New Avengers: Endgame trailer appears seemingly out of nowhere

New Avengers: Endgame trailer appears seemingly out of nowhere

New Avengers: Endgame trailer appears seemingly out of nowhere

We see flashbacks to the origins of the team's main members before being told they'll do "Whatever it takes" to defeat arch-nemesis Thanos.

Following backlash from fans, Marvel Studios has corrected and re-released the official poster for Avengers: Endgame, the first version of which failed to properly credit Black Panther and Infinity War actress, Danai Gurira.

After the release of the Captain Marvel movie, the trailer 2 of the fourth Avengers movie have dropped.

The Endgame trailer features attractive words from Tony Stark, a Captain America flashback, and some incredible new Avengers suits.

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Regardless of what her role is, I do have one request: Do not kill her off. Kill off Steve, or Tony, but do not take Okoye away after we've only had a couple films with her.

They're all wearing new white costumes, that look very similar to the white suit worn by Hank Pym to explore the Quantum Realm in Ant-Man and the Wasp.

They are heading into space to find Thanos, presumably, but look closer at who's with them. Now, we see him riding on the back of War Machine, so it appears as though he's assimilated to the Avengers and Earth just fine. Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow is only slightly larger than Brie Larson's Captain Marvel, but it works in pushing her a little further out amongst the other heroes. We're used to Natasha's hair changing with each new movie, but her hairdresser is working overtime in Endgame.

There's also a bit more backstory showing Hawkeye's past, as well as the Avengers brooding over what to do in a post-Thanos world. We'll have to see if Marvel comes through with an explanation because the fans aren't staying quiet - peep the reactions below. "Realized I love you", I know I said no more surprises, but I was hoping to pull off one last one", Iron Man said at the opening of the trailer.

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