Marvel Studios released a brand new TV spot for Avengers: Infinity War which shows off Tony Stark’s brand new Bleeding Edge Iron Man armor as well as a hilarious scene between Star-Lord and Groot that any parent can relate to.

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The TV spot begins like the latest Avengers: Infinity War trailer showing us New York City as a spaceship appears to be crashing down above it. We get the ominous voice over from Josh Brolin’s Thanos as he says, “In time you will know what it is like to lose. Dread it. Run from it. The end is near.”

We then get clips of Wakanda and some shots of the Avengers. We even get Doctor Strange doing his best Wonder Woman or maybe Deadpool. During this montage, we also get to see Stark’s new Bleeding Edge Iron Man technology in action as the suit forms around his left arm. All the while Tony Stark is laying out his plan, “We have what Thanos wants so that’s what we use.” Then we get the clip of Star-Lord telling Tony his plan sucks. It’s still funny!

We get some more epic shots of Wakanda, a really clear shot of Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch, Thor is on top of some kind of machine most likely crafting his new weapon to replace Mjolnir. We get a shot of Gamora and then Tony jetting after Thanos’ Q-ship.

Finally we get to a scene where Star-Lord is piloting The Milano with Groot in the back seat. Star-Lord looks over his shoulder to see Groot playing some kind of video game. He tells him, “Groot, put that thing away, now. I don’t want to tell you again. Groot.” That’s when Groot responds, “I am Groot.” Star-Lord responds, “Whoa! Language!”

The trailer ends with some epic shots of the Hulkbuster, Doctor Strange, Thor charging the lightning and Spider-Man swinging through a bunch of wreckage.

This move looks like it is going to be an epic blast! I cannot wait to go see it!

Avengers: Infinity War comes to theaters on April 27, 2018.

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