Our first trailer forhas arrived at the and before the end of the year, as was previously insinuated by Marvel President Kevin Feige, and after some false alarms and fake dates. And it’s dropped a week over a year to the date from the first trailer for 2018’s causing some fans alarm. But finally, we have a name.
Welcome to Avengers: Endgame.
The dark trailer opens with Iron Man in space in a ship he presumably found (and/or cobbled together) while on Titan, waxing poetic about the loss to a recording meant for Pepper Potts. Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is a beaten man. “Part of the journey is the end,” he says.
“Thanos did exactly what he said he was going to do,” says Black Widow. “He wiped out 50 percent of all living creatures.”
“We lost,” says Cap.
The trailer features a lot of Cap, but more importantly we get our first look at Hawkeye (slash Ronin?) IN YEARS. (Probably both for us and the Avengers truthfully.)
Also, let’s not forget thatfeatured footage never seen in the movie and classic misdirection. This trailer probably won’t be much different.
What else have we learned (and that we have questions about):
- How did SCOTT LANG (aka Ant-Man) get out of the quantum realm?!? Cap seems the smallest Avenger on a screen and says, “Is this an old message?” Feels like we’re going to be asking that question more than once. (Yes, probably a time vortex, but still.)
- Why is there no look featuring those “leaked” OG New York set photos? Are those saved for later? Were they a misdirect?
- Why does Marvel list the YouTube video as simply “Marvel Studios’ Avengers”? No second half of the name, no info, nothing. Is this a trick?!?
- 🚨MAYDAY: SHURI IS MISSING AND/OR SNAPPED 🚨
We’re definitely still left wondering if directors the Russo brothers were trolling us with thatfull of silhouettes and ladders. We do know that the movie may be a beast in length, as director Joe Russo revealed less than a month ago it long (at the time, that is).
Hot on the heels of, is now to set to open *globally* on April 26, 2019. Endgame will star… well, we think pretty much everyone who’s ever been in an MCU movie.
According to the, we still have 146+ days to go.
: Think Avengers: Infinity War was intense? Stay tuned for part two.
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