One of the most highly-anticipated film trailers ever might be about to drop.
A second look at Avengers: Endgame was revealed in a TV spot for Super Bowl LII.
The Avengers: Endgame Trailer is here.
The first official poster for Avengers: Endgame has been revealed.
Though originally slated for a May 3 release in the United states, it seems the film will now be released on April 26, the date that was already set for some countries such as the United Kingdom.
Several supposed release dates have passed, and still no trailer for the next Avengers film has appeared, resulting in an increasingly tortured fan-base.
Nevertheless, there are currently reports of two potential options for the trailers release, and both suggest that it is imminent.
After the trailer failed to appear between November 28-30 as previously expected, reports surfaced that Marvel were planning to release a new trailer for Captain Marvel on Monday December 3, and the Avengers trailer would arrive on Wednesday December 5.
The Captain Marvel trailer did in fact release on December 3, but since then further reports have suggested that the Avengers trailer release date might have been changed once again, but that the new date – Friday December 7 – was final.
Regardless of which reports prove accurate, it seems Marvel fans should keep an eye out over the coming days.
Original article, November 26:
The trailer for Avengers 4, the as-yet-untitled sequel to Marvel’s record-breaking Avengers: Infinity War, is expected to debut on November 28.
Avengers: Infinity War was the first of a two-part story that technically ends “Phase Three” of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but in reality it’s the culmination of the more than 20 films across over 10 years that have created the cinematic behemoth that is the MCU.
Fans have been clamoring for Avengers 4 news ever since the stunning ending to Infinity War, but so far Marvel have been silent, not releasing so much as the film’s title.
There was initially speculation that the first trailer would drop on Black Friday, November 23, but instead Disney – who own Marvel – released the trailer for the Lion King remake on that day.
Now, reports suggest that the trailer will be released online on November 28 or 29, either just before, alongside, or just after an Infinity War screening and Q&A that directors Anthony and Joe Russo will be attending on Wednesday November 28.
The timing would coincide with last year’s trailer release for Infinity War, which happened on Wednesday November 29. That trailer became the most-watched trailer in a single day of all time, viewed more than 230 million times in the 24 hours after its release.
The Russo brothers have previously confirmed that the trailer will be released before the end of 2018, and a prelude comic is set for release on December 5, so the trailer will almost certainly be revealed before then at the very least.
This story will be updated as new information becomes available.