Given how many different haircuts and facial hair styles various characters have sported throughout theAvengers: Endgametrailers we’ve seen so far, there’s been lots of speculation about how much time will have passed between the end of Infinity War and the start of Endgame. Disney todayscreened around 10 minutes of footagefor select press on the company’s studio lot in California, and given how much we still actually don’t know about Endgame, even in those scant minutes of footage, we learned quite a bit–including exactly how much time has passed between the end of Avengers: Infinity War and the beginning of Avengers: Endgame.
In this footage, we got a specific answer: When Tony records his extremely sad message for Pepper, which appears to be more or less the movie’s opening scene, he mentions specifically that he and Nebula have been stranded in space for 22 days. That’s just over three weeks between Tony and co.’s ill-fated battle with Thanos, and Endgame’s early scene of Tony and Nebula stranded out in space.
Tony also mentions that their oxygen will run out by the following morning. Given that both he and Nebula will eventually make it back to Earth–judging by other glimpses we’ve seen, at least–we can assume their situation is about to change. That potentially places several scenes we’ve glimpsed in trailers around the same time frame, though others appear to be further in the future–or maybe even in the past. For example, we know from the trailers that Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man will team up with the Avengers again in Endgame, but we didn’t glimpse his arrival yet in the most recent footage screened to press.
That’s not the only thing we learned from the latest screening.Click here for nine more things the footage revealed–from the Avengers’ new secret weapon against Thanos to what the remaining heroes plan to do.
Avengers: Endgame hits theatres on April 26. Tickets went on sale this week, and unsurprisingly, pre-sales aresetting recordsandcrashing ticket-selling websites. Check out ourtrailer breakdownfor a look at all the minor details in the latest trailer, and read on to find out what we learned from the 10 minutes of footage we’ve seen.
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