As expected, the first trailer on Avengers: Endgame leaves us with much more questions than answers – for example, "Who will save Tony Stark from a depressing death in space?" and "How did Ant-Man escape the quantum realm," considering that Hope, Hank, and Janet were dissolved at the end of Ant-Man and the Wasp?
Perhaps more importantly, if you're a fan of Wakanda's Snarky Tech genius, the long startling mystery is whether Shuri has survived the Snap (or "The Decimation," as the MCU appears to be called).
We were pretty sure that Shuri ̵
While the Avengers saw a string of their allies disintegrate right in front of them at the end of the Infinity War (RIP, Bucky) Bruce Banner's shot of the trailer shows three characters, their status only classified as "missing" – Shuri, Scott Lang and Peter Parker.
This is pretty typical of Marvel Trolling, as we had to watch Peter moan in Tony's arms, which confirmed this. At least without the avengers that stayed on Earth, he is definitely dead. The trailer seems to confirm that Scott is despite his journey into the Quantum Empire is still alive, since he's knocking on Caps's door in the last moments. That is, it's just as likely that Shuri could be alive or dead. (Perfectly balanced, how everything should be?)
If Shuri is actually dead, that means that Vision is still dead (er, disabled) and will remain so. As you can remember from Infinity War, Bruce Banner was unable to save Vision, but Shuri found the problem to be resolved. When Corvus Glaive attacked her lab, it looked like Shuri could quickly save Vision's data before it was knocked over. Assuming that Shuri downloads enough thoughts from Vision to successfully recreate it, it means that there is a potential for vision to be revived / rebuilt.
With Shuri out of the picture, however, no one is able to change that data in Vision 2.0. Yes, the two parents of Vision, Bruce Banner and Tony Stark, are still alive, but Infinity War has shown that Shuri's plan was beyond Bruce's scientific ability, and Tony, well, he's floating around in space to meet his creator, so none of them are much help.
Still, our money is still alive – she apparently survived the Black Order's attack in her lab, though she was thrown through a window, and though it would have made sense that she wanted to meet with the surviving Avengers, the decimation Maybe she just hid herself to ride the rest of Thanos' attack? Perhaps she may not be too kind to the gang who led a string of alien monsters with superpowers into the door of Wakanda.
Either way, with T & # 39; Challa out of action and Tony (at least temporarily) stranded in space, Shuri could be crucial in collecting Wakanda and helping Bruce develop the technique Thanos & # 39; snapshot could undo, not to mention their familiarity to repair vision. So it's unlikely that Russos will take them along with Black Panther. Do you think Shuri lives in Avengers: Endgame? Take a look at the fourth Avengers movie. See what Hawkeye's new costume reveals about the state of the Marvel Universe, how Thanos' armored scarecrow pays homage to the comics, and all the clues that point to the endgame title before us all the time.
Joshua Yehl contributed to this report.