The Avengers 4 trailer is here and people are not okay

The Avengers 4 trailer is here and people are not okay

Avengers: Endgame.

That’s the name of the latest Avengers film set for April 2019 release which was revealed in a new trailer released earlier today.

The long-awaited trailer for the fourth movie features the reappearance of Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye after being notably absent from Infinity War, and sees our superheroes attempt to deal with the aftermath of Thanos’s snap.

Fans have been waiting for this pretty much since May, when Infinity War ended and Thanos successfully assembled all the infinity stones and thoroughly went to town with them on the world.

Some of our heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk and Black Widow haven’t been snapped out of existence. What’s the plan to save the others? How will they do it?

Such questions require answers, and the trailer gave fans a glimpse.

And with it, Avengers hysteria.

Fans are flailing with the sensory overload.

And mourning the disassembling of our favourite heroes.

Fans noticed little details in the trailer that brought about wave after wave of goosebumps.

And the reappearance of Scott Lang (Ant-Man) freaked people out.


At the end of Ant-Man and the Wasp, Scott basically gets stuck in the Quantum Realm. So what is he doing in Avengers: Endgame? How did he get out? Is half of the population of the universe stuck there, too??

People saw what Marvel did with its credits. Not cool dude.

Eagle-eyed viewers also remembered the moment everything started going wrong for our heroes in Infinity War. They lured Thanos on an abandoned planet with a plan to take his Infinity Gauntlet, after Dr Strange looked through thousands of different futures.

They failed, and in a poignant moment between Dr Strange and Iron Man, they said:

‘Why would you do that?’ Tony Stark asked Dr Strange after he saved him from Thanos.

‘We’re in the end game now,’ he responded gravely.


April 2019, hurry up.

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