Anyone who've watched the Marvel movies directed by brothers Joe and Anthony Russo will agree that they've done a fantastic job.
From 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' and 'Captain America: Civil War' to 'Avengers: Inifinity War' and 'Avengers: Endgame', they've shown the world what they've got.
However, entertainment portal Comicbook reported that 'Endgame' will be the last Marvel movie the brothers direct.
"It’s our Endgame, at least for now," Anthony was reported as saying, referring to their collaboration with Marvel Studios.
Joe said that the duo have worked on four movies in six and half years and it was time for a vacation.
A well deserved one, we'd say.
But all is not lost. The brothers have a good relationship with the studio and future partnership is not out of question, the report stated.
For now, Deadline reported that entertainment company MGM has made an "inventive deal" to oversee remakes of the company's older movies, starting with a remake of 'The Thomas Crown Affair', which will star 'Black Panther' actor Michael B. Jordan.
We don't know about you, but we're looking forward to seeing more movies directed by the brothers; Marvel or not.