Just in case you need a quick refresher, here's what happens: The first after credits scene is basically a scene from Avengers: Endgame, while the second sees Goose the cat flerken puking up the Tesseract on Nick Fury's desk.
Robert Downey Jr. tweeted out an image today featuring Iron Man and Captain America taking refuge from incoming projectiles beneath the Vibranium safety of Cap's star-spangled shield.
The trailer does include each of our favorites saying that they would do "whatever it takes" to honor those lost to Thanos, and it brings back the fear that those snapped will still remain dead when all is said and done.
There are also new outfits and perhaps most important of all - new haircuts. According to Empire, however, the latter was nearly an entirely different scene that connected Captain Marvel directly to Thor: Ragnarok. Still, in an era where trailers can be accused of giving too much away, the fact that Disney and Marvel are playing their cards close to the chest with Endgame is probably a good thing.
The main revelations from the new trailer come right near the end of the clip, where we get to see the heroes in their new armor suits that have leaked time and again in the past few months.
Avengers:Endgame is released in United Kingdom cinemas on April 25.
As those who followed the build-up to the first Avengers: Endgame trailer can tell you, Marvel Studios has a history of leaving us waiting longer than expected for the next batch of footage to drop. So who knows what the other 2 hours and 40 minutes of Avengers: Endgame could be.
"Infinity War" directors Anthony and Joe Russo, and screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely return for the new installment.
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But the changes appear to fall well short of Brexiteers' demands for a unilateral British exit mechanism from the backstop. It is what you do with this second chance that counts. "Because there will be no third chance", Juncker warned.