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‘Avengers: Endgame’ New TV Spot Reveals First Look at Valkyrie, and Fight With Thanos

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We are barely a week away from the final showdown and Marvel Studios has released another TV spot for Avengers: Endgame. The TV Spot offers fans their first look at Tessa Thompson returning as Valkyrie in the Endgame. It also has Josh Brolin monologuing as Thanos, threatening to burn Earth to Cinders. You can watch the latest Avengers: Endgame TV spot below.

Avengers: Endgame New TV Spot

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In the TV spot, we see some of the upcoming fights against Thanos. The Mad Titan has a threat for the Avengers. He says, “After I kill you, I’m going to burn this annoying little planet to cinders.”

It is not clear what Valkyrie has been doing in the new Endgame TV Spot since Thanos defeated the Asgardians following the events of Thor: Ragnarok. However, it’s likely that she’s just as eager as the God of Thunder to get revenge against the Mad Titan!

Also Read: New “Valkyrie” series announced by Marvel!

Avengers: Endgame Interviews

Meanwhile, the Avengers: Endgame stars have been pouring on the hype for the film. Karen Gillan believes that Endgame is the best superhero movie ever made. In an interview 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.”

In another interview, Robert Downey Jr. said:

“The last 8 minutes of that movie are 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.”

He further continues by saying:

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“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. 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 ideal 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 will open in theatres on April 26. Do you think the movie will live up to the hype put out by its stars? Let us know in the comments below.

 

(Source: ComicBook and CBR.com)

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