Disney Says Avengers: Endgame Ends With A Bombastic Bang


The mass dusting that took place in the climax of Avengers: Infinity War has already cast a long shadow over the promotion for next year’s Avengers: Endgame, from the disintegrating Marvel Studios logo seen in the first trailer, to the purple-tinted lettering that the marketing material’s been sporting to remind everyone that despite achieving his life goal, Thanos is definitely coming back.

The importance of The Decimation is also pretty apparent on the first official poster, which features a big purple Avengers ‘A’ crumbling into pieces as though it were just one more of the Mad Titan’s victims. But if a recent message sent out by Disney is to be believed, Endgame could end with a similarly shocking event.

Granted, we don’t imagine it’ll conclude with the vast majority of our heroes perishing once again, but according to the studio, the film will go out with a “bombastic bang.” Or so says the press release below.

It is the most expected trailer of the year. What started with Iron Man in 2008, is going to end with a bombastic bang. After lots of adventures and the most dramatic final in the recent movie history of Avengers: Infinity War, all threads of the Marvel Cinematic Universe converge to the ultimate, game-changing showdown.

What this “bombastic bang” might be is obviously anyone’s guess at the moment, with no one really sure what Marvel has planned for us with their grand finale to Phase 3 of the MCU. That doesn’t mean we can’t begin to speculate, however.

Common predictions floating around the internet range from the death of a major hero – probably Iron Man or Captain America – to a serious shake-up to the status quo of the Marvel Cinematic Universe which would see the OG Avengers being retired in some fashion. And while none of that has been confirmed just yet, it’s pretty clear that Marvel’s got something big in store for us with Avengers: Endgame. Just don’t expect to find out too many of its secrets until the film actually arrives, which will be on April 26th, 2019.

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