It took us bloody ages to get anything out of those pesky Russo Brothers, who finally gave us a trailer for the forthcoming new Avengers film just before Christmas. The trailer drop also revealed the title of the long-awaited new film, Avengers: Endgame, which was just about enough to tide us over through the festive period.
But now, having been thrown into the bleak month that is January, we're wanting more - which the Russo brothers have thankfully decided to act on.
Well, sort of.
They're not really giving us anything new, but they have reminded us in a teaser video on Twitter that we now only have 100 days to wait until the film lands in cinemas - writing, pretty simply: "100 to go..."
That sounds manageable, right?! After all, it's already been 15 days since the new year, and that seems like yesterday.
In the (very) short clip, we see snippets of Tony Stark, Black Widow and Captain America looking concerned, sad, distressed, downbeat - the lot.
We already knew the film would be released on 26 April, which was earlier than the previously announced date of 3 May, but getting this reminder has perhaps helped some of us remember there's something to look forward to after all.
One person wrote tweeted excitedly: "The countdown has begun!!!"
Another commented: "But who's counting right?......right?? I AM! I'M COUNTING!!!!!"
Mind you, others said it was simply too long to wait, with one tweeting: "I CANNOT WAIT THAT LONG MAN...."
Someone else chipped in: "That's too many days."
Another said: "Ahhhhh you!!! I hate you guys."
Luckily, we've got plenty to think about in those 100 days, as the trailer arguably revealed more questions than it did answers (POTENTIAL SPOILER ALERT).
After watching it, we were left wondering how Ant-Man escaped the Quantum Realm and WTF has happened to Rocket, the last surviving member of the Guardians of the Galaxy.
What about Iron Man? Is that the end for him?
WE DON'T KNOW.
What we do know is that this is likely to be Chris Evans' last hurrah, with the Captain America actor having 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 honour.
"To everyone in front of the camera, behind the camera, and in the audience, thank you for the memories! Eternally grateful."
Thankfully, we've now got 100 days to mull it over and come up with just about any ridiculous fan theory we fancy. C'mon, show us your best.
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