AVENGERS: ENDGAME TV SPOT IS OUT NOW!
Not surprisingly, Marvel Studios dropped their first TV spot for Avengers: Endgame amid Super Bowl 53 yesterday — and it didn’t disappoint. Alongside the first look at characters like Rocket Raccoon and War Machine, it likewise gave a fascinating shot of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Nebula (Karen Gillan).
In spite of the fact that he’s not in the trailer much by any means — the one shot he appears in is really telling. In what seems to be a gesture to Iron Man (2008), it looks as though Tony and Nebula will finish of rescuing themselves.
ARE TONY AND NEBULA WORKING TOGETHER?
In the teaser trailer released last December, things looked quite disheartening for Stark and Nebula as they medicate themselves around The Benatar while stranded in space. In the Super Bowl spot, however, Stark and Nebula are working diligently accomplishing something.
While they’re chipping away at something off-screen, it’s reasonable Stark is taking a shot at welding something while Nebula gives off an impression of using a ratchet on something in the back. With most fans speculating that the couple would be saved by Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), Rescue/Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), or some other hero — the most recent TV spot demonstrates that the two could, indeed, end up protecting themselves.
The tone of the Endgame spot appeared significantly more darker than teasers for past films — and that is something Marvel Studios has been going for. As indicated by studio president Kevin Feige, they had been chipping away at the dismal Infinity War finishing for years.
“And that ending, which we had been working on for many years, and I do remember people, on all of the movies we’ve made and I’m sure on many of the movies we’ll make in the future, whenever the good guy wins, which is often — good guy, good woman, good hero wins — they go, ‘Eh, it’s kind of predictable. Good guy wins,'” Feige said. “Well, sometimes that’s fun. But for years I remember thinking, ‘I wonder what they’re going to do when they don’t?’ Because we knew that was coming. And it couldn’t have been better. The reaction was the best. The reaction. Was. The. Best.”