It’s perhaps not a surprise that Wonder is not administering much in the way of story in the ramp-up for Avengers: Endgame. The most up to date trailer, like the one before it, leans heavy on unfortunate heroes assuring vague activity. However what it does have? Style.
The lack of anything approaching a spoiler makes sense. Avengers: Endgame represents the culmination of 11 years of orchestration across 21 films. Besides, the Spider-Man: Far From House trailer currently primarily most likely verifies that everybody makes it out OK. So instead of concentrate on the pledges to do “whatever it takes”– the key to beating Thanos was Think of Dragons all along– let’s zero in on what truly matters right here. Starting with Hawkeye’s hair.
Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) sat out Avengers: Infinity War, and evidently invested that time fashioning himself into a grim samurai, a nod to the character’s change right into Ronin in the comics. More important, he provided himself a wonderful mohawk, potentially an act of protest over having been overlooked of the last huge battle, or of grieving over his (possibly, probably) atomized household. Or he’s been paying attention to a great deal of Rancid, maybe?
Elsewhere, the constructed group has upgraded its set, preferring a matching white armored Avengers endgame over their private looks. This raises questions, also, given that some participants of the team– Iron Guy (Robert Downey Jr.) and Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), specifically– derive their powers from their outfit. One suspects they’ll describe this with a solitary line of dialog!
If it appears foolish to focus on sartorial choices, well, there’s just not much even more to go on. Hawkeye cocks an arrow; Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) discharges a weapon. Captain Wonder (Brie Larson) turns up, but you knew that. Marvel’s obviously maintaining the Endgame goods to itself until the motion picture appears on April 26. Which, truthfully, fine. It’s taken 11 years to obtain right here; another six weeks can not injure.