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New ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ TV Spot Features Even More Unseen Footage

Avengers: Infinity War, aka the event of the year is almost here, 10 years in the making and only less than a month away! Not only are the fans gearing up for what is supposed to be a film for the ages but the MCU is also holding their own end up with teasers and hype (not that they need it). Recently, the final trailer for the film was released but that didn’t stop Marvel from giving us more than we thought we needed.

The television spot for Infinity War is out and in there you can catch little pieces of clips we have yet to see in the other trailers. There seems to be some new dialogue from Thor and Black Widow (not enough to ruin anything for us or answer any burning question we may have) but new is new. It isn’t much to some – but to others, it brings a whole open world of fan theories to play. The excitement is just building inside the fans and undoubtedly The Russo Brothers and all of those who helped them on this film.

We can see how excited Kevin Feige, the Russo Brothers, and those who worked on this film are getting along side with us, and I bet they can’t wait to see how we react to it!

With the film set for theaters on April 27th and the tickets currently on sale (have you got yours yet?), we cannot expect much more about Infinity War before opening day, but we can gear ourselves up for it. Time to watch the films from the last 10 years and if you don’t have them, get ready for the AMC Theatres 31-hour MCU marathon that we have talked about oh so much.

Catch the new television spot, and the other trailers if you have missed them, which I very much doubt you have, and let us know exactly what you are feeling about the upcoming film.

Don’t forget to purchase your ticket for the film and to let us know what you think about it when you see it! Do you expect this movie to out do all the others? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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