Josh Brolin Taunts Avengers: Endgame Survivors For Not Moving On

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The new trailer for Avengers: Endgame confirms that the survivors intend to do "whatever it takes" to make things right this April. However, it looks like Thanos himself isn't impressed with their sentiment. Josh Brolin has taunted the hopeful heroes for refusing to move on.

Brolin was one of the Endgame stars who shared the new trailer on Instagram. However, the Avengers: Infinity War actor had a cruel comment on everyone being in a hopeful mood. Take a look at his post below.

"They SHOULD move on," Brolin wrote before adding the hashtags #nocontest and #saymynameslowly.


This isn't the first time that Brolin unleashed a bit of Thanos-style savagery on his co-stars. He had previously shared the first Endgame trailer with a cruel caption, "For the 50 percent who are still here." Nevertheless, it's all just part of the act of being the Mad Titan and we're glad that Brolin has the dark humor to prove it.

The new trailer certainly had people talking about what could happen in Endgame. Fans couldn't help but react to Clint Barton training a young girl who is shooting arrows and reuniting with Black Widow. People are also delighted to see Tony Stark making it back to Earth to rejoin the team. However, the teaser may have also hinted at Captain America's horrible fate.

At one point, we see Cap tightening his shield on his arm and gritting his teeth in anger. Some believe that the arm might be injured (hence, it would be painful to strap the shield on) or that Steve Rogers might be going head to head with Thanos once again. Either way, we're hoping that things work out for Captain America this April.

Avengers: Endgame is scheduled for release on April 26.

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