“Whatever it takes.”
That’s how Marvel decided to drop their newest trailer for “Avengers: Endgame” coming to theaters April 26.
The “Endgame” trailer cleverly opens with the very beginning when Tony Stark uses his prototype Iron Man suit for the first time and crash lands into the desert.
Many black and white scenes from past movies litter the trailer. We see past scenes from not only Iron Man, but also from Captain America, Thor and, of course, the last Avengers movie when we see our favorite superheroes disintegrate into dust.
These black and white scenes are contrasted by colorful scenes that will be featured in “Endgame” as the remaining few Avengers get together to face Thanos in the aftermath of the end of the world.
And as the “Captain Marvel” movie continues to dominate the box office, Thor gives his final approval to the newest addition of the team.
“We like this one,” he says towards Captain Marvel played by Brie Larson.
And to top it all off, Marvel fans see Tony Stark back on Earth with his fellow Avengers with a spiffy new suit.
The Twitter-verse was not ready, to say the least.
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A couple walking their dog in Oceanside Tuesday came across a shotgun and a 357 revolver lying in the road, according to police.
Four-time New York Times bestselling author, podcaster, and speaker Gretchen Rubin visited the News 8 Morning Show studio to talk about her new book "Outer Order, Inner Calm." Her book offers a multitude of ideas to help readers de-clutter and simplify to make room for happiness.
March Madness is underway! The NCAA tournament runs through April 8th and a local pub is capitalizing on its popularity.
The first ducklings of the season arrived at the Rancho Coastal Humane Society’s San Diego Wildlife Center in Carlsbad this week.
A low-pressure storm system is expected to reach San Diego County Tuesday, bringing light rain and a chance of thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service.
A 36-year-old man was behind bars Tuesday morning on suspicion of stabbing a man and a dog in Vista, authorities said.
There is an incredible opportunity Tuesday night for film enthusiasts. Chosen from 300 film entries from around the world, 15 finalists in the "Migrant Voices Today" film challenge will be screened as part of the 26th annual San Diego Latino Film Festival.
The San Diego Zoo's Safari Park hosted a birthday celebration Tuesday for Joanne, one of the gorillas in its Gorilla Forest habitat.