A Different Kind Of Teaser For A Trailer For Avengers: Infinity War

A Different Kind Of Teaser For A Trailer For Avengers: Infinity War

That's My Dinner with Andre compared to what Avengers: Infinity War has in store.

The feature notes that some of the most prominent characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are likely to exit the franchise in one way or another at the conclusion of the fourth Avengers film, now scheduled to hit theaters in May 2019. Avengers: Infinity War will star everyone in every Marvel movie ever (we may be exaggerating a tad but not much) and is set for a United Kingdom release on 27 April. It's somewhat unusual for a movie's first trailer to arrive less than six months before its premiere, but that was the case for this Marvel Studios flick. Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige has also previously said the Infinity War trailer would drop before the end of 2017.

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A Different Kind Of Teaser For A Trailer For Avengers: Infinity War

For more: If you want to be spoiled, head over to The Hollywood Reporter and read a detailed description of the trailer, which first aired at Disney's D23 convention earlier this year. Expect thousands to potentially tune in for this. As for the poster itself, we don't get a really great look at it but the design mimics the design for the poster for both The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron, the former of which was a massive gamble for the MCU. Marvel Studios gave Warner Bros. two weekends to let Justice League breathe, but now they're bringing out their big guns by unveiling quite possibly the biggest superhero movie ever made.

"Avengers: Infinity War" is scheduled for release on April 25 in Australia, April 27 in the United Kingdom and May 4 in the US. (Iron Man), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) all expire at that point, meaning that the characters introduced in recent films such as Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy are likely to take the spotlight in the years to come.

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