'Avengers 4' trailer finally gets a release date
Avengers 4 is the highly anticipated sequel to Avengers: Infinity War. Fans could barely wait to see what the second movie had in store after the Avengers battled the mad Titan, Thanos, who made half the heroes disappear by snapping his fingers. While everyone involved with the project has remained frustratingly tight-lipped, it appears, the first trailer is appearing this week. Here's a leak-peek.
Marvel fans have long been waiting for the new trailer to drop, and rumors have been doing rounds about the name of the upcoming film, as we also reported. Now, with the window for the trailer debut narrowing, we will finally know the upcoming film's title. Avengers 4 will reportedly release the first trailer on December 5, during the television show, Good Morning America.
In this major week for Marvel fans, Captain Marvel will also be releasing a second trailer, as we reported. The origin story of Carol Danvers was supposed to drop the trailer on Wednesday, and Avengers 4 was supposed to debut its trailer on December 3, Monday, during the halftime of ESPN's Monday Night Football. However, the studio has swapped the dates, according to reports.
Since Avengers 4 is the more anticipated film between the two, with no disrespect to Captain Marvel, it seems like a wise move on the part of Marvel Studios to switch the two dates. According to their original plan, if they had released the trailer for Avengers 4 first, it would have most likely eclipsed the news of Captain Marvel's second trailer in totality.
Captain Marvel is being released before Avengers 4 to introduce the hero who is likely to play a major part in defeating Thanos in the upcoming movie. Therefore, it makes sense to release a second trailer exploring her origin story before Avengers 4 trailer debuts.
There is a good reason for calling this a bumper week for Marvel fans. Apart from the previews of Captain Marvel and Avengers 4 releasing on Monday and Wednesday respectively, Thursday too could hold good news for fans. Avengers: Infinity War directors, Joe and Anthony Russo, will attend The Game Awards, where they might reveal the trailer of the upcoming game The Avengers Project.