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‘Avengers: Endgame’: Other Times Marvel Has Edited Trailers To Mislead Fans

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The Avengers: Endgame Super Bowl TV spot has given birth to some major theories. Eagle-eyed fans noticed shots that looked edited to remove characters from the image. We’ve already revealed who those characters might be, but in the minds of viewers, there’s nothing to even to theorise about.

Some MCU fans don’t believe that there’s anything unusual about the Avengers: Endgame Super Bowl spot. They believe everything is exactly how it should be. That’s a fair argument, yes. But it ignores a bit of history regarding Marvel Studios key character shots out of their trailers:

Adding onto someone’s post, these are a few examples of how Marvel edits shots in their trailers to avoid spoilers! So perhaps some of the scenes in the Endgame trailer have certain aspects/characters edited out. Cheeky Marvel. [collage edited by me] from r/marvelstudios

 

There have three examples in the history of MCU when this has happened:

THOR: RAGNAROK

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Thor: Ragnarok saw Thor with two eyes in the trailer.

First, in Thor: Ragnarok photo collage we saw Thor unleash his power on Hela, with his eyes ablaze. “Eyes”, yes. In the movie, Thor lost his eye to Hela in the opening moments.

 

 

 

 

CIVIL WAR (2016)

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Spider-Man got edited from the Civil War promo trailer.

Then in Captain America: Civil War used early trailers to tease the conflict, as Cap’s faction of Avengers team went against Iron Man’s. They promotional footage edited out Tom Holland’s Spider-Man from the airport fight scene.

 

 

 

 

INFINITY WAR

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Hulk got edited from the trailer of Avengers: Infinity War.

Finally, in Infinity War, when Cap faces Thanos, the Mad Titan has all the number of Infinity Stones. However, Thanos’ collection was edited out of many shots in Infinity aware trailers. Moreover, Hulk wasn’t present during the battle of Wakanda sequence.

So, it is highly possible that MCU is trying to hide something from us in the trailers. What do you think?

Source: Comicbook.com, Reddit