The highly anticipated new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War has finally arrived and it is everything you wanted and so much more.
After 18 hugely successful films, you would think that it would be impossible for Marvel Studios to up the spectacle and get fans even more excited for their next release.
But that is exactly what they have done with Avengers: Infinity War. After a couple teasers, weeks of hype and years of build up, Marvel released the new, full-length trailer for the third Avengers film on Friday.
And it does not disappoint in any way, shape or form.
The trailer puts the focus squarely on Thanos and it has to be said: Josh Brolin is perfect for this role. When I hear Thanos speak in the trailer, that is pretty much exactly how I always thought the Mad Titan would sound.
The trailer is practically overflowing with information for fans to dissect and absorb, from the first good look at the Black Order to the Guardians of the Galaxy finally interacting with the other heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Speaking of the Guardians, the best scene in the trailer has to be the exchange between Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark and Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord. Watching the two together makes you realize that if anyone could put Iron Man in his place just with sarcasm alone, it has to be Peter Quill.
We also get a lot of action in addition to the humor. We see Cap and Thor face off against Thanos and neither of them seem to be doing terribly well. Doctor Strange looks like he might be having a really bad day and we may see a glimpse of Gamora as a child.
Of course, there is also the things everyone will notice are missing from the Infinity War trailer as well. We still don’t see any sign of Hawkeye or Ant-Man, which has fans of both characters very worried. Nick Fury, Maria Hill and the Wasp are also missing as is new fan-favorite character Valkyrie.
Does this mean they aren’t in the film? Of course not. Most if not all of the characters listed above have already been confirmed for at least a brief appearance in Infinity War. It’s just odd, especially in the case of Hawkeye, that we don’t get at least a glimpse of them in the trailer.
In addition to the trailer, tickets for Avengers: Infinity War have gone on sale and Marvel has released the first official poster for the movie. Tickets are already selling ridiculously fast, with Deadline reporting that the movie has already become the best-selling superhero film of all time, breaking advance ticket sales records on Fandango in just six hours.
The wait is almost over. Fans only have just over a month of hype and anticipation until Avengers: Infinity War arrives in theaters everywhere on April 27.