'Avengers: Endgame' Trailer 3 Release Still Coming, Kevin Feige Confirms

With only two months left before the premiere of Avengers: Endgame, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige promises another trailer is on the horizon. Marvel has a long history of keeping their secrets under wraps, and information is often few and far between. So it’s no surprise that Feige is operating under the same level of secrecy regarding Endgame’s third, and possibly final, trailer.

Speaking with ComicBook, Feige confirmed we’d be getting another trailer but was vague about exactly when that would be. “Before [the movie] is released,” was the only response he could offer. That could be anytime between today and the end of April, but given that Captain Marvel will be hitting theaters on March 8, it’s highly likely that a new Endgame trailer will come paired with the film.

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The last Endgame trailer was brief and left fans wanting more. Getting a new trailer alongside another Marvel film would be a perfect way to boost fan excitement. After all, it’s usually customary for a film to get its final trailer at least a month and a half before its theatrical release.

Feige also teased that Endgame’s plot will heavily depend on the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe — a history that will be further explored in Captain Marvel.

“It’s the entire backbone of the emotionality of the movie, for sure. That’s 100% what it is,” he said.

Does that emphasis on history also confirm the importance of time travel in Avengers: Endgame? Though the extent of Captain Marvel’s involvement in Endgame is unclear, it’s been established that she can time travel, which is most likely how she winds up in the present to help the Avengers beat Thanos in the first place.

She also has a history with Nick Fury. Perhaps some of that history may involve S.H.I.E.L.D and its ties to Project T.A.H.I.T.I. — a project that involves the Kree and is, in part, rooted in reshaping and altering memories. How that could come into play in Avengers: Endgame is anyone’s guess, but time travel looks to be playing a decent-sized role in the film.

Feige’s talk of a new trailer transitioned to Marvel’s future plans post-Endgame. While Marvel is known for planning several years in advance, Feige confirmed there won’t be any announcements for upcoming projects until after the release of Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home.

“I don’t think we’ll be announcing five or six years,” he said, “but we know sort of where we want to head in the next five or six years.”

Five or six more years of Marvel movies? That’s a tantalizing idea, and we’d do almost anything to find out what Feige and his co-workers have planned. A few sequels like Black Panther 2 and Doctor Strange 2 have basically been confirmed, and the Disney-Fox merger is expected to bring the X-Men and Fantastic Four into the MCU, but beyond that we have no idea what to expect.

Before any of that can happen, however, we’ll have to see how Avengers: Endgame brings the first 10 years of Marvel movies to a close. Hopefully this upcoming trailer will provide a few more clues as to exactly how that could happen.

Avengers: Endgame hits theaters April 26, 2019.