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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