When Avengers: Infinity War finally hits theaters it will be an unprecedented superhero explosion. With 67 different characters confirmed to appear, this film will be chock-full everything Marvel fans have been craving. And yet, footage from the film is still very, very scarce. But all of that is changing tomorrow.

On Tuesday, in a video tweet shared by Marvel Studios, the release date for the official trailer was finally confirmed. Tomorrow on November 29, the official Infinity War trailer will drop. That means there’s just one more sleep until fans witness the movie trailer to end all movie trailers.

Weirdly, the Avengers: Infinity War trailer has been making the rounds since July. At San Diego Comic-Con, a trailer for the film was shown for attendees of the convention only. Several blurry bootlegs appeared online afterward, but since then, footage has been hard to find. So, the big question is: will the new trailer tomorrow be the same one fans saw in San Diego?

Fans should be on the lookout for a few major changes from that footage. Notably, will Thor (Chris Hemsworth) still have a missing eye? Or will his injuries from Thor: Ragnarok finally heal? Is Steve Rogers, presumably masquerading as the vigilante Nomad, sport a full depression beard? Or will he be clean-shaven, like a proper soldier? The previously leaked footage had Thor with two eyes and a bearded Captain America. Tomorrow, we’ll find out if that’s still the case.

To say fans have been waiting for this is an understatement. This excitement traces itself back all the way to 2012, when Thanos smirked at the camera in the mid-credits scene of The Avengers. Since that moment, fans have wondered what could possibly top even the watershed moment that was The Avengers, a high point that even Marvel has been trying to recreate for the past five years. Will Infinity War live up to the hype? We’ll know for sure in May, but tomorrow’s trailer will give us an indicator.


Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War will be released in theaters on May 4, 2018.

Check out this video of a real-life Iron Man suit.

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