The people have spoken - and watched. The long-awaited trailer for the Infinity War follow-up nabbed 289 million views across Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms in its first 24 hours, obliterating the record previously held by, uh, Infinity War by nearly 60 million views.
After fans of The Avengers witnessed Tony Stark seemingly lost in space in Marvel's Avengers: Endgame official trailer, many of them quickly took to Twitter to jokingly call for NASA's assistance. Indian fans were in for a surprise when their wish for the trailer was fulfilled by none other than the Russo Brothers (Anthony Russo and Joe Russo), director-duo of Avengers: Endgame. Infinity War and that ending were absolutely bonkers, and left many fans shocked and clamoring for answers. Perhaps this would be a flawless chance to bring back the Valkyrie, who we didn't get a chance to see during Avengers: Infinity War. We also see an angry and now violent Hawkeye which is now converted into the new hero Ronin.
Democrat McCready takes back concession in disputed 9th congressional district race
An election would take place well after the new session of Congress convenes January 3, likely creating a temporary vacancy. In this November 7, 2018, file photo, Mark Harris speaks to the media during a news conference in Matthews, N.C.
In case you're living under a rock and somehow missed the trailer when it hit the interwebs on December 7th, check out the first look at the upcoming AVENGERS 4 below, which is set to soar into theaters on April 26th, 2019.
All three of these characters - all assumed or confirmed dead by the Avengers - were involved in the trailer indirectly as a mark of them being "ghosts" hanging over the rest of the characters.