Space-Marooned Iron Man Lands Back at Earth in 'Avengers: Endgame' Trailer

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Until then, ch-ch-check out the official trailer (above) and the film's new poster - along with more of the best fan reactions - (below)!

The remaining heroes in the Marvel Universe will stop at nothing to defeat Thanos.

"God it seems like a thousand years ago". The sequence we see is clearly pre-Snap, so she would likely have been even younger then, which means the girl holding the bow and arrow who appears to be nearly as tall as Clint is, and very proficient with the weapon, might just be someone else-namely Kate Bishop. None of us can go back.

This includes Iron Man, who we last saw on the Benatar (the ship from Guardians of the Galaxy), and Ant-Man, who we last saw stuck in the Quantum Realm after his family and friends were turned into dust by Thanos' snap.

Avengers: Endgame releases April 26. Plus, in one of the final shots, we see one character who wasn't on Earth at the end of Infinity War right alongside his fellow Avengers.

And here's a new poster which looks absolutely terrible! In previous trailers, Johansson retains her blonde Infinity War locks, although in this one, she's reverted to her red hair.

It's the end of the Avengers - or at least the Avengers as we know them.

Here we get our first look at the new Captain America costume and shield. Given that the conflict in Endgame will probably hinge on the Avengers somehow undoing Thanos' Decimation, is it possible we'll see our heroes actually travel back to the events of these earlier movies and revisit their own pasts? It remains to be seen if the Captain Marvel post-credits scene will be included in Endgame or if we'll pick up with Carol already having been introduced. Tony Stark takes on a leadership role here, looming large over his team.

"From the very beginning with Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Anthony and Joe Russo have proven they have a story to tell and have brought the Marvel Cinematic Universe to levels others could only have dreamed of", said Mitch Neuhauser, Managing Director of CinemaCon.

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