Avengers: Endgame's New Trailer Has More Footage, Mentions "Dangerous Missions"

"This is the fight of our lives."

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Now Playing: Avengers: Endgame - Mission Spot Teaser Trailer

Marvel continues to roll out fresh looks at the upcoming Avengers: Endgame. The latest preview of what's to come takes the form a TV spot. The much-anticipated follow-up to Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War releases later this month, and this new promo features some new footage not seen in previous trailers.

The theme of the TV spot is focused on the remaining Avengers' mission to stop Thanos and get their friends back. There's a voiceover from Steve Rogers that suggests that the team will split into separate units to complete their mission and there's lots of quickly-cut action-packed shots that show just how dangerous it will be. Check it out above.

This TV spot is the latest in a whole load of promotional material released for Endgame in the last few weeks. The first full clip was released earlier this week, while this recent trailer was packed with new footage. Recent looks at the movie have played up the prominent role Captain Marvel may play. There was also specific talk about fighting Thanos to gain control of the Infinity Stones to undo the deaths he caused, though it's unclear if that plan connects with the "missions" referenced in this latest TV spot.

Avengers: Endgame releases on April 26, 2019. It stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Brie Larsson, Sebastian Stan, Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle, Jeremy Renner, Danai Gurira, Paul Rudd, and Josh Brolin. Tickets went on sale last week, and so far presales have far exceeded those for Captain Marvel, Infinity War, Aquaman, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi combined.

You can check out our Endgame review here, and the movie will be followed by Spider-Man: Far From Home in July, with Tom Holland's Spider-Man and Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury both returning, along with a variety of characters from Homecoming.

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Where's the closed captioning, ya wankers? Deaf people visit this site too, you know.

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Mass Effect 2 Feelings.

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@RogerioFM: except bringin the dead back while some of the originals die feels completely moot

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@PrpleTrtleBuBum: Better than goin with, Wrax, Murdon, Gurros or whatever were the names of the replacements in the third.

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@RogerioFM: I don't think. Bringing the dead back by exchanging their lives for Tony and whoever else makes question the meaning of death altogether.

In ME3 the replacements were on the screen only for a couple of minutes and even then it's possible someone never notices they're just lazy standins unless they play the game multiple times.

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Let me guess, this article will be filled with "this movie will kill MCU", just like Captain Marvel (which recently surpassed a billion in the box office).

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@REDShadowG: No, this movie is going to make a bzillion dollars. I'm just worried that the late addition character is going to steal the thunder of the characters that we've spent a decade with building up to this finale. It's less that her character and movie weren't real good, and more than she seems kinda shoehorned into Endgame.

I probably shouldn't worry; Marvel's been generally real good with their cinematic universe so far. I just really want the original crew's finale to be great.

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@Mogan: She "comes off" as shoehorned because her appearance is only out of the outmost emergency.

Plus, the movie will be 3 hours long without credits, that's enough time to tie all loose ends.

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@Mogan: She's notably absent from every scene where Black Widow has her red hair again. I think it's safe to say it goes badly for her 6 stones vs the power of 1 it's obvious what would happen.

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Go Go Power Avengers!

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What's with the white color? it doesn't look too tactical... they look like paramedics from the future, hahaha.

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Looks similar to the suit Hank Pym wore in Antman and the Wasp.

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@invocator: 2019:A disney Odyssey