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Marvel is here to perfectly balance out this year's Super Bowl with brand new footage from Avengers: Endgame.
A new TV spot that aired right at the start of the game on Sunday opens with Steve Rogers, shown in a support group for survivors of Thanos' snap, saying, "Some people move on. But not us." Shots of a world clearly missing 50 percent of its population in the aftermath of Infinity War follow, including one of an empty Citi Field.
The trailer then features a series of quick cuts that includes Tony Stark and Nebula crafting, Natasha Romanoff practicing her shooting, Rocket stumbling upon something that isn't shown, Scott Lang and Rhodey suiting up, Steve Rogers strapping himself in, and Thor seemingly on the planet where we last saw Thanos. It's all rather vague but concludes with the surviving heroes walking together at the Avengers facility, ready for battle.
Endgame will conclude the first 11 years of Marvel cinematic universe films, rounding out the story that began in 2008 with Iron Man. It's set to send certain characters off into the sunset, with Steve Rogers himself being who fans widely assume will bite the dust. After Endgame, the next phase of Marvel films will begin in July with Spider-Man: Far From Home. But for now, Endgame hits theaters on April 26. Watch the trailer below. Brendan Morrow