Avengers 4 Trailer To Reportedly Drop Tomorrow After Special Infinity War Screening

Author Thumbnail BY Tiny Diapana - November 27, 2018

 

 

Disney’s been pretty busy the past few weeks. The Mickey Mouse House has been dropping trailers left and right this month – one for Toy Story 4, one for its live-action remake of Dumbo, one for the CGI version of The Lion King, and one for its highly-anticipated adaptation of Artemis Fowl. Now, rumor has it that this week Disney might be planning to drop one of the biggest trailers yet – the trailer for Avengers 4.

Collider is planning to host a special screening of Avengers: Infinity War in Los Angeles tomorrow (via CBR), and the event is going to be followed with a question and answer session with director Joe and Anthony Russo. While Marvel has yet to announce a trailer drop during the event, a lot of fans have started speculating that the studio may very well release the highly-anticipated video for fans after the screening of Infinity War. After that, word has it that Marvel will post the Avengers 4 trailer online for everyone to enjoy.

It’s been a while since the Russos completed filming Avengers 4, and fans have been itching for a short preview of the second and final installment in the director’s two-part Avengers movie. There’s been a lot of speculation that the teaser for the film might drop sometime during the last week of November, after all, Marvel did release Infinity War around the same time on Wednesday, November 29, last year. It’s very likely that Marvel might do the same for Avengers 4.

Let’s wait and see whether the trailer really does come around tomorrow night.

Avengers: Infinity War premieres May 3, 2019.

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