The first trailer for Avengers 4 came with two pretty big reveals. First, that the title of the movie is Avengers: Endgame. And second, that we’re getting the movie earlier than we thought. For years, or what feels like years, anyway, Avengers: Endgame has been pinned to May 3, 2019, a traditional first-weekend-in-May opening for the summer’s biggest Marvel Cinematic Movie release. Now, its new trailer ends on a single enigmatic word: April. This release date shuffle also happened with Endgame’s predecessor, Avengers: Infinity War in 2018. On Mar. 1, Disney announced that the movie would be leaping forward a week from May 4 to Apr. 27 — likely to give the company’s Solo: A Star Wars Story a little more distance from “the biggest crossover in history.” With Endgame, we don’t know when in April it’ll premiere. If it follows Infinity War’s pattern, it’ll be in the final week of the month, April 26. That’ll also keep it a healthy seven weeks from Captain Marvel, the next MCU movie, due out on March 8. It’ll also keep it a polite three weeks from the release of Warner Bros. Shazam. But for all we know for certain, it could be any week in April. The new trailer may have given us a title, but it sure has raised some other questions.