Marvel’s latest Avengers spot finds Captain America telling everyone to ‘look after each other’

“You know your teams. You know your missions. No mistakes. No do-overs.”

That’s the voice of Captain America stating exactly what Avengers fans have been thinking since that cliffhanger-ending during last year’s “Avengers: Infinity War.” Now, the group is somewhat back together —at least the original six with some new additions— and ready to take on that annoying purple grape named Thanos.

On Thursday (April 11), just two weeks shy of the much-anticipated premiere of “Avengers: Endgame,” the House of Mouse treated fans to another short snippet from the upcoming flick. Though we don’t really see much in the 30-second video, we do get some brand new footage which is always great, especially with all the fan theories and supposed leaks going around.

The spot features some previously unveiled footage like the team in the Avengers facility about to head out on a mission, Thor and Captain Marvel interacting for the first time, and the group inside of a ship though we’re not sure to who it belongs.

The new piece of footage Marvel blessed fans with includes the team dressed in the red and white Quantum Realm suits which a lot of commenters were (probably still are) not happy about. Dressed in the suits which Marvel Studios head-honcho Kevin Feige has dubbed the Team suits (we prefer Quantum Realm suits, sorry Feige), the team comes together for what looks like their final mission. We watch as Rocket and Scott Lang interact, making us hope they’re on the same team.

We also see the group on that previously-mentioned ship as it heads into hyper-speed. This may be the moment they head back in time to right all those wrongs. The new footage also includes Hawk-Eye and a miniaturized Ant-Man running away from an explosion while Rocket and War Machine get blown back by another explosion.

Watch the latest “Avengers: Endgame” snippet above.

“Avengers: Endgame” blasts into theaters on April 26.

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