It’s that time of the year. Avengers: Endgame is finally beginning to get TV Spots. And given how highly anticipated the movie is, we’re surely going to see a lot of them drop over the next few weeks. In as many as four days, Avengers: Endgame has already received four varying TV Spots. While most of them recycle footage from the trailers as well as Infinity War and past MCU movies, one contains a small bit of new footage. Still doesn’t make sense for me to write a piece exclusively for that one though so I thought it best to club them under this umbrella article.
The first one was uploaded by Marvel’s official India YouTube channel. Titled Decimation, the self-explanatory spot shows deaths from Infinity War as our heroes turn to dust, then proceeds to show the Avengers willing to honor their memory, whatever it takes.
Speaking of honor, it’s also the theme of another official TV Spot uploaded by Marvel Entertainment on their Youtube channel. Fittingly titled Honor, the Avengers express hope to do whatever it takes to honor their fallen comrades and do everything in their power to get them back.
The third TV Spot brings some new footage. In the rehab / therapy scene that was glimpsed at in the Super Bowl Spot, we hear Steve Rogers’ extended dialogue, “The world is in our hands. We gotta do something with it. Whatever it takes”. The spot then proceeds to showcase footage from previous trailers. It isn’t uploaded on YouTube but was shared by Twitter user Anton Volkov.
This wasn’t his only contribution however, as Anton shared another spot. While it doesn’t contain any new footage, it packs the strongest emotional punch in that it features the original Avengers theme by Alan Silvestri used sparingly to great effect. It really helps hammer home the nostalgia and hit the message that this culmination of 22 MCU films is going to be a special ride.
The trailers of Avengers: Endgame have been designed to convey emotion over action and the spots seem to carry on the trend. Aside from a few fighting shots of Captain America, Nebula and Hawkeye, not a single action set-piece has been glimpsed at in the trailers, which is admirable. The Russos are trying their best to contain the movie’s many, many, many, many secrets and it shows in their marketing efforts. To that end, we should also not believe everything we see in these trailers.
Avengers: Endgame hits theaters on April 26, 2019. Let us know your favorite spot in the comments below and don’t forget to follow Appocalypse by hitting the Like button below for more coverage on Endgame.