People Are Literally Sobbing Over the 'Avengers 4' Trailer

The trailer for Avengers 4 (officially titled Avengers: Endgame) finally dropped Friday, and it’s got everybody feeling some kind of way.

The latest from Marvel picks up where our remaining heroes left off, which is to say weathered as hell from battling Thanos in Infinity War. Tony Stark is floating through space, lamenting that his oxygen is about to run out. Natasha Romanoff, Bruce Banner, Clint Barnes, Captain America, and Thor are sulking after Thanos destroyed half the universe and wiped out a bunch of their Avengers colleagues. And all are gearing up for what will be a last-chance mission to stop Thanos.

“This is going to work, Steve,” Romanoff, aka Black Widow, tells Captain America in the trailer.

“I know it will, because I don’t know what I’m going to do if it doesn’t,” Captain America replies.

The brooding trailer has triggered some emotional reactions from fans.

things we learned from the #AvengersEndgame trailer:

tony? lost in space ready to die, depressed
steve? depressed on earth, crying
thor? too depressed to talk
bruce? feeling depressed
nat? depressed on the inside
clint? openly depressed
us? depressed

Chris Evans, who has strongly hinted that he’s retiring from his Captain America role after playing the superhero in 10 films, triggered more feels from fans when he again suggested he was throwing in the towel.

“This one is special,” Evans tweeted Friday morning. “You guys have no idea.”

This one is special. You guys have no idea… https://t.co/ELvt6w4blm

Fans replied to the tweet with an endless stream of crying gifs, including an image from the new trailer of Evans as Captain America gently weeping.

WHO ALLOWED THIS pic.twitter.com/5oA91L5rWS

Some fans also mourned the loss of Evans’ beard.

RIP Cap’s beard. Gone too soon. #AvengersEndgame pic.twitter.com/lyGqCPXjcU

It’s not entirely clear if this will be Evans’ last Avengers film. While he told the New York Times after wrapping the latest Avengers that “you want to get off the train before they push you off,” director Joseph Russo recently suggested to the Associated Press that Evans will be back.

“I think it was more emotional for him than us,” Russo said in November. “Only because he’s not done yet.”

It’s widely expected that Endgame, which is due out in April, will be the final installment for this current Avengers crew, which would be a bummer. But as Iron Man says as he floats through space at the top of the trailer, “Part of the journey is the end.”

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