Many fans do not want to have anything spoiled by them regarding Avengers: End of the game. If that's something you're worried about in any of the upcoming trailers, it's not. In a recent interview with MTV, Kevin Feige It was asked whether the marketing strategy for the film was only to show footage of the first 15 to 20 minutes of the film, and Feige confirmed, saying,
I would call [the reports] A little precise, yes. "[For Avengers: Endgame in particular], being able to generate excitement without revealing any of the many, many, many secrets … would be ideal. "
He used the word "somewhat accurate" in his response, which means there are other ways of dealing with marketing. As I said before, I'm sure that these other ways include filming fake scenes for the trailers we do not even see in the movie. This is the same tactic used Avengers: Infinite War.
It makes sense that Marvel Studios does not want to show more than it needs. Fans are already excited for the movie. They are already sold to see it! They just have to give us a few bits and pieces here and there to keep the fans happy while we wait for the movie to be released, but I never hope they spoil anything for us!
O Joe and Anthony Russo directed film is due to be released on April 26, 2019!