Answers to the last episode first.
…When troubles come and my heart burdened be…
…Then, I am still and wait here in the silence…
I guess you already got the correct answers!
Here comes the practice for today. It’s a piece of news about The Avengers.
Please LISTEN PATIENTLY. And the question goes to 3 blanks I have blanked in the script below.
“Avengers: Endgame” isn’t anywhere near its premiere date, but the upcoming Marvel film is already breaking records.
Marvel announced Saturday that the film’s first trailer, released early Friday, had been viewed 289 million times, making it the most-viewed film trailer within 24 hours of its release in history.
If the Marvel Cinematic Universe has taught comic fans anything, it’s that the name of a movie doesn’t ??? (1 word missing) have anything to do with any comic storylines that have the same name. For example, Avengers: Age Of Ultron’s only connection to the Age Of Ultron event was that Ultron was in both, Captain America: Civil War only has some ??? (1 word missing) quotes and a fight between Cap and Iron Man in common with the Civil War comic, and Avengers: Infinity War was sort of a mash-up of the Infinity War event and the original Infinity Gauntlet story—but with the latter missing Adam Warlock, the Silver Surfer, and the cosmic-level players like Eternity and Galactus.
Now that we know that Avengers 4 is titled Endgame, The Hollywood Reporter decided to examine Marvel’s long history of putting “Endgame” in the name of things to see if it could pull out any clues for the movie—even though, as we’ve established, this sort of thing is typically a meaningless exercise. As it turns out, THR’s investigation has determined that this may have been even more ??? (1 word missing) than usual, because barely any of the 19 comics with “Endgame” in the title that THR pulled out are even remotely related to Thanos.
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