After three months and countless fan theories, viewers can finally get another glimpse of the forthcoming Avengers: Endgame. Though it doesn't give too much away (as is Marvel's tradition), the trailer does offer plenty of new, exciting details.
Stark's voiceover in the trailer also sees him tell Pepper that he was hoping to spring "one last surprise" - bad news for Thanos. The boarded-up house in the background suggests that a decent amount of time has passed since Infinity War. Since both of them might not be going into the Quantum Realm, they could be guarding Earth against any retaliation from Thanos. It's a solid poster with a nice contrasting color motif from Avengers: Infinity War, which featured a brighter look, which you can take a look at below. Tony Stark takes on a leadership role here, looming large over his team. Rocket, War Machine, Nebula, Ant-Man, and Captain America all seem to be part of the same fight.
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In a later excerpt, we see the hero shrunk down and navigating a flame-filled environment that includes pencils and pens. Like all Marvel offerings, this trailer too comes with a surprise in the end - in the form of Captain Marvel .
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In another of the trailer's big moments, we see most of the Avengers gathered together for a mission and wearing a new set of armored uniforms.
She appears at the end, as the God of Thunder is summoning his new axe Stormbreaker, and he says: "I like this one". It'll be drawing the curtain closed on the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it, on April 26. We were expecting the second trailer to drop soon after Captain Marvel, but we didn't realize how quietly Marvel would release it on YouTube.