Is "Avengers: Endgame" Even Real? New Trailer and Leaked Footage Hint: Maybe

We don't know if the alleged "Endgame" leaked footage is real, but there's a new TV Spot that's the best, most revealing trailer Marvel's ever made.


Have you been aching for the perfect three minutes of Avengers clips so you don't have to watch all 11 days, 2 hours, and 17 minutes before Endgame's release?

Does your adrenaline rise when you hear loud, orchestral music cues? Does the sight of Captain Marvel and Thor in the same room hype you up like a handsome, blonde Red Bull?

Then Marvel loves you but also hates editing. The latest Endgame TV Spot trailer is an excellent film student assignment. A voiceover from Samuel L. Jackson even opens the trailer with a hook worthy of a high school commencement speech: "Heroes: It's an old-fashioned notion." (Also, your subject and verb don't match. But that's fine, both grammar and god are dead).

Avengers: Endgame will be released on April 26. Judging by this TV Spot, there's literally no telling what will happen. But if you follow the trail of allegedly leaked footage online...then you might get a whole clip of a real scene in which something happens that's maybe important. Despite being labeled as "spoiler-heavy" on social media, the "leaked" footage doesn't do more than intensify the already hyped publicity surrounding the film and Thanos' hopeful comeuppance.

AVENGERS 4 ENDGAME Thanos Vs Iron Man Trailer NEW (2019) Marvel Superhero Movie HD

Meg Hanson is a Brooklyn-based writer, teacher, and jaywalker. Find Meg at her website and on Twitter @megsoyung.

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Who's the New Character in the "Frozen 2" Trailer?

No matter who's joining the cast, Olaf is the best dim sidekick since Ben Affleck to Matt Damon.


These marines are going to lose their minds when they see the new trailer for Frozen 2.

Disney demonstrated their global domination when they paused everybody's Wednesday by releasing the first teaser trailer. In 1:59 minutes, we see Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel) channeling her inner action hero as she battles the sea with her powers. Scenes of Anna (Kristen Bell) racing towards an icy cliff reveal the sisters are separated once again. Meanwhile, Kristoff (Jonathan Geoff) and Sven appear to be racing towards an emergency that the sisters can probably handle on their own, but their efforts are appreciated. Olaf (Josh Gad) also returns as Disney's best enchanted inanimate object since Rex in Toy Story.

Frozen 2 already seems like a promising follow-up to the original's $1 billion phenomenon. While it's only a teaser, we get a reminder of Elsa's penchant for dramatic costume changes (like the one that stole the hearts of these marines in the original) and that family will fight against the odds to be together. "Let It Go" composers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez return to provide the music that will haunt our dreams for the next year and a half.

Excited buzz surrounds an unfamiliar character who appears in one frame of the trailer. Disney's confirmed new additions to the cast including Sterling K. Brown and Evan Rachel Wood, so perhaps the mysterious character is Woods'. Whoever she is, we hope she's welcomed by the Arendelle royal family better than Meghan Markle's been received by the Windsors.

Frozen 2 will debut Nov. 22.

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Meg Hanson is a Brooklyn-based writer, teacher and jaywalker. Find Meg at her website and on Twitter @megsoyung.

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