But in a new trailer unveiled today (March 14), things are looking a little better for Iron Man. Danai Gurira, who was a scene stealer in Black Panther, managed to make Okoye's limited Infinity War screen time memorable, and fans wondered what would happen next with her character, since she survived Thanos's snap.
Captain America pledges to do "whatever it takes" to defeat Thanos. Surprisingly, this latest sneak peek gives that away, as they're suited up in their Quantum Realm suits to fight.
Swathed in a a melancholy vibe with reflections from previous Avengers films throughout, the film hints at what next for the remaining Avengers after Thanos decimated the global population in Avengers: Infinity War. "None of us can go back". And it looks like superheroes have welcomed her with open arms with Thor saying, "I like this one".
New Avengers: Endgame trailer features Captain Marvel at last
Early on, the trailer plays into our long-standing relationships with the MCU heroes, with clips going back to the very first Iron Man, Captain America and Thor adventures.
And we see the depleted Avengers team in there new space-suits on their way to settle their score with the Mad Titan.
This excellent new poster brings it all together, with hints that the Avengers may win this round.
Avengers: Endgame hits cinemas worldwide on April 26 (which means we may get it a day early in the UAE, on Thursday April 25: we'll keep you updated).
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