Avengers: End Game released a new teaser during Super Bowl LIII.
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest TV events of the year, and Avengers: Endgame will definitely be the biggest movie of 2019, so of course they had to show some new footage!
The short teaser from Marvel showed all of the survivors of the snap-heard-around-the-world suiting up and preparing for battle. Black Widow is doing some target practice, Captain America is strapping on his shield, and Iron Man and Nebula are engineering their way out of their little space problem. The narration powerfully says, “Some people move on, but not us.” It looks like the team will be fighting until the end…game. Avengers: Endgame…
Check out the Super Bowl LIII teaser below!
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) February 3, 2019
In related news, a new teaser for Captain Marvel was also released during the Super Bowl. Unlike the Endgame preview, there’s not much new footage in this sneak peek. Check it out below:
Captain Marvel — the first female-led Marvel movie — arrives March 8, 2019. Endgame debuts less than two months later on April 26, 2019.
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