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30 November 2017, 02:00 | Cassandra Thompson
The first trailer for Marvel's biggest superhero team-up to date, Avengers: Infinity War, is here. Things aren't exactly peachy for Earth's Mightiest Heroes, who finally come face to face with Thanos, an angry god looking to pull off a heist of the Infinity Stones so he can control the universe. "There was an idea..." begins Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson).
Thanos is on the march, his deadly order of converts have joined his side and the Infinity Stones are waiting.
Time for the Avengers to assemble.
Leading up to the trailer's release on Wednesday, Marvel took to Twitter to drop a teaser video as well as a poster for the film that had been accidentally shared on Instagram Live by Tom Holland - who plays your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man - on Tuesday. Granted, it's hard to gauge Groot's actual height from this photo alone, but we'd wager that he's now of similar stature to Gamora (Zoe Saldana) or Mantis (Pom Klementieff), which will only spell all kinds of mayhem for the Guardians going forward. Before we continue, just go ahead and watch the trailer first. It's the first of two upcoming Avengers movies that the Russo brothers have directed, with the now untitled Avengers 4 due in May 2019. From Spider-Man's inclusion (his third Marvel Universe movie appearance) to the cinematography and computer-generated imagery. "I know it will not be in ways people are expecting".
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I guess the second half of it definitely could have been defused", Talib said. "If you see the play, I didn't defend Chris". The first half, that was him being extra. "He punched Chris, next play he came [and] punched me". "There was.