25. The World Accepts The Snap - But "Not Us"
"I keep telling everybody they should move on," Steve Rogers reflects. "Some do. But not us." For all Steve has been trying to help the world to heal, he's no longer willing to just accept the way things are. The Avengers aren't moving on; they're going to put the world to rights. The fact Cap says he's been telling people to move on also suggests he was leading the support group seen earlier.
24. Bruce Banner
The Avengers: Endgame trailer only gives a single shot of Bruce Banner; he's in the Avengers Compound, likely looking at the monitor screens that are presenting a tally of the dead from the first teaser. Avengers: Endgame is known to be the end of a three-film arc for the Hulk, one that began in Thor: Ragnarok and ran on through Avengers: Infinity War. Given that's the case, it's reasonable to assume Marvel is holding back on any major Hulk-related reveals.
23. Ant-Man Learns About Infinity War
In what's undoubtedly a deeply emotional scene, Ant-Man rushes to his family's home and learns about Thanos' snap, an event that Marvel is referring to as the Decimation. The post-credits scene of Ant-Man & the Wasp saw Scott Lang stranded in the Quantum Realm after his companions were dusted. But the same scene hinted at just how he could escape, with Janet Van Dyne mentioning "time vortexes."
Emerging from the Quantum Realm after the snap, Scott is no doubt horrified to see the state of the world, but knows who may be able to help; in the Avengers: Endgame teaser trailer, he takes the Quantum Tunnel van from San Francisco to the Avengers Compound in New York.
22. Black Widow Arrives In Tokyo
The Avengers: Endgame trailer shows Black Widow arriving in Tokyo in an Avengers Quinjet in order to recruit Clint Barton. While the Japanese city is still brightly lit, even here a few buildings have gone dark, no longer lived and worked in after the Decimation.
21. Black Widow and Ronin Reunite
Black Widow is successful in her mission to recruit Hawkeye, and the two are shown in the Avengers Quinjet, presumably about to head back to New York. The dialogue clearly implies Black Widow has approached Clint with the Avengers' last chance plan of undoing or averting the snap.
20. The Avengers' Plan Has A "Small Chance" Of Success
The previous Avengers: Endgame trailers have hinted that Captain America has a plan to put the universe to rights, and while the new trailer doesn't delve much into that, it highlights how they have a chance. "Even if there's a small chance we owe this to everybody who's not in this room to try," Black Widow says this at the midway point of the new trailer, presumably to the team before they embark on their mission. This against odds fighting links into Doctor Strange's 1 in 14,000,605 hope of victory.
As for what the plan is, there's strong evidence it involves time travel, with the Avengers using the Quantum Realm to travel back in time in an attempt to either avert or undo the snap.
- The Avengers 4 / Avengers: Endgame (2019) release date: Apr 26, 2019
- Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) release date: Jul 05, 2019