With Avengers: Endgame less than a week away, the excitement of the movie has nearly reached its peak. Fans are trying to grab at any and all hints that could tell them just a little bit more about the movie. But Endgame is possibly the most mysteriously marketed movie ever. Therefore knowing any more about it than Marvel wants us to know is quite a hard nut to crack. “We’re in the Endgame now”, and that’s all we know.

First Trailer & Title Reveal Ever!

Marvel released the first trailer for Avengers: Endgame on December 7th, 2018. The trailer, being the first that anybody of Endgame, sent all the fans into a frenzy. The trailer did not give out much, though. We saw Tony Stark in space without food and water, Ant-Man at the Avengers HQ, and Steve and Natasha talking about their plan working out. Not much else was clearly revealed in the trailer.

Super Bowl TV Spot

The Super Bowl TV Spot was even more mysterious, to say the least. We hear Captain saying “Some people move on, but not us. Not us”. We don’t get much of a visual other than the Avengers walking through the HQ in their suits.

The Second Trailer

This trailer definitely had a lot more visual. The best moment of all of it, though, was Thor and Captain Marvel facing off. This is where Thor says “I like this one” for the first time in this trailer. We get to see snippets of the origin stories of some of the superheroes in this trailer. We can also see bits and snippets from the decimation that happened in Avengers: Infinity War in this trailer.

“Honor” TV Spot

This footage basically honours the superheroes that did not survive the snap. These include superheroes like Bucky, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, The Wasp, and Wanda. That, too, a close-up of sorts.

“We Lost” Featurette

The featurette isn’t really a trailer or a clip from Avengers: Endgame. More like, it’s about Endgame. We see the actors that played our favourite superheroes talk about their characters. They tell us how their characters coping with the whole chaotic situation post-snap.

Special Look

Marvel released this trailer on the 2nd of April. This is where we hear Tony say, “It’s not about how much we lost, it’s about how much we have left”. This trailer also confirms Tony’s return to Earth. We see Pepper and Tony hugging in what seems to be the Avengers Compound. Moreover, the trailer hints at an improved relationship between Steve and Tony. We also see the Avengers riding with Captain Marvel in a space ship. But that’s not all. We get to take a look at Thanos in this one. And that’s probably the best part of the trailer. The fact that Marvel literally shows us the Tony-Pepper and Tony-Steve reunion just means that there’s probably something much bigger in store for us.

Thanos, all suited up, for what seems to be the final battle between him and the Avengers.

“Stakes” Featurette

This featurette basically tells us what’s at stake in Avengers: Endgame post-snap for all the superheroes. Moreover, Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. tell us how Avengers: Endgame is going to be totally unexpected. According to Evans, Marvel has apparently saved the best trick for Endgame.

Avengers: Endgame Film Clip

This clip shows us the Avengers discussing their plan of action for the Endgame in what looks like the living room of the Avengers HQ. We see Rhodey questioning Captain Marvel’s whereabouts in this clip. But what’s more important is that the Avengers find out that Thanos has used the stones. Yet again.

“Mission” Spot

We properly see some of the Avengers in their new suits in this TV Spot. And it includes Rocket Raccoon. In the background, we hear Captain America giving a pep talk throughout the clip.

“No Mistakes, Kids” TV Spot

Again, there’s nothing really interesting about this spot. Although, we do see an interaction between Rocket Raccoon and the rest of the Avengers. He asks the team “Who hasn’t been to space?” Natasha, Steve, and Rhodey raise their hands at that. “You better not throw up on my ship” is what he tells them in return.

“To The End” TV Spot

This TV Spot was a trip down the MCU’s memory lane, to say the least. It focuses on the origin stories of a lot of the Avengers including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Doctor Strange, and Black Panther. It showed us how everything in the MCU has led to Infinity War, while reminding us that the Avengers are in the Endgame now. Towards the end of the clip, however, we also see some previously unseen footage.

A short glimpse into the origin story of Captain America.

“Awesome” TV Spot

In this TV Spot, we see Clint exclaiming how awesome “it” is going to be, apparently while he’s traveling through space. We get to take a very short look at Steve and Tony having a conversation. Towards the end, we also see War Machine greeting Scott by saying “What’s up, regular-sized man?”

“Found” TV Spot

Towards the very start of this spot, Black Widow says how they’ve “found a chance”, possibly to try and defeat Thanos. Unlike many other previously released TV Spots, this Avengers: Endgame TV spot releases a bunch of new footage. They’re just bits and snippets, but still more than many other TV Spots.

“Summer Begins” TV Spot

The TV Spot starts with Tony Stark saying “We’re trying to pull off something damn near impossible, and to not die trying would be nice”. Good to know Tony didn’t lose his sass and sarcasm in space. We later see that he’s telling Steve all of this. We get a glimpse of this scene in the previous TV Spot. Oh, and Tony stark also flicks a tiny Ant-Man off his shoulder. Yet another detail is that while doing so, he’s seen sporting a S.H.I.E.L.D. uniform.

Tony Stark, about to flick tiny little Ant-Man off his shoulder.

“Powerful” TV Spot

This clip starts off with Natasha saying “I used to have nothing, and then I got this family”. It is probably to signify the bond the Avengers have developed over the years. Or that they are in it together. Or maybe both. This is probably the most intense TV Spot for Endgame. It sort of prepares us for what’s in store for us in the actual movie. Towards the end, though, it’s not so intense. It ends with Tony telling Steve he misses his “giddy optimism” which could very well be a dig at Captain’s pep talks. It is yet another part of the conversation we see them both having in the “Awesome” TV Spot.

“Time” TV Spot

“Alright, Avengers! Time to live up to your name!” This is what Rocket is seen telling the Avengers in his TV Spot while they’re on his ship. This TV Spot gives us glimpses from what seems to be the final battle between Thanos and the Avengers. Marvel released this clip with just four days left for the release of Avengers: Endgame.

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