HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 23: Directors Joe Russo (L) and Anthony Russo attend the Los Angeles Global Premiere for Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War on April 23, 2018 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)
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Marvel Studios may not have held a panel at San Diego Comic-Con this week, but directors Joe and Anthony Russo still found a clever way to troll the fans about the secretive title of the Avengers: Infinity War sequel.

In addition to directing several films for Marvel Studios, the Russo brothers are also producing Syfy’s Deadly Class TV series, based on the Image Comics series from Rick Remender and Wes Craig. Since they couldn’t make it in person, the Russos sent in a video to the fans that played before the start of Saturday’s Deadly Class panel.

The brothers began the video by thanking fans, telling them how exciting the new series is going to be, and how faithful it is to the comic books. The duo then apologized for not being able to make it, but they were busy working on “a little movie called Avengers —–”

When the second part of the title was delivered, a loud “beep” rang over the words, censoring what was being said. The crowd attending the panel reacted with a mix of laughter and disappointed groans.

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