The directors of Avengers 4 revealed in a tweet that reshoots on the highly anticipated movie have wrapped. In true mysterious fashion, the Russo Brothers attached a perplexing photo that has us going a little crazy trying to figure out what it is.
Along with the tweet that had the caption “#wrapped,” an image of a blue light that overexposes the subject is included. We can’t quite make out what it is. Is it a headlight? An Infinity Stone? The Avengers’ weapon against Thanos? We have no idea.
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) October 13, 2018
What we do know is that it looks eerily similar to the same blue hue the Tesseract emitted. That being said, it’s a very different shape—the Tesseract was cube shaped before it was destroyed by Thanos to attain the Infinity Stone inside of it.
Users on Twitter have darkened the image to get a better look but that doesn’t give us much else to go on and sadly the mystery still remains.
I did it again, wtf is this. pic.twitter.com/C3P3KOFi7T
— Goddess Of Sarcasm (@sarcasm_goddess) October 13, 2018
The Russo Brothers are making it a habit of dropping tantalizing teases on Twitter. Not too long ago, they released an image that reportedly included a clue to the movie’s title. Amidst the background of production equipment, users found the silhouettes of two capital A’s, jump-starting the buzz surrounding the movie’s title.
Through leaks and various other reports, the movie’s title is now expected to be Avengers: Annihilation, though the Russo Brothers and other Marvel brass have yet to confirm it.
Hopefully the Russo Brothers release another teaser to accompany the image because we’re coming up empty.