Avengers: Endgame — Twitterati react to the trailer release of 2019's most awaited blockbuster
Marvel Studios dropped the first official trailer for Avengers: Endgame and here's how fans reacted.
Marvel Studios dropped the first official trailer for Avengers: Endgame, the final instalment of the franchise and fans have been losing it.
The anticipation for a glimpse of the film had reached fever pitch and the Russo Brothers have sure cut a great trailer — revealing just enough to keep us all guessing.
For those who have been here since the beginning.
For those who have joined along the way.
For the best fans in the Universe.
This trailer is for you...
With much love and gratitude for your patience,
The RB’s pic.twitter.com/8hZF9FPFAZ
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) December 7, 2018
But it featured plenty of grim moments from Tony Stark's final message to Pepper Potts to Captain America tearing up over the disastrous events of Infinity War. However, there was still some good news like Hawkeye's return and Ant-Man's escape from the Quantum Realm. So, here's how the fans reacted to the trailer.
— Sarah Rappaport (@SarahRapp) December 7, 2018
— The Hénry Nevoír (@Hxnry_Nevoir) December 7, 2018
— vish | NP ♡ (@yasiru_vismini) December 7, 2018
This looks... potentially better than Infinity War.
Oh and the Time Vortex? CALLED IT.
But Endgame? They couldn't have come up with something better? https://t.co/qxROPicLaf
— Adam! (@AdamLanceGarcia) December 7, 2018
Of course, my fave bit/the part I was most emotional about was THAT photo. Also, Cap should've kept the beard. Always keep the beard. https://t.co/fQOQYDuXg1 — Emma Fraser (@frazbelina) December 7, 2018
— MCM Comic Con (@MCMComicCon) December 7, 2018
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