Avengers: Endgame is going to release this week and the hype is simply getting higher and higher. With just 4 days left, a new TV Spot has made its way online from Marvel in which we can have a first look at Valkyrie along with Thanos who threatens to burn the earth to cinders. In the TV Spot, we can also see Iron Man getting beaten by Thanos. A glimpse of Captain America is also in there. With Tessa Thompson finally shown in this spot, the fans have already started making love triangle memes of Thor, Captain Marvel, and Valkyrie. Here’s the spot:
The fans’ excitement has gone over the roof with this one because it is the first spot in which we are seeing Thanos in action. With Iron Man on the ground, it is established that again, it won’t be easy to defeat Thanos. Talking about the film, then Karen Gillan aka Nebula talked about the success of Avengers: Endgame. She said:
“It’s going to be the best superhero movie of all time. Even if you’ve never seen these characters before, it doesn’t matter. You can still jump onboard and you’re going to have a whale of a time.”
Robert Downey Jr. also went on to say,
“The last 8 minutes of that movie is maybe the best 8 minutes of the entire history of the whole run of them in a way because everyone’s involved. So I was delighted.”
“It was all there in the universe, to begin with, and that’s why I think the Marvel comics have been so numinous to kids and grownups and people,” Downey added. “There’s this love for it because it speaks to the world but it also speaks to the democratic American projected dream, which is far more complicated than that (laughs), but there’s an idea there that’s always been trying to express itself, and strangely, in some ways the best of it has been expressed in these little two-hour segments of entertainment.”
Avengers: Endgame is going to release on April 26th. Tell us about your views about the TV Spot in the comments section down below.
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