Avengers Endgame trailer: Tony Stark is back on Earth

During the closure of the trailer, Captain Marvel is seen in the Avengers headquarters and Thor approaches her while grabbing his hammer from far away.

The Russo Brothers also released the main poster for Avengers: Endgame, which includes almost every surviving character in the MCU along with confirmation that Danvers will have a role to play.

Melancholy seems like an odd tone for a superhero epic that's assembling the who's who of Marvel comics. Along with this all-new footage came the key art for this final chapter in Marvel Phase 3. Probably unsurprisingly, the character is Goose, the feline friend who became a scene-stealer in Captain Marvel. The first trailer was released in December previous year and saw a lonely Iron Man giving a monologue: "being adrift in space with zero promise of rescue is more fun than it sounds". The trailer we've all been waiting for is here.

It was great to see Marvel react so quickly to their error, and immediately release a new poster.

This is no surprise since Endgame will deal with time travel and alternate timelines.

But one of the scenes appears to be a follow-up to the mid-credits scene from "Captain Marvel". Maybe. But at the very least Steve and Tony will have to make up after their dispute in Civil War.

We see flashbacks to the origins of the team's main members before being told they'll do "Whatever it takes" to defeat arch-nemesis Thanos. One, she does say it's gotta be a real emergency, right? "None of us can go back". "All we can do is our best, and sometime the best we can do is to start over".

With just over a month until the blockbuster movie hits cinemas, the clip shows Brie Larson's character meeting Captain America, Thor, Bruce Banner and Black Widow as they try to save the planet.

Also, Black Widow, what are you going to do with a pistol?

"We will", Rogers replies.

The two and a half minute trailer picks up in the aftermath of Avengers: Infinity War with the trailer opening with Tony Stark adrift in space aboard the Guardians of the Galaxy's ship.

"I sensed glory", Downey said.