Avengers: Infinity War Trailer Coming This Fall
It's difficult to decide which movie from the MCU I'm most excited about seeing (*cough* Black Panther), but near the top of the list is definitely Avengers: Infinity War and the untitled sequel to be released in 2018 and 2019 respectively. Principal photography in Atlanta, GA has been ongoing, for the past 5 months, so there's plenty of footage, pre-polish, to look forward to.
Word comes in from Kevin Feige during an interview with ComicBook, that our first trailer for AIW will probably come with Thor: Ragnarok.
“It’s a good question. I’m not sure. I think it would be late summer, early, mid fall? Ragnarok, probably.”
While far from a release date and run time, this definitely stands as official confirmation of a trailer release to me. Let's hope it brings the goods it needs to in order to sell the gravity of this particular film.
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There's a lot to cover over the next few weeks and through the betas into the final release this fall for all the software covered. Hopefully this whets your appetite enough to keep your eyes peeled.
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