At this point, even "Avengers" fans are mocking "Avengers" fans for being so obsessed with the "Avengers 4" title.
It's OK if no one tells us the title. It's OK if we have to wait. It's not that deep.
But it's also OK to be caught up in the hype -- it's better than not caring about anything at all! But you should at least be able to laugh at yourself.
Don Cheadle (James Rhodes/War Machine) -- who was on the front lines when Mark Ruffalo spoiled the end of "Avengers: Infinity War" -- has been teasing fans on Twitter after Ruffalo's (fake?) title tease.
Cheadle either doesn't know what the real "Avengers 4" title will be, or he's pretending he doesn't know as fans try to decode his responses.
He started trolling some fake clues with fans, and then got the ultimate superfan response:
Yes! This is that superfan in action:
The "Avengers" directors and stars have certainly been keeping fans busy -- from Mark Ruffalo getting "fired" for spoiling the title on "The Tonight Show," to the directors themselves sharing behind-the-scenes hints and wrap photo teases.
Marvel Studios should be sharing the official title pretty soon. Boss Kevin Feige said it would come out toward the end of the year, after the first "Captain Marvel" tease. So ... any day now.
And then what? Superfans will have to decode every inch of the title, then the first trailer. It's a good thing we have a lot of time to kill until "Captain Marvel" shows up in March, and "Avengers 4" in April/May.
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