Marvel fans are super excited and they have all the reasons to be so. The trailer of Avengers 4 can drop anytime now, however, the date is changing every week.
Earlier, it was said that the trailer will be released on December 5, but now we learn that it has been shifted to December 7. The funeral of former American president George H.W. Bush is believed to be the reason behind it.
The new date is said to be the final date. The same was confirmed by The DisInsider's Skyler Shuler, Daniel R from SuperBroMovies, and MCU Cosmic's Jeremy Connard. But Marvel hasn't made any official confirmation yet.
First trailer for Avengers 4 will drop this Friday morning. And yes this is final.— Daniel R (@DanielRPK) December 4, 2018
Just received word, Avengers 4 has been moved to Friday morning! https://t.co/fh1sgTompm— Skyler Shuler (@Skylerhxc) December 4, 2018
However, Kevin Feige, president of the Marvel Studio, had previously stated that the trailer would be released before the end of the year.
Previously it was widely speculated that the Russo Brothers might give away the trailer at the special screening of Avengers: Infinity War held in California, on November 29. Instead, the two had an exclusive Q&A session, where they unfolded unique facts about Avengers 3.
Meanwhile, the second trailer of Captain Marvel was released on Monday. In the film, Brie Larson as Danvers will be in possession of her powers which she gets after her DNA is fused with that of an alien during an accident. A former US Air Force fighter pilot, Danvers had left the planet to join Starforce, an elite Kree military team, and upon her return, she retraces her time she had spent on earth.
The trailer also gives a glimpse of Jude Law's Mar-Vell and Clark Gregg's Phil Coulson, who was last seen in 2011's The Avengers. The film will also feature Lee Pace's Ronan and Djimon Hounsou's Korath. Both the characters were first introduced in the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Avengers 4 will hit the screens in May, next year, concluding the Avengers Universe in MCU.