™ve always loved the â€œAâ€ in Avengers, and there is something incredibly rewarding about its overall simplicity. Now, when all said and done, perhaps having see-through text with the logo in the background isnâ€™t the best way to go about it, but thatâ€™s really nitpicky. At first glance, itâ€™s classy and awesome.
What do you think of this production logo? Let us know in the comments down below!
Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters on May 4, 2018!
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SOURCE: CobaltPanther (via Reddit)