Avengers: Endgame - Official Trailer (April 2019)

Oct 25, 2017
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Lmao bros I can't tell what posts are foreal anymore

This one made me lol but I have a sinking feeling it's a real question
Makes you wonder how many people who didn't like a popular movie or show actually just struggled to understand basic things about it. All while insisting they are simply far too large-brained for this popular media.
 
This is the final Avengers movie. Book it. The institution ends here, and the heroes who make it out of this are solo acts. The Fantastic Four and the X-Men are the teams left in the wake of this who have to carry on that legacy. You'll get people showing up in eachothers' movies, but major events won't be subtitled Avengers for a while. Maybe in afew years, you do a New Avengers, but as is, the arc of that team ends here.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Have not watched ant man and the wasp, why is a big deal that Scott Lang appeared in the front door of the house?

The trailer implies that he is dead
At the end of Ant-Man and the Wasp, Scott is trapped in the Quantum Realm when the Pyms are deleted by Thanos' snap in the middle of an experiement. So the Avengers presumably assumed he was erased as well.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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More teaser than trailer despite the length so not really hyping me up, but I'll take it for now. Endgame is a perfectly fine title, though i don't see any reason it or most other speculated titles needed to be held back.
 
Oct 27, 2017
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My first thought after watching the trailer

Been wondering how they would send Tony out, and I could maybe see this happening. If they're killing off Cap and Iron Man both in this movie, I doubt they'll both go the same way. I coudl see Cap dying a heroic death fighting, but for the godfather of the MCU maybe they do a quieter, more sentimental death. Would be cool.
 
Oct 27, 2017
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I like the title, putting the word 'End' in there really drives the point home that this is the final chapter, after 10 years, across multiple films, Endgame seems appropriate.
I like the idea of the next Spider-man film being a good jumping-on point, 20 films is enough to draw a line under it and start sowing seeds for what’s next. Let the universe breathe a bit.

That’s why I liked Spidey and the Ant-man films, and the first half of the last Thor one, a bit of relatively light-hearted pacing compared to the constantly growing stakes of the Cap and Avengers films providing a spine and sense of growing threat for the rest of them. Can’t wait to see this, but also to see what’s next.