It finally happened, folks: Marvel has released the second Avengers: Endgame on Thursday with just over a month to go until the fourth installment in the Avengers saga hits theaters.
"The world has changed", a voice says in the trailer.
In the clip, Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) rejoins the rest of the Avengers after his last appearance in 2016's "Captain America: Civil War" sporting an edgy mohawk that's sparked plenty of jokes and memes. In the next black and white scene, Captain America is carrying a flag-draped casket with only the red stripes of the flag in color. Since both of them might not be going into the Quantum Realm, they could be guarding Earth against any retaliation from Thanos. Their introduction in this trailer has sparked a lot of conversation online.
If you've seen that new Marvel movie now in theaters, you might guess who joins the fight. There's no mention of Chris Pratt, Chadwick Boseman or Tom Holland, who for all intents and purposes have been lost, and therefore no longer a part of the film. We know from the toys that the mean green machine will be fighting in his own Avengers onesie. But nice try, Marvel.
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