'Avengers 4' trailer release delayed as a mark of respect to George H.W. Bush
Marvel fans will have to wait for the first look and title release of the upcoming 'Avengers 4' which was delayed due to George H.W. Bush's funeral
Marvel fans will have to be a bit more patient and hold on for news about 'Avengers 4', especially since the trailer for the much-awaited movie has now reportedly been delayed.
The title release and the first look trailer for the fourth part of the massive series has been postponed until Friday, December 7, as a mark of respect for the former President of the United States of America George H.W. Bush who passed away last week. The 41st president died on November 30.
Many die-hard fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) were thrilled when they had the chance to see a special viewing of 'Avengers: Infinity War' in Hollywood which was followed with an incredible opportunity to get to question the men behind the films — Anthony and Joseph Russo. However, questions about the new film were not entertained leaving fans disappointed.
This was not the only time that fans have been close to getting new information about the upcoming film. In October, Mark Ruffalo who plays the Hulk, was in trouble when he accidentally let slip the title of the upcoming film in front of a live audience on an interview on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon'.
The moment was edited out for TV but that did not stop the Russo brothers from tweeting to Mark in a quip saying, 'Mark, you're fired'. Marvel fans have a lot to look forward to, given the number of epic films which are lined up for release including the likes of 'Guardians of The Galaxy 3', 'Black Panther 2' and 'Spiderman: Homecoming 2'.
The entire United States is in mourning as the nation bids farewell to President George H.W. Bush who will be buried alongside his wife Barbara and their daughter Robin who had passed away at the age of three to leukemia in Texas.
Speaking at his father's funeral, former President George. W. Bush shared that the family took solace and comfort in the fact that he will be reunited with people who meant the world to him. "So, through our tears, let us see the blessings of knowing and loving you – a great and noble man, and the best father a son or daughter could have. And in our grief, let us smile knowing that Dad is hugging Robin and holding Mom’s hand again," George shared.