It's here, folks. We've got the first actual clip from Avengers: Endgame. Have a look down below and see what you think.
It premiered on Good Morning America this morning and it seems to feature a conversation about the best way to bring back the fallen Avengers after they were taken in 'the snap' that destroyed half of all living creatures in the universe.
To say it's emotional is somewhat of an understatement.
Captain Marvel has teamed up with what's left of The Avengers as they draw up a plan to beat Thanos.
Will it work? Well, with a run time of three hours it's unlikely anything will run smoothly...but we're here and ready for the full series of twists and turns on April 25, when Endgame gets its official release.
But what did we learn from this latest clip? Well, we already know that Avengers: Endgame is the film that will bring the curtain down on the chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that began with Iron Man in 2008.
More than a decade has passed since then, and a whole lot has changed.
We also know that a load of our heroes were turned into rapidly disappearing particles and taken to - you'd have to imagine - somewhere else after Thanos gained the power of the Infinity Gauntlet and initiated the snap.
The scene begins with Bruce Banner taking a somewhat downbeat approach to their chances of rescuing their lost pals, but Carol Danvers - Captain Marvel to you and me - appears to think that they stand a decent chance of overthrowing the evil Thanos.
To be fair, they wouldn't have much of a film if they didn't believe that.
She says that they should take it to Thanos and give him what for. That's the spirit. At that point, War Machine says what is on everyone's mind. If she's so keen to go and give Thanos what for, where the hell has she been all of this time?
There's a simple answer to that.
The Avengers aren't on the other planets. That leaves them helpless to the evil out there in the universe.
If you want to know more about what happens, you'll have to wait. Luckily for us, we won't have to wait that long at all.
The official release date for Avengers: Endgame is April 25th. That's only a matter of weeks away.
Oh, and we've got Game of Thrones to come before then if you're interested. It seems as if most people are.
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