10 days out from the release of Avengers: Endgame, Marvel released a handful of new spots for both TV and social media. While the main video showcases old footage — footage from as far back as 10 years ago — the Twitter and Instagram spots show Tony Stark and Steve Rogers being friendly in a way we haven’t seen since before Captain America: Civil War.
The new TV spot, “To the End,” plays through the MCU’s history, starting with Iron Man back in 2008 and going right up to last month’s Captain Marvel. The trailer showcases a decade’s worth of Marvel movies. Endgame isn’t just a single movie; it’s ten years worth of Marvel, 21 films within that time frame.
The TV spot starts with the core trio — Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor — before moving onto the other heroes. By the end, everyone has had a moment, and the clip plays the title cards for each of the movies (with Vision’s voiceover of all things).
“Before we’re done, we still have one promise to keep,” says Tony, as the clip shifts from old footage to new, calling back to a line from the first Avengers movie. “If we can’t protect the Earth, you can be damn sure we’ll avenge it.”
This follows a handful of small TV spots Marvel has been uploading which each tease out just seconds of new footage. “No Mistakes,” has Rocket asking a handful of team who has been to space before, while “Mission” has Captain America giving a pep talk to a handful of heroes in new suits.
"You know your teams, you know your missions." Marvel Studios’ #AvengersEndgame hits theatres in 10 days – do you have your tickets? Additional screens and showtimes have been added in Canada— Marvel Canada (@MarvelEntCA) April 15, 2019
Today’s other two teasers, found via Marvel Canada’s Twitter and an Instagram clip, show a seemingly new scene, where Tony Stark is presumably greeted by Steve Rogers as he’s opening the trunk of a car. In one, Tony says to Steve, “we’re getting the whole team, yeah?” (or something to that effect) while in the other, Tony more ominously states, “we’re trying to pull of something damn near impossible — and to not die trying would be nice.” It’s a camaraderie and casual banter we’ve not seen in some time between the two — certainly for many, many films.
Avengers: Endgame comes to theaters on April 26.