Marvel Studios finally released the second trailer for Infinity War on Friday and fans have been dissecting every frame to try and find out where the Russo Brothers are taking us. However, a group of hardcore Marvel fans took it one step further and decided to do a shot-for-shot remake of the entire trailer and the results are pretty awesome and hilarious as well. There's only a few weeks left to go before the epic movie hits theaters and the hype has clearly gotten some fans a little bit more excited than the rest.

The fan-made remake of the Infinity War trailer was reportedly made for an English class project and it is literally a shot-for-shot remake utilizing objects from around the house and the audio from the original clip. Included in the bottom left-hand corner is the real trailer, to show off how faithful these hardcore Marvel fans were while constructing their project. It's pretty amazing that they were able to pull off something so good in such a short amount of time and one has to wonder just how many times they had to all watch the Infinity War trailer to nail everything.

The fan-made interpretation of the Infinity War trailer was posted on to Twitter yesterday and has since gained a whopping 24,000 likes and over 17 thousand retweets in less than 24 hours. The hype for Infinity War is that intense right now. Not bad for a video that uses plates to represent Doctor Strange's magic and clothes pins for Infinity Stones. Speaking of Infinity Stones, there's not a whole lot in the way of makeup in the trailer remake, but they did throw in the lines on the kid's face who was portraying Thanos.

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This new fan-made Infinity War trailer is just the lighthearted remake that the intense original version needed. The Russo Brothers along with the cast have been telling interviewers over the last few days that there will be tears in the eyes of fans while watching the movie. We know that some of our favorite heroes are not going to make it out of Infinity War alive and the trailer strongly hints at some of these impending deaths. So, it's good to have a laugh at a trailer that has such dark undertones.

Infinity War will hit theaters one week early all over the world on April 27th and the 26th for fans that were lucky enough to score the Thursday night preview tickets. While no reviews for the movie have been released (it's much too early), we hope that the students responsible for this incredible shot-for-shot remake of the latest trailer at least got a good grade for their efforts and hard work that went into constructing everything. Anything less than an A grade is entirely unacceptable. You can watch the entire shot-for-shot remake of the latest Infinity War trailer below, thanks to Aiman Sany's Twitter account.

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