New ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Ad Sees the Title Team Suiting Up

New ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Ad Sees the Title Team Suiting Up

It will also feature Kate Bishop, the next person in the Marvel Comics universe to take on the Hawkeye moniker, but there's no word on who will take on Bishop's role just yet. And those were the choices that she and her hair and makeup team had made.

Cast members Mark Ruffalo (L), Karen Gillan and Chris Evans pose for a portrait while promoting the film Avengers: Endgame.

Avengers: Endgame stars Robert Downey Jr. Rocket then pays Captain America a compliment on his moving monologue - giving us a fresh look at the raccoon hero in the new Avengers suit - and Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) agrees.

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Avengers: Endgame releases in cinemas on April 26, exactly a year after the release of Infinity War.

AMC Theaters reported that it sold three times as many "Endgame" tickets than it did for "Infinity War" on the first day of ticket sales on April 2, according to CNBC. As does Hawkeye, as does Captain Marvel. Let us know in the comment section below. You can take or leave this new 30-second spot for the upcoming Marvel movie because, on one hand, it doesn't do much besides stir up some excitement for the film's eventual arrival, and on the other, you can't trust anything that Marvel releases in its marketing material these days. And it's pretty clear, just from the Endgame trailer, that Bruce Banner is alive and well in that movie.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has truly been a movie franchise like no other, changing cinema with is interconnecting movies and sub-franchises, all coming together at various stages for big event pictures. Though initial projections had the film raking in between $200-250 million United States dollars, these newfangled numbers suggest a much higher output, within shouting distance of Infinity War's highest grossing opening weekend record.