Tessa Thompson survived the "snapture" and is back in AVENGERS: ENDGAME
By tomorrow afternoon, I will have seen Avengers: Endgame and can finally close the book on this chapter in my cinematic viewing. Also, I’ll be able to find out if all this intense secrecy was worth it (keep an eye out for my review on Wednesday).
In the meantime, there’s a new Avengers: Endgame tv spot, and while often these add little to the conversation, at least this time you finally get a chance to see Valkyrie in action, albeit very briefly and in what looks to be a new costume. And to be honest, every time I think of the fact that she got off that Asgardian spaceshuttle, I assume that she had to have taken Korg and Miek with her. She better have anyway…my kingdom for a Korg and Miek cameo this week!

Avengers: Endgame is literally just days away, and Valkyrie is indeed in it! Do you have your tickets already? Any special surprises you’re holding out for. I want that Adam Warlock cocoon to open! You can’t have Thanos without Adam Warlock, dang it! What an embarrassment of nerd riches we live in, in the meantime, check out Heidi’s write-up about the showdown of your attention spans that occurring between this and Game of Thrones.
Avengers: Endgame opens this Friday (Thursday night technically for those of you who were able to snag tickets) and stars The film stars Robert Downey Jr.Chris EvansChris HemsworthScarlett JohanssonPaul Rudd, Brie LarsonDon CheadleKaren GillanDanai Gurira, Tessa ThompsonJosh Brolin, and the voice of Bradley Cooper.


  1. You have too much dip on your chip there, Alex. It’s on the front page. I didn’t watch the video.

  2. Does anyone seriously believe that most spoilers won’t leak out before the official release date? You’ll have to stay off pop-culture sites to avoid them.

  3. People are seriously complaining about this site spoiling trailers!!!
    It’s not a spoiler for the movie if it’s in the ad for the movie!!!
    This spoiler terror nonsense has gotten way out of hand. And now, well after the fact, we know that nothing surprising even happened; it was all exactly what was expected.
    And to think, forty years ago, George Lucas revealed in a NYT interview a year before Star Wars was released that the climax was the destruction of the Death Star.

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