After Avengers: Infinity War ended, fans were left devastated and did not know how to handle what had just happened in the movie. Especially, because no one knew how the MCU would carry on and what else was going to happen in the upcoming movies.
After all, Thanos has wiped out 50% of the population, including some of our most loved superheroes
At least we had no idea what could be happening in the next Avengers movie until now.
Marvel has finally released a new trailer and revealed the title for the upcoming movie that surely will rock our worlds.
It comes as an early Christmas gift, especially given that we’ve already got a new trailer for Captain Marvel that looked just as amazing.
The trailer for Avengers: Endgame, which the upcoming movie will be called, looks just as thrilling and definitely worth the wait.
In the beginning of the trailer, we see Tony Stark aka. Iron Man talking to his helmet and being adrift in space. It seems like he’ll only have a few more hours to live, after food and water ran out and only having a few hours of oxygen left.
The trailer also shows how the surviving Avengers – Captain America, Black Widow, Hulk, Thor, Hawkeye – as well as Nebula deal with the loss and that they obviously have a plan to solve everything.
The trailer concludes with Scott Lang, also known as Ant Man, showing up on the front steps of Natasha’s and Steve’s house. Both of them are obviously shocked to see them, after having thought that he was also wiped out.
However, if one remembers Ant Man and the Wasp, we know that Scott did survive and somehow manages to escape the quantum realm.
It probably means that Scott is a major part of the solution and how to turn back time, at least I can imagine it being that way. Why else would he randomly show up on their front steps?
Though, we’ll find out if he truly is in April 2019 when Avengers: Endgame will finally hit theaters.
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