Fans Are Mourning Thanos’ Victims After New Avengers: Endgame TV Spot
The new Avengers: Endgame TV spot gives us a few quick glimpses at what’s next for the survivors of Avengers: Infinity War, including an Iron Man and Nebula collaboration, a reunion between Captain America and his shield, and some new journeys for Thor and Rocket. For a few fans, however, it was the heroes they didn’t see that hit them right where it hurts.
Last night’s preview begins with a quick reminder of all the major characters who turned to dust in the snap, from the Wasp to Vision, but even without these opening images, fans would’ve had no trouble remembering the unfortunate fates suffered by these and other cherished characters last year, and in response to the new TV spot, many took to Twitter to mourn all over again.
the fact wanda maximoff didn't make it to the avengers:endgame still …. breaking my heart
— car (@svteenclubs) February 4, 2019
Just give me Doctor Strange…
— Geraldine Carr (@GeriCarr) February 4, 2019
Black Panther mi corazón ?
— mariana (@5scsofdirection) February 4, 2019
UHMM… WHERE’S LOKI??? DON’T DO THIS TO ME AGAIN @Avengers
— queen. (@queenbalsa) February 4, 2019
me, thinking i will get redemption from the first trailer of avengers endgame, but didn't: pic.twitter.com/hHXn1QHjcP
— wani ☻ (@wanigranger) February 4, 2019
For once, the Avengers are avenging something pic.twitter.com/Mq3JesuQ06
— Jon @ Sundance Film Fest (@JonNegroni) February 4, 2019
Of course, it’s all but confirmed by now that the dusted heroes will be returning from the grave, with many of the characters already having future projects lined up. We only have a few months to wait before Peter Parker and Nick Fury each come back for Spider-Man: Far From Home, a film that producers Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige have both said takes place after Endgame. Beyond that, Doctor Strange and Black Panther each have sequels in the works, too, as do the Guardians of the Galaxy, assuming nothing else goes wrong for Vol. 3.
Meanwhile, Falcon and Winter Soldier will reportedly be pairing up for their own TV show on Disney Plus, as will Scarlet Witch and Vision. Even Loki, who died a fair bit earlier than the victims of the Decimation, is confirmed to return in his own series. How exactly all of these characters will be coming back, however, remains the big question that Avengers: Endgame is set to answer when the film hits theaters on April 26th, 2019.