After making us wait for so long, Marvel finally gave us a short emotional Roller Coaster of a trailer that didn’t give us anything that we really wanted to see, but still managed to deliver particular hints for the upcoming mega-crossover event. The Avengers: Endgame trailer only gave us a look at the original 6 Avengers, and along with them we got glimpses of Scott Lang and Nebula. This trailer could easily be categorized under what you may call a teaser. So, we are yet to get a full-fledged story trailer for Avengers: Endgame.
Unfortunately, we will have to wait for a good long period of time before we get any new footage for Avengers: Endgame. Right before the Endgame trailer, we got the second Captain Marvel trailer that was really just an extension of the first Captain Marvel trailer that came out in September.
So there’s probably another final Captain Marvel trailer which will come out within the next two months. We could be looking at the final trailer to come out somewhere around January end, or on February the 3rd, during the 53rd Super Bowl.
This year, Disney dropped a 30 second TV Spot for Avengers: Infinity War at Super Bowl, so it is expected that we will get to see another one of those for Avengers: Endgame during the 53rd Superbowl in 2019. Disney usually ends up securing 2 trailer/TV Spot spaces at Super bowl, and one of those is usually a Marvel film while the other turns out to be a core Disney film.
Disney has plenty of live action fairytale movies coming out in 2019, so with a TV spot of Avengers: Endgame, it will be highly likely that Disney will drop a full trailer for a film like Aladdin. We cannot be getting two marketing pushes for 2 different Marvel films.
So there could be 3 likely scenarios here. Either Marvel gives us the final Captain Marvel trailer somewhere around January end, and then these two Disney trailers as predicted above drop on the Super Bowl. Or Disney could just give us a full trailer for Captain Marvel, and a spot for Aladdin, keeping the Avengers: Endgame spot on the waiting list. Or we may get the full Avengers: Endgame story trailer during Super Bowl along with an Aladdin TV spot, while the final Captain Marvel trailer comes out somewhere in January.
Captain Marvel comes out on March 8, so February will be the month where the final marketing phase of the movie will begin. That usually kicks off with a final trailer, so the trailer already has to come out in February. It is less likely that Disney would want to waste a TV Spot space for the Captain Marvel trailer.
Slashing that, we are left with something related to Avengers: Endgame. People believe that the big story trailer for Endgame would come out during Superbowl, but new rumours suggest that we may have to wait a little longer for some fresh material. According to trailer insider and film Editor Vahn Gharakhani’s new tweet, the next big trailer for Avengers: Endgame could be dropping sometime in March. Here’s what he wrote:
“I’m hearing that the #AvengersEndGame #Trailer 2 might be released in March. Makes the most sense; but nothing is confirmed yet. Nothing has even been cut together yet; so everyone please remain calm. But if March is the month, it makes a lot of sense.”
This probably means that we will surely get a 30 second Spot for Avengers: Endgame during Superbowl. Let’s compare it to the pattern of Avengers: Infinity War trailers. The first one came out on November 2017, which was followed by a TV Spot in February. The big trailer we all were waiting for came out in Mid-April.
But Marvel seems to be marketing Avengers: Endgame very differently. They did not give us a lot of material in the first trailer to obviously prevent spoilers. Then we have the assumption for a TV spot which will not give us much to follow either.
The only hope of getting ample footage before the film comes out lies with the second trailer. Now Marvel could release that in March so that they at least have some footage out for more people to be attracted, but they could also hold it until April just like they did with Avengers: Infinity War, and then begin the big marketing push, the press tours and the world premiere within the last two weeks before the film’s release.
Avengers: Endgame has been marketing itself for so long without a trailer or even a title. People are already super hyped about the film. So a special marketing with extra revealing trailers may not be required at all. To conclude, the second trailer would come out either in March, or April.
The film releases on April 26.