The Title of AVENGERS 4 May Have Leaked Thanks to the Film’s Cinematographer

I know a lot of fans have been wondering what the title for Avengers 4 would be. Well, now there's a chance that the title has just leaked thanks to to the film's cinematographer, Trent Opaloch. He recently updated his website with a current resume of the films he's worked on and on this list is the possible title for Avengers 4. If you don't want to know what the title of the film might be...

So, on hie resume he has the title as being Avengers: End Game. You can see a screenshot below:


That very well could be it and it ties directly into Avengers: Infinity War. Remember when Doctor Strange told Tony Stark, "We're in the end game now"? Well, Avengers 4 is the end game. 

Now, this could be a fake or placeholder title, The Russo Bros. have debunked this being the title in the past, but it's not like they are going to confirm the title until Marvel officially reveals it. The Russo Bros. are also the guys who have tried to convince us that the heroes that died in Infinity War wouldn't be coming back. We just can't take their word for anything right now. 

So maybe Avengers: End Game is the title, maybe it isn't, what do you think?

LADY BIRD Director Greta Gerwig To Helm LITTLE WOMEN Possibly with Meryl Streep and Emma Stone

Greta Gerwig made a big splash with her wonderful film Lady Bird, which ended up earning her an Oscar nomination for Best Picture and Best Director. It looks like her next project will be a new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved classic novel, Little Women for Sony Pictures.

This film could also be bringing together a great ensemble cast. According to DeadlineMeryl Streep, and Emma Stone are in talks along with her Lady Bird cast pf Saoirse Ronan, Timothee Chalamet, and Florence Pugh.

Little Women has gone through several film adaptations over the years and this is the story:

Little Women is a story that traces the lives of four sisters- gentle and agreeable Meg, straightforward and outspoken Joe, quiet and shy Beth, and dramatic and manipulative Amy. The novel shows the sisters’ life in Civil War New England and follows them as each of them matures and chooses her own life path. Originally created as a children’s novel, Little Women is a story that would be equally as interesting to an adult reader, as it is revolved around such themes as different versions of womanhood and a woman’s place in society.

With this kind of talent involved with bringing this story to life, it's sure to end up being a great adaptation. 

Check Out Marilyn Manson’s Cover Of THE LOST BOYS’ Theme “Cry Little Sister”


Marilyn Manson launched a successful career on the back of a successful cover of Eurythmics “Sweet Dreams Are Made of This” and now the singer is going back to his roots with a new cover of the main theme song from The Lost Boys. Manson's version of "Cry Little Sister," plays out about how you would expect it to sound in your head, but that doesn't mean it's not good. In fact, I think it's far better than the original, but that's just my opinion. Let me know what you think in the comments below:

Watch: Microsoft Unveils Windows 95 Mobile In Awesome Parody


Do you have a relative who is constantly complaining about being prompted to update their phone but is also confused as to why it isn't working? If so, this is the phone they need. Of course, this ad for Microsoft 95 Mobile isn't real, but they probably wouldn't know that if you shared the video on their Facebook page. Check it out below (via Gizmodo), and enjoy an awesome Windows 95 startup track:

Crazy Mashup Art Combines Marvel’s Juggernaut with Howard The Duck


This is one of the most unlikely mashups I've seen in a long time so I had to share it. This insane art combines Marvel's Juggernaut with Howard the Duck. The art was shared on Twitter by comic writer Donny Cates and the character is set to appear in his upcoming Cosmic Ghost Rider miniseries: The Juggerduck. The art was created by artist Dylan Burnett.

Watch: DARPA’s Latest Ground-X Vehicle Is Our Realistic Sci-Fi Future


You ever see cops or soldiers driving around in a sci-fi film and wonder how long it'll take before we're doing something like that in the future? Well, the answer is "not that much longer," although the results are far from sexy. Granted, DARPA's Ground X- Vehicle Technologies program has still managed to achieve some pretty awesome things like Windowless driving and smart navigation to ensure the people who protect us are as protected as possible. Check out some of that tech in the video below, and tell me if you'd trust this thing enough to drive in a car without windows!

Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) program aims to improve mobility, survivability, safety, and effectiveness of future combat vehicles without piling on armor. The demonstrations featured here show progress on technologies for traveling quickly over varied terrain and improving situational awareness and ease of operation.

This D20 Trilby Might Just Be The Ultimate Geek Gag Gift


Do you have a special someone in your life that would enjoy this hat unironically? If so, I feel sorry for you, although they'll probably respond to receiving it as a gift much better than most others. Personally, I'm kind of shocked ThinkGeek would even make this considering how often this style of hat is lumped in with the worst aspects of geek culture, but I also love it because I legitimately think anyone I gifted it to would crack up upon receiving it, and then never actually wear it. 

If you feel like you know someone who would react the same way, pick it up right here

Hilarious Video Recaps DRAGON BALL Z’s Android And Cell Saga In Five Minutes


Dragon Ball Z fans, this is the live-action cut you've been waiting for. Ok, maybe not, but it's certainly better than that trash Dragonball film, although that's a real understatement. Mega 64 did a hilarious re-enactment of the Android and Cell saga that will have you cracking up especially if you're a fan of the series. If you aren't and you're still watching, rest assured that you just saved yourself hours of television watching for a season that went entirely too long: