Captain Marvel Joins The Fight In New Trailer For ‘Avengers: Endgame’

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Captain Marvel has joined the Avengers in this new trailer for "Avengers: Endgame"! Get ready to cry! After all, Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther made more than a billion dollars by his lonesome just a year ago, and now Brie Larson's Captain Marvel may follow suit.

Avengers: Endgame opens in theaters on April 26.

The theories: The most likely theory for why Black Widow's hair, in particular, goes through so many different changes in the trailer is that time jumping will play a big role in the upcoming film, according to multiple reports.

The Avengers just did to everyone what they hope to do to Thanos: caught us completely off guard. We don't know exactly what that means, although Chris Evans has made it clear in interviews and on social media that this will be his last film as Captain America.

We see flashbacks to the origins of the team's main members before being told they'll do "Whatever it takes" to defeat arch-nemesis Thanos. "None of us can go back", the voice of his now deceased World War I ally Peggy Carter echoes.

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That said, if Marvel continues on this successful path, we can only restlessly await what is to come with Avengers: Endgame. Rocket, though not exactly the friendliest of creatures, is certainly a survivor, and formed a little bond with Bucky (now the White Wolf) in Infinity War.

What's most exciting about this scene (other than the reveal that Tony and Nebula do, in fact, meet up with the rest of the Avengers) are the suits donned by the heroes. Steve says, "Whatever it takes", and the motto is repeated by Clint, Natasha and Tony.

Sign up to The Stack to receive Book Riot Comic's best posts, picked for you. That film also set up the idea of the time travel being possible in the Quantum Realm, which seems to confirm the long-standing theory that Endgame would feature time travel.

Her and Thor are going to get along great.

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