Of course, the first is a little known Marvel sequel called Infinity War, which is poised to get the ball rolling on April 27th, before Joe and Anthony Russo's untitled Avengers 4 tends to unfinished business the following year - and when it does, the MCU will be a markedly different place.
Infinity War didn't already have a cast loaded with more talent than you could shake an Infinity Gauntlet at, they've just stacked the deck with more star-power.
"We sat down and we found a way to work everybody in - but we have two movies that we're working with", Joe Russo told RadioTimes.com for a new video interview (above), where he acknowledged the absence of Hawkeye from promo material.
The Today Show host Kyle Stefanovic slammed the move as a "grubby cash grab" this morning and called for Australians to boycott the cinema on Anzac Day. "Not on what I believe is the most important day on our nation's calendar".
'How on earth are our kids supposed to breathe in the significance of Anzac Day, the sacrifices, the great sacrifices, the impact on our nation, on our families?' he asked. "Pretty hard to do with a $25 popcorn and choc top I thought".
"In that movie there are characters who are on the wrong side of the government, the U.S. government".
'I might be a wowzer, but please keep this day sacred.
This seems like a freaky event for Stefanovic to target, with some Twitter users pointing out that lots of Australians partake in activities on Anzac Day - like the pub or the footy - that don't directly involve the type of remembrance you'd see at a dawn service, for example. He admitted that he loves Thor, but the importance of Anzac Day can not be ignored.