Remember the big battle scene in Captain America: Civil War, the one with Iron Man, War Machine, Black Widow, Black Panther, Vision, and Spider-Man on one side, and Captain America, Hawkeye, Ant-Man, Falcon, Bucky Barnes, and Scarlet Witch on the other.
That word arrived in the form of a short teaser video that featured people reacting to trailers from previous Marvel Cinematic Universe movies in a very knowing nod to how excited people get for their first glimpses at all things Marvel.
Earlier this week, 83 actors - including Holland - were featured in a Vanity Fair cover story that included undoubtedly the largest gathering of superhero actors ever, for a secret photo session to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Marvel Studios since its debut with Iron Man in 2008. Well, technically, it's the end of the MCU's Phase Three - and, quite possibly, the end of the line for some of the franchise's most beloved heroes. For one, the livestream is still on Holland's Instagram account, and it plays into the narrative that Holland (and Ruffalo to a smaller extent) accidentally leaked confidential Marvel material yet again-making for a more interesting story than the simple release of the poster, which looks cool but might not spark much conversation.
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What do you think of this new teaser poster for Avengers: Infinity War?
Speculation will be rife as to which main characters live and die in Avengers 4 before it's released in May, 2019.
Avengers fans, are you ready?