Marvel has skipped the trailer model altogether and has released a complete clip a bit over a minute long from Avengers: Endgame. If you’ve been anticipating the April 26 premiere of this movie as much as pretty much the rest of the entire cinema-going world, you’ll want to see this. You’ll probably want to pause the SCIFI.radio stream using the handy controller in at the top of the column at the right before hitting play on this video.
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The scene begins with the surviving Avengers at Avengers headquarters, along with new arrival Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel. shows Steve Rogers (now clean-shaven), Natasha, Thor, Bruce Banner, Rhodey and their newest arrival, Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel.
“He used the stones again,” Natasha says, obviously referring to Thanos and the Gauntlet.
The team debates what to do next, and Danvers says the obvious: “So let’s get them, and use them to bring everyone back,” and after a little bickering over why things would turn out any differently this time, Danvers points out that it can’t help but turn out differently, because now they’ve got her.
That’s when we get to the scene that everyone loved in the extra cut scene at the end of Captain Marvel, where Thor walks up to Danvers and summons Stormbringer to see if she flinches.
“I like this one,” Thor says.
“Let’s go get this son of a b—-,” Cap says as the clip ends.
Then the music wells up and starts to thread into what sounds like the beginning of the Avengers theme, and that tells us that this might actually be a pre-credits scene.
This is going to be good. With Captain Marvel in the mix, they might actually have a chance.
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