Entertainment Marvel drops full trailer for 'Avengers: Endgame'

Brenda Watkins
March 15, 2019

Calling upon black-and-white snippets from the 11-year history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to beef up its pathos, it presents our broken heroes trying to piece things back together in the wake of Thanos' successful eradication of half the life in the universe. "I know I said no more surprises, but I was really hoping to pull off one last one". Don Cheadle's War Machine is poised and ready to blast forth in an action pose.

Captain America pledges to do "whatever it takes" to defeat Thanos.

We largely see that with Black Widow's hair, which was a short, blonde bob in Avengers: Infinity War and parts of this trailer, but she also has longer, braided red hair with the last remnants of the blonde still growing out.

Avengers: Endgame will be released in theaters on April 26, 2019. We were expecting the second trailer to drop soon after Captain Marvel, but we didn't realize how quietly Marvel would release it on YouTube.

At another point in the trailer, Hawkeye can be seen in a field with what appears to be his three children - including his daughter, whom he is training to shoot a bow and arrow.

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Apparently, the world has changed, making it hard for the remaining Avengers to get back on their feet, but maybe, just maybe, they can start over.

As if that wasn't enough, a stunning new poster has arrived too - pore over that here. Captain Marvel then gives him a little smile and Thor then says, "I like this one" and the trailer ends.

The trailer closes with the appearance from the newest Avenger, Captain Marvel, who doesn't flinch when Thor sends his hammer flying by her face.

We're treated to scenes from previous Marvel movies, including the first Iron Man, Captain America: Civil War, Thor, and Infinity War, with Tony Stark, Peggy Carter, Thor, Natasha, doing the voice over. Given that the conflict in Endgame will probably hinge on the Avengers somehow undoing Thanos' Decimation, is it possible we'll see our heroes actually travel back to the events of these earlier movies and revisit their own pasts?

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