Thankfully, we don't have very long to wait, as Avengers: Endgame will debut in theaters on April 26, 2019 - a little over six weeks for now.
The trailer opens with a stranded-in-space Tony Stark recording a message to Pepper Potts, reminiscing about his early days as Iron Man. The video features moments from the previous Iron Man movie, Captain America, Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy movies.
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How did he get back? We also get a fantastic money shot that showcases the new lineup of Avengers getting ready to enter battle in their shiny red-and-white costumes aka the Quantum Realm suits.
Gadot, happy over another actress scoring a box-office smash with a superhero role, lauded Larson's outing as Captain Marvel in an online post, writing: "I'm so happy for you sister! congrats". Captain Marvel then gives him a little smile and Thor then says, "I like this one" and the trailer ends. As you might imagine, her appearance in the trailer is brief, but she's in there, and she's presumably ready to help the Avengers solve their Thanos problem. There's even a brief scene involving newcomer Captain Marvel, who appears to be cultivating some mutual respect with Thor.
"Infinity War" directors Anthony and Joe Russo, and screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely return for the new installment.