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On Friday, December 7, Marvel Studios dropped the long-awaited first trailer for the conclusion to the current iteration of the Avengers series. At the end of Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos snapped his fingers and used the Infinity Gauntlet to reduce half the population of the universe to dust. Needless to say, that leaves our fearless heroes in a pretty tight spot...


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The trailer sees Captain America and Black Widow ready to pursue a last course of action while Tony Stark prepares for death by suffocation in deep space. The trailer is a gloomy one, and fans online were feeling the hurt.



Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, the movie's directors, sent fans a message on Friday:

For those who have been here since the beginning.
For those who have joined along the way.
For the best fans in the Universe.
This trailer is for you...
With much love and gratitude for your patience,
The RB's

Some of the films stars also sounded off on the trailer's release.


One of the trailers most memorable moments came right at the end, when Scott Lang, the Ant-Man (who many fans believe holds the key to defeating Thanos due to his access to the Quantum Zone), arrives at the deserted Avengers compound.




Of course, many Twitter users used jokes to hide their pain.

The posters for the new film look suitably exciting.


The trailer also revealed the film's official title!


Fans are both excited for and terrified of this final movie, which seems to be ramping up to a finale that will leave us all devastated. What will the world be like after The Avengers: Endgame?

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