Marvel just uploaded a new 60-second teaser trailer for Avengers: Endgame seemingly out of nowhere. The very first trailer, which came out back in December, was hyped up weeks in advance so it’s a bit surprising to see that the studio didn’t make a big fuss before releasing this new one. On the other hand, everyone and their grandma is already excited about Avengers: Endgame so there’s probably no need for more marketing stunts at this point.
The new teaser includes a fair amount of new footage we haven’t seen before. Tony Stark finally reunites with Pepper Potts, the only two remaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy – Rocket
Avengers Assemble for One Last Time
Also worth mentioning is the fact that we get to see most of the remaining Avengers in one room at long last. Specifically, we’re looking at Hawkeye (turned Ronin), War Machine, Iron Man, Captain America, Nebula, Rocket Raccoon, Ant-Man, and Black Widow. Judging by some of the previous footage we’ve seen, it seems pretty safe to assume that this is the same room (or the same building at least) where Thor first meets Captain Marvel and where Bruce Banner talks to Thor and War Machine at the very start of the trailer.
We get to see our heroes together again later aboard what seems to be the Milano. This time, everybody looks suited up and ready for the final confrontation. Avengers: Endgame picks up where Infinity War left off so the number one threat is once again Thanos. Despite losing the Infinity Gauntlet, the big purple baddie looks as imposing as ever in the new Avengers: Endgame trailer.
Hopefully, Thor Goes for the Head This Time
Every memorable villain loves a good monologue and Thanos is no exception. The Mad Titan remarks that the Avengers couldn’t live with their own failures and that brought
The new trailer doesn’t show any of the fallen Avengers but we’re sure most if not all of them will make an appearance at some point during the movie. Endgame’s IMDB page lists Spider-Man, Scarlet Witch, Black Panther, The Wasp, Groot
Avengers: Endgame hits theaters April 26th.
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