Marvel fans spotted something peculiar in last night’s Super Bowl trailer for Avengers: Endgame—something that wasn’t there.
Twitter users were quick to point out two scenes in which Marvel edited out key details. The first shows Black Widow, Captain America, Bruce Banner and War Machine walking across a field (New York City’s Citi Field?) as they look towards something offscreen.
they EDITED SOMEONE OUT BETWEEN BRUCE AND RHODEY pic.twitter.com/DOG7d1W0yY
— meg (@spidervalkyrie) February 3, 2019
There’s an awfully large space between two characters.
— Beb misses Loki (@hometoharryx) February 4, 2019
The second shot appears towards the end of the trailer, when the surviving Avengers are striding across the HQ hangar. Once again, there seems to be a sizable gap between two Avengers.
— Joshua Yehl (@JoshuaYehl) February 4, 2019
— meg (@spidervalkyrie) February 4, 2019
While this may seem tinfoil hat-ty, Marvel Studios has been known to intentionally mislead audiences with their trailers in order to keep plots a secret. Multiple scenes in the Avengers: Infinity War trailer did not end up in the film, and one scene in the trailer had been digitally edited to make it look as though Thanos had less Infinity Gems than he actually did at that point in the movie