So Avengers: Endgame is a Thing

So the Avenger’s 4, Endgame, trailer came out on December 7th and on behalf of every Marvel fan ever, I’m not okay.

The trailer was released exactly 14,000,605 days after Infinity War and if the producers are laughing about that cute little reference then they should know that no one’s laughing with them, everyone’s just crying.

Now that I’m done complaining, let’s get to more complaining, but this time with c̶r̶y̶i̶n̶g̶ reason.

In all honesty, the trailer was amazing when you ignore the fact that everyone in it is either crying, dying, or dead which is like its audience. However, as horrible as crushing your audience is, it only means that they’ve succeeded in making an amazing trailer when they get such powerful reactions and emotions thrown at them

The beginning of it with Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark, A.K.A Iron Man, floating in space as he left a goodbye message to the love of his life, Pepper Potts, played by Gwyneth Paltrow, was definitely a highly emotional, yet very well put scene to be greeted with only 11 seconds into the video.

The entire look and condition of both the spaceship and Tony looks amazing. From his clearly defeated, yet peaceful demeanor to the highly detailed spaceship, but who’d expect any less of Marvel and it’s actors?

With this scene taking up half the video, I don’t know if I should be upset the trailer isn’t longer with more scenes or thrilled.

Insert emotional final words, soft background music stops, scene fades to black, intense music rises and cue the Marvel intro.

The only really unnecessary part was the Marvel logo turning into dust, but that’s fine. It’s fine.

A compilation arises from there where Black Widow, played by Scarlett Johansson, goes over what Thanos, the villain in Avengers Infinity War, achieved, which was the death of 50% of all living creatures.

Some scenes included during this monologue was Thanos walking through a field of Sunflowers (Yeah, I don’t know either), Chris Evans, otherwise known as Captain America or Steve Rogers, staring into the distance with a single tear falling down his cheek as if he was in a music video, and Bruce Banner / Hulk, played by Mark Ruffalo, looking at a missing peoples report showing that Spiderman, played by Tom Holland, Ant Man, played by Paul Rudd, and even Black Panther’s younger sister Shuri, played by Letitia Wright, are all missing.

Another monologue continued this time from Captain America where he spoke about their losses as scenes of a saddened and distressed Thor and Nebula showed, but only shortly after the word lost was mentioned did Hawkeye, played by Jeremy Renner, who’s been missing since the last movie, show up dressed much like Ronin, the character he became for a period of time in the comics.

The monologue included many more scenes, clips, and memorable, yet emotional line that are best seen and heard yourself.

Directly after another set of final words were spoken by Steve, the movie’s title showed, “Avengers: Endgame,” made in broken rocks till it spells the name and then fades to black.

Knowing Marvel however, it’s never done when it’s done, now is it?

I’ll leave it at that.

The trailer was clearly very, very good from the bottom to the screen to the top. The music was great, the actors were amazing as usual and the content was heart wrenching. Really the only critique I have is that it was mainly quick scenes with it leaving room for nothing but speculation, which in hindsight makes complete sense.

This entire movie is a complete and utter mystery and even the actors themselves don’t know if they’re in the movie or not, they hardly know what’s happening in the first place.

I’ll just leave this on two last notes: those being the fact that this trailer broke records for most watched trailer on YouTube, so congratulations to Marvel on that account, and it’s been either rumoured or confirmed that Stan Lee’s cameo for the next few movies have been pre-recorded, so while he may be gone, his legacy carries on and the biggest cameo he’ll ever have is the one he played in people’s lives.

With that being said, all in all, this trailer has got my hopes and that’s not good at all, but just like Infinity War, I’ll never watch it so whatever happens in it never happened according to me.