Assembly Democrats emerged from a two-hour closed-door conference on Tuesday morning as Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s last official day in the job winds down.

Lawmakers are yet to come up with a replacement for Schneiderman and the list of potential candidates to replace him is longer than the IMDB page for Avengers: Infinity War.

But lawmakers, including Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, have said they are likely to lean toward a more diverse individual to become the next attorney general.

“Even back to my days as a count chair, I always believed in diversity,” Heastie said. “But, again, if it’s in a open primary, that’s up for the voters to decide, but if it’s up to the Legislature to do, diversity does matter.”

Sen. David Carlucci, too, said he beleived a woman should be selected by the Legislature to fill the post.

“I think its time we have a woman leading the attorney general’s office,” said Carlucci, a Rockland County Democrat. “We need diversity, we need to start at the top, we need a top-to-bottom change in our culture.”

But for the moment, amid a sea of names being floated — New York City Public Advocate Tish James, Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein, Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas among them — lawmakers are still working out more thorny legal questions of a joint session of the Senate and Assembly, which would be required to fill the post.

Assembly Democrats have the lion’s share of the votes with more than 100 members, but it’s not clear if the Senate would go along with the joint session. But Heastie indicated that as the rest of Albany tries to figure out who may be the next AG, lawmakers are working on the mechanical steps of what’s next.

“It was really around the Legislature’s authority and what can happen,” he said. “We don’t have any definitive answer, direction.”