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Rumor has it the long-awaited Avengers 4 trailer will hit Friday morning, and Marvel fans are ready. They've been awaiting this trailer for months -- possibly since credits rolled on Avengers: Infinity War back in April.
How ready are they?
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Several dozen people on Twitter have changed their handles to some version of "GIVE TRAILER UNTITLED AVENGERS." Fans using the Twitter hashtag #MARVELVSTHEFANS have made multiple videos begging the Avengers 4 directors for the trailer. Fans on Reddit have shared, then deleted, moment-by-moment descriptions of what supposedly happens in the trailer, based on unofficial leaks. They've pored over the social media accounts of the film's directors and stars, looking for clues to a trailer release date and a title.
Complicated theories about a trailer release date for the film have arisen based on past practices, planned events and possibly the waxing and waning of the moon. Expectations were high for the trailer to drop on Wednesday, Dec. 5. But on Tuesday, rumors began to spread that Marvel would wait until Friday to respect Wednesday's solemn event, the state funeral of former US president George H.W. Bush. Marvel did not respond to a request for comment on whether this supposed schedule was accurate.
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Trailer watchers have been burned before. Fans hoped Wednesday, Nov. 28 would be the big day. It was almost a year after the Avengers: Infinity War trailer came out, and the film's directors, brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, were speaking that night in Hollywood at a screening of Infinity War sponsored by Collider.
But that date, and the Q&A, came and went with no trailer reveal.
Trailer - New - York - Loews - Cinema
The first ever trailer was shown in a New York Loews cinema in way back in 1913, and it wasn't even for a movie. Instead, it was a short film made to advertise the Broadway musical The...
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