The Avengers may be the greatest group of superheroes ever assembled on screen. The trailers for "Avengers: Endgame," however - the final piece to Marvel Studios' 10-year puzzle of storytelling - might go down as the greatest assemblage of nothing ever assembled.
What exactly have these trailers shown us? Lots of walking in slow motion. Earth's mightiest heroes - the ones who survived anyway - trying to figure out how to undo Thanos wiping away half of all existence with his fully loaded Infinity Gauntlet.
And Thanos himself? We finally get a good look at the reason behind all the madness in the "special look" mini-trailer for "Endgame" that the directors, the Russo brothers, put out on social media Tuesday. The minute-long video is just as vague as the other sneak peeks that came before it.
Even the hints we do get in the newest look, which debuted the same day "Endgame" tickets went on sale, just lead to more questions. Thanos is all armored up again, likely suiting up for one last battle against the remaining Avengers to make sure the people he eliminated stay dead. But after such a powerful snap, is the Infinity Gauntlet still at full power after appearing damaged at the end of "Avengers: Infinity War"?