5 major takeaways from the Avengers: Endgame trailer

Marvel Studios’ AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR. Photo Disney Media File
Marvel Studios’ AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR. Photo Disney Media File /
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Marvel Studios’ AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR. Photo Disney Media File
Marvel Studios’ AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR. Photo Disney Media File /

2. Steve Rogers may be heading to the past

A major theory for a long time is that Steve Rogers will go back to his own time. As he and Black Widow discuss the next plan, he’s looking at a pocket watch that holds a photo of Peggy Carter. We haven’t seen him look at this for a long time, which suggests he’s possibly thinking of going to the past.

Making this sacrifice makes a lot of sense. Sure, he’d lose his friends but, at the same time, he potentially gains Peggy back. The question is what he’s going to do in the past and how far he’s going.

This could link to the Quantum Realm. He may need that to head back. Then he can prevent Thanos from even getting all the infinity stones. Stop that and he can stop the snap from happening. Will he remain in the past? This is how many have theorized Captain America’s endgame.

1. There is no Loki, Valkyrie, or Rocket

There have been a few characters we’ve hoped would return in Avengers: Endgame. The Valkyrie is one of them. She wasn’t spotted on Thor’s ship when it was blown up, but that doesn’t mean she was killed. Thanos has always taken half of the ship to spare them and killed the other half. We’d hoped the Valkyrie was in that half that was spared but she’s not around yet.

Valkyrie likely escaped on one of the escape pods on the Asgardian ship. This is something the Russo brothers hinted at in the past. Is it possible that we’ll see one of the escape pods find Iron Man’s floating ship to save him? That would bring the Asgardians back into the fight.

Rocket also isn’t around, but he was the only one of the Guardians that survived. It would seem odd if he wasn’t in this movie. Same goes for War Machine, who survived Infinity War. What are they up to?

Most importantly, Loki and Heimdall are missing. Thanos killed both on the Asgardian ship and there are chances the two of them won’t return back. Not showing them in the trailer makes sense since nobody has changed time yet, but not showing (or even mentioning) them leaves their returns up for debate.

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What do you take away from the Avengers: Endgame trailer? What are you most looking forward to seeing? What do you think will happen? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Avengers: Endgame will be in theaters Apr. 26, 2019. Catch up on the rest with the help of Amazon Prime.