New Avengers: Endgame Super Bowl 2019 trailer snaps the competition into dust
Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, War Machine, Hulk, Rocket Raccoon, Ant-Man, Thor and more return to fight another day in the new Avengers: Endgame trailer. While Thanos left behind plenty of emotional wreckage after Avengers: Infinity War, that doesn’t mean our favorite Marvel superheroes have totally given up hope. And maybe, Captain Marvel is their ace in the hole. The new Avengers: Endgame trailer released by Marvel Studios during the Super Bowl on Sunday shows the remaining Avengers mourning the loss of half of all the life in the universe, but the superheroes are also preparing for a much larger fight. The trailer has superheroes like Captain America attending a support group, Iron Man and Nebula repairing — or perhaps upgrading — armor, Black Widow practicing at the gun range, and even Hawkeye shows up. It’s intense, super intense in fact, punctuated with handclaps that you might say represent Thanos doing the old finger snap.
Captain Marvel Super Bowl 2019 Trailer Goes Higher, Further, Faster
As expected, Super Bowl LIII has given us plenty of new trailers to watch. On top of a new Avengers: Endgame spot, Marvel and Disney offered viewers another quick look at Captain Marvel, which releases in theaters next month. The trailer begins with Carol Danvers getting ready to hop in a jet, saying she’s ready to go “higher, further, and faster.” You can get a full rundown in our Captain Marvel Super Bowl trailer breakdown.
Watch ‘Black Panther’ Free
The 91st Academy Awards are less than a month away, which means it’s about time to get caught up on the nominated movies. Many contenders made their theatrical debut in December and are still available on the big screen (“Mary Poppins Returns,” “If Beale Street Could Talk” and “Mary Queen of Scots,” to name a few).
Stephen King’s The Stand: new TV series back in development
It’s been a long gestation period for Josh Boone’s (The New Mutants) adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand, but we finally have an update: it’s now reportedly becoming a 10-hour limited series at CBS. This comes from The Tracking Board, which reports that Boone’s TV adaptation will air on CBS All Access, the network’s streaming subscription service, which is also the home of Star Trek: Discovery.