At the end of Avengers: Infinity War, the credits promised “Thanos will return.” So Josh Brolin’s purple-tinted, gigantic villain will be back in April’s Avengers: Endgame, but who else? If you’ve seen Infinity War (and a lot of you have by now), you know it’s a bit of a mystery. And a three-hour-long mystery, according to revelations from directors Joe and Anthony Russo — so take your bathroom breaks before you take your seat. Below are three recent tidbits. Here’s that trailer Sometimes, movie studios drop hints as to when their big trailers will drop — during the Super Bowl, or at Star Wars Celebration. But on Thursday, March 14, the Avengers: Endgame trailer arrived with little warning. And guess who’s joining the gang? Captain Marvel, of course. It’s a flashback-filled trailer, showing Captain America dreaming of measuring up to World War II soldier level, and also hints at the future, featuring the surviving Avengers seemingly preparing for something in white Star Wars Stormtrooper-like suits. (Space? The Quantum Realm?) Now playing: Watch this: Endgame trailer takes you back to the start 2:26 Record-setter? To no one’s surprise, a lot of people want to see Avengers: Endgame, and film research site Exhibitor Relations is reporting that the movie could shatter records. According to Collider, Exhibitor Relations lists the movie on track to beat its predecessor, Avengers: Infinity War, and set a new opening weekend record of $282 million. Avengers: Infinity War set a record with its $258 million opening weekend in 2018. Take… [Read full story]
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