Treating fans with another sweet surprise, Marvel Studios unveiled a brand new trailer of 'Avengers: Endgame' on Thursday, March 14. As expected, the trailer is a visual spectacle and looking at it, one can say that the climactic conclusion for the Avengers franchise is going to be mind-blowing.
The trailer continues from where it ended in 'Avengers: Infinity War'. It starts with Tony Stark aka Iron Man stuck in the space as he reminisces his past days. On the other hand, Thanos did exactly what he said and wiped out 50% of the living creatures after possessing all the infinity stones. Avengers are all broken and is trying to figure out what to do next.
But, it is not where it ends, as the Marvel superheroes team up yet again for the final battle. Revealing fans from their worries about Tony Stark's fate, the new 2 and a half minute trailer shows that he is back on Earth, as in one scene he can be seen joining his fellow Avengers for the 'end game'.
Sharing the trailer on their Twitter handle on Thursday, March 14, Marvel Studios captioned the post saying, "Whatever it takes. Watch the brand new trailer for Marvel Studios’ #AvengersEndgame, in theaters April 26."
Watch the brand new trailer here:
Unlike the first trailer, the latest trailer is all about hope and getting back together. It shows a recap of the origin stories of the iconic Marvel superheroes and has a message of starting everything all over again. Moreover, this time, team Avengers have got two new members, Scott Lang aka Ant-Man and the supremely powerful Captain Marvel.
In one scene, it shows our iconic superheroes including Iron Man, Black Widow, Captain America, and others walking together donning the same uniform, promising a solid comeback. However, there is not much revealed about Spider-Man, Black Panther and other heroes who fell prey to the snap. Fans have been going crazy from the moment the trailer dropped and new theories have already started rolling out on the internet.
Helmed by the Russo Brothers, 'Avengers: Endgame' is all set to hit the theaters on April 26.