The fresh trailer for Avengers: Endgame has arrived into our mortal realm, showcasing a courageous new perspective on Marvel's key franchise. Expected faces, lots of hand-wringing and dramatic slow motion, and of course it has to finish with a quip. Please don't do that; you just gave me Peter Parker and T'Challa and then you snapped them away, like Thanos himself! Have at it below.
Endgame trailer on YouTube, and it dives into some details we've been waiting for.
The final trailer for Avengers: Endgame has arrived, and it sees the heroes combating the end of the world.
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Endgame picks up following the events of Infinity War, which, as absolutely no one needs reminding of, ended with Thanos collecting all six Infinity Stones and snapping half of the universe out of existence.
Reaction to the trailer has been swift, with many poring over it for little details and hints of what may be ahead. In the next black and white scene, Captain America is carrying a flag-draped casket with only the red stripes of the flag in color. We see Tony recalling what he feels like was "a thousand years ago" in the first Iron Man.
Thor, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Captain America, Iron Man and Ant Man are set for the biggest battle of their lives and the motto is: "Whatever it takes".
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As his hammer flies into his hand, he says: "I like this one".
Like all Marvel offerings, this trailer too comes with a surprise in the end - in the form of Captain Marvel. The movie, which stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, and Scarlett Johansson, will premiere in theaters on April 26.
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