It's starting to look like we're getting a new Infinity War trailer next week. Marvel Studios' next movie could possibly be their most anticipated release ever, and could also be their biggest movie ever, both in terms of scope and what it's poised to do at the box office. The massive event movie is a little over two months away, but we've only seen a single teaser trailer so far. That lends some credibility to a rumor that suggests the new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War will debut next week on Good Morning America.

The rumor comes courtesy of Reddit user Rman823, who made note of the fact that Sebastian Stan, Paul Bettany and Karen Gillan are all set to appear on Good Morning America this Tuesday, February 27. While that isn't outright confirmation, it's hard to believe that three of the Avengers: Infinity War cast members will be there on a purely coincidental basis. Not to mention that Disney has worked with Good Morning America to reveal trailers before, most recently with the first trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story. Circumstantial evidence taken into account, it seems safe to assume we're getting some new Infinity War footage very soon.

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While it seems like we're not going to get a ton of trailers for Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel needs to release at least one, full-length trailer for the movie and, given that the release date is creeping up, they're likely to release it soon. That makes this rumor seem even more credible. Plus, with Black Panther firmly past its record-breaking opening weekend, they don't need to worry about a new Infinity War trailer stealing any of T'Challa's thunder. The timing seems right and Bucky, Vision and Nebula will be on a talk show Tuesday morning. The math checks out. So set your alarms and mark your calendars, Marvel fans.

So, how much will Marvel show in this full-length Avengers: Infinity War trailer? Even if they don't release it on Tuesday, the footage is going to be coming our way soon. The first trailer gave us a much better idea of what to expect from the movie, but that's only because we had seen practically nothing up to that point beyond some set photos. Will this new trailer actually showcase more of the plot? Or will Marvel really try and keep the cat mostly in the bag until the movie actually arrives in theaters on May 4? It's not as though they need to show as much for this movie in order to get people on board. Thanos finally coming to Earth should just about do the trick.

Joe Russo and Anthony Russo, who directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, return to the director's chair(s) for both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4. We'll be sure to keep you posted as any new information regarding the new Infinity War trailer is made available. This may have started as a Reddit rumor, but don't be surprised if this is officially confirmed by the end of the week.

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