In all these years, nobody from the Marvel Cinematic Universe ever mentioned that there could be another superhero who could have probably helped the others in their fight against the evil forces.
It wasn't meant to flummox anybody exactly, and I'm not sure I'd do it again the same way, but it does all connect to where we placed it.
"I think there's a presumption, "Well if the movie came out in November 2017, it must take place in November 2017" - which is not the case", Feige said.
This seems to contradict the already stark number of contradictions in Marvel's timeline. It makes sense, therefore, that #Kevin Feige, president of #Marvel Studios, which produces the MCU, has proposed that they will develop an actual timeline tying the films together. And Marvel rarely contradicts that assumption. Barring Captain America: First Avenger, which was a historical prequel, the main exception to the no-time timeline rule has been Guardians of the Galaxy Vols. 1 and 2, which were set in 2014.
In the past, Marvel Studios has been notorious for announcing upcoming movies and titles years in advance, but it's holding the Avengers: Infinity War sequel's title close to its chest.
"All of the next films by design have been built to be very different, to be very unique", Feige says. Marvel is also far from done promoting Black Panther (a film that will arrive before Infinity War next year), so it's possible that Ragnarok will include a new trailer for that movie instead, with the Infinity War teaser held back for later. Speaking to Screen Rant, Feige was quizzed on the spoiler-ish nature of the title, and was asked whether we'd have to wait until Infinity War for it to finally be unveiled.
Avengers: Infinity War premieres May 4, 2018, while Avengers 4 hits cinemas the year after on May 3, 2019.
This is a major teaser coming from the head of Marvel indicating that the superheroine was out there in space during the time that Avengers were being formed on Earth and even before Iron Man came into existence.