Avengers endgame super bowl

Captain Marvel wasn’t the only movie that graced us with a trailer at Super Bowl. Marvel Studios also released another trailer for Avengers Endgame. The makers seem particularly interested in making statement using taglines. While we got “Higher.Further.Faster” for Captain Marvel, Avengers’ trailer was released with “Some people move on but not us” indicating that our heroes are getting back on their feet with all their strength to avenge Thanos and bring back all that went away in the dust.

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The trailers shows the deserted New York city that looks like the city of dead.We also see a poster saying “Where do we go now that they are gone?” It seems like film will pick up right from where it left off, with the remaining heroes trying to cope with loss the fallen heroes. At the same time they know that they need to fight back in the face of their adversity. Hence we see them gearing up to brave the storm.

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Chris Evans as Captain America

With every passing day fan theories seem to be building up. With this clip fans have spotted a few scenes where it seems that a character has been removed. It will be interesting to see if this is in fact true and the character is later unveiled in the movie. Fans are eagerly waiting for the showdown with Endgame as they were left with a cliff hanger at the end of Infinity War. After Thanos snap, many superheroes fell, fans are anxious to find out which heroes will be coming back and which will be killed off. Despite other Marvel films like Captain Marvel and Spider man Far From Home also scheduled for release, the hype is definitely more for Endgame.

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Screen Grab from the trailer

The multi-superhero film will feature Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, Chris Evans as Steve Rogers, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner, Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton, and Karen Gillan as Nebula.

The movie is slated for release on April 26 2019.


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