Though we’ve had brand new trailers for huge releases like Justice League and Star Wars: The Last Jedi over the past month or so, the one preview that we’re still all waiting on is Avengers: Infinity War. Packed to the rafters with scene-stealing chemistry and “intense surprises,” the film is now less than a year away, but we really haven’t seen very much from it to date. In fact, aside from some promo art here and there, it’s been near radio silence.
Apparently, we were supposed to get that first trailer with the premiere of Inhumans, or at least, there were rumors pointing to that happening, but September 29th has now come and gone and we still don’t have anything. It’s likely to remain that way for a little while longer, too, after Marvel’s Louis D’Esposito took to Twitter the other month to update us on the status of the preview, saying that it’s not even done yet.
So, as the wait continues and the studio refuses to give us an exact date, we thought we’d point out to all you eager fans that you can still watch the San Diego Comic-Con trailer online. Granted, it’s a leaked copy and hardly the best quality, but it’s been making the rounds lately as those eager for the real thing have been whetting their appetites with this instead.
Admittedly, it was already online for a while after SDCC, but Marvel eventually pulled most of the leaked copies down. Now, however, one’s resurfaced and you can check it out down below.
Again, we still can’t say for sure when the studio will finally bring the internet to a standstill with the release of the first trailer, but we have been promised that we’ll get to see it before the end of 2017. However, that point in time is quickly approaching and we’ve yet to hear of a concrete date for when we can expect it to debut. As always, though, we’ll let you know as soon as something’s announced.
Avengers: Infinity War is booked in for release on May 4th, 2018, and to ensure you’re fully up to speed on Marvel’s epic crossover, we recently listed nine things you may not know about the film, its production, and what the Russo Brothers have in store.