It's the moment millions of fans around the world have been waiting for, the trailer for the new Avengers movie has finally dropped and the film's title has been revealed: Avengers: Endgame.
The tense trailer finally answered some of the burning questions that have been driving fans crazy since the last film was released.
As audiences expected after watching the post-credits scene in Ant Man and The Wasp, Paul Rudd's character managed to survive Thanos's attempt to wipe out half of the universe's population - he pops up at the end, so it looks like he's back to team up once again with the gang, following his appearance in Captain America: Civil War.
Tony Stark's fate however hangs in the balance, as we see him floating through space, with oxygen running dangerously low, and no sign of being rescued - he seems doomed.
That leaves Captain America to take the reins as the leader of what remains of the Avengers team - including Black Widow and Hawkeye, so looks like more prominent roles for Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner than last time - and though he seems to have a plan, it might just be one last roll of the dice.
So let's recap on where we were left in the last Avengers film.
By this point, most of us know how the previous film ended. It didn't turn out that well for our heroes. At the end of Avengers: Infinity War half of the life across the universe was taken out of existence (or so we think) by the evil Thanos.
However, Thanos managed to teleport himself away despite being wounded by Thor.
But enough of that - we've got hope for the future again with the new trailer being dropped.
However, back in the real world, there is a bit of consternation about the futures of some of the actors that play the superhero gang.
Quite a few of the actors are out of contract following this next film, so this could realistically be the last time we see them all together in this incarnation.
Chris Evans is certainly not coming back - he's confirmed that he'll no more don the Captain America outfit after this outing.
He recently tweeted:"Officially wrapped on Avengers 4. It was an emotional day to say the least. Playing this role over the last 8 years has been an honor.
"To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories! Eternally grateful,"The trailer for the next instalment in the Avengers franchise has just dropped after months of speculation about what the film will be called and what it is going to be like.
If today's news wasn't enough, Marvel fans can also look forward to the first trailer release of Spider-Man: Far From Home tomorrow.
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