The Newest Trailer for ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Proves In a Subtle Way That There Will Be Time Travel

Since the trailer for Avengers: Endgame dropped I have watched the trailer at least ten times. And with each viewing my analysis of it has changed with every viewing. While most trailers hide secrets in the background of important shots it seems that this trailer is hiding Easter eggs in plain sight.

Such as the mention of time travel. Now you’re probably saying to yourself, “Time travel? Who said anything about time travel in the trailer?”

Well, no one actually uttered the words time travel in the trailer but it is heavily implied through Peggy’s monologue through the first half of the trailer.


As you probably know it is the same words Peggy says to Captain America in The Winter Soldier when he went to see her: “The world is changed, and none of us can go back. All we can do is our best. And sometimes the best that we can do is to start over.”

There. Did you see it? That right there was the mention of time travel. If you still missed it let me pinpoint the exact moment that is practically pointing a gigantic red arrow at the fact that there will be time travel to some capacity in Endgame.

It’s when Peggy says, “And sometimes the best that we can do is to start over.”

Why, of all quotes in the MCU so far, would they put that quote in this trailer? For one reason. To show anyone who has an open eye (or ear in this case) that The Avengers will have to travel back in time to save the world or the galaxy in this case.

When I realized this Easter egg this morning I had to share it with you all because it was such an exciting discovery. Tomorrow I will write two more posts about the Endgame trailer that you definitely won’t want to miss.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a spectacular day.

Ranking 50 of the Top 250 Movies on IMDb: Part 4

Three parts, thirty movies, twenty left to list. As the list dwindles choosing which films rank higher over others gets harder but I am ready to send you all the next part to this thrilling series. I hope you enjoy. 🙂

19. Coco


When Coco was coming out there was so much buzz around the film that I didn’t want to watch it but when I finally did I was blown away. I watched it late one evening and even though I was up at around one in the morning I wasn’t tired at all. This movie made me smile, it made me laugh, but most importantly, it made me cry. Oh my goodness, I cried so hard and couldn’t stop. This movie plucked my heartstrings as deeply as Miguel loved plucking the strings of his guitar. Lovely movie!

18. Die Hard


Die Hard is definitely one of the best action movies of all time. And what makes it even more outrageously awesome is that Die Hard is, essentially, a Christmas movie. When you think Christmas movie one may immediately think of films like Home Alone or A Christmas Story but Die Hard is just as fun to watch while celebrating the wonderful holiday.

This movie will leave you gasping and wincing and shouting at the screen as it rivets your eyes to the screen from the beginning of the action to the end. And Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman’s performances on this movie were particularly sublime. I’ve only seen Die Hard twice but both times I watched the film I enjoyed it thoroughly.

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My Version of The Last Jedi: Chapter Forty-Four

In the Sky, and On the Ground

Poe Dameron angled his X-Wing to the left, dodging a blast from a pursuing TIE fighter. Around him, the sky was filled with pandemonium as dog chases played out profusely. He whirled the X-Wing around, destroying the fighter that was chasing after him.

“Commander,” he heard Captain Timara say over the comms, “the TIES keep coming. We need to find a way to destroy those Star Destroyers.”

Poe performed a 360 vertical loop, downing three TIES during the maneuver. “I know. Admiral Sterk’s got that covered with the cannons on the ground. We need to keep the TIES from causing any havoc on the ground. That’s our priority.”

Timara sounded annoyed but she said, “Yes sir.”

An X-Wing plummeted past as it was hit by a TIE. Poe’s lips set in a grim line. The quicker the Resistance dealt the First Order a resounding blow the less Resistance fighters would lose their lives.

“Come on, Pamela,” he whispered. “I’m counting on you.”

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