Kevin Feige has been orchestrating the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Iron Man. The head of Marvel Studios is a comic book fan and a mastermind. He began as an intern and was promoted when his bosses needed further comic book knowledge when filming the first X-Men film. In an interview with MTV News at the Golden Globes, Feige admitted that the Endgame title existed before Infinity War began shooting. "It was in place before we started developing the movie," the Marvel Studio head stated. "So Dr. Strange says that line, because we knew it was the title." For those who have been following Avengers news closely, that revelation shouldn't be much of a surprise. 

Feige also commented on the fate of Guardians of the Galaxy 3. "Guardians will happen — when, where, or how... [that's] for another time," he explained. As far as the rumored Silver Surfer movie, Feige spoke highly of Adam McKay, who has a passion for the project. "He's an honest-to-goodness fan," he said. "He did a lot of behind-the-scenes help with us on the first Ant-Man film." If Silver Surfer joins the MCU, that means Galactus may be the new Thanos for the next set of movie phases.