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Quit playing games with our hearts.
The first trailer for Avengers: Endgame dropped this morning, and fans are busy analyzing each scene carefully. In the 2-minute-and-25-second teaser, we see the remaining members of the Avengers—those who survived Thanos’ snap that erased half of the population—mouring the loss of several friends. One scene, though, stood out to several people on Twitter: a graphic that shows Shuri, T’Challa’s tech wiz sister, as “missing.”
Earlier this year, the Russo Brothers, who directed both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, refused to confirm whether or not Shuri was turned to dust. Angela Bassett, who played Shuri’s mother Ramonda in this year’s Black Panther, said in an interview that she believed Shuri survived. But the graphic in the trailer shows otherwise.
The teaser trailer, of course, could be intentionally misleading fans. For all we know, Shuri is alive. But that didn’t stop people on Twitter from freaking out at the possibility that the beloved character was gone.
SHURI’S FACE IS THERE AND THEN SWITCHES TO PETER’S FACE. YA’LL SHURI DIED IN THE SNAP????? pic.twitter.com/R5A7YIbwdF
— merry CHRISmas (@marvelunsolved) December 7, 2018
SHURI DIDNT SURVIVE THE SNAP pic.twitter.com/5Fu2rRf0Ga
— jerry (@tonydaisyy) December 7, 2018
-tony is on the verge of dying in a spaceship all by himself
-thor blames himself for the death of literally half the universe
-shuri is gone
-hawkeye has turned into a merciless killer after his family most likely died with the snap
— gabi (@harleivy) December 7, 2018
WHY IS SHURI UP THERE 911- pic.twitter.com/agRFXtcrS8
— birthday kate (@gloomboyloki) December 7, 2018
THE RUSSOS BETTER FUCKING EXPLAIN THEMSLEVES WHY THE FUCK DID SHURI DIE WHAT THE FUCK pic.twitter.com/m0JHkzvRvv
— cal (@tomothyholland) December 7, 2018
— ℐ (@cosmiqueer) December 7, 2018
— Holly (@Hollykach00) December 7, 2018
Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man, is also shown as “missing” in the same graphic in the trailer, but he returns at the very end of the trailer. So maybe that means Shuri is just missing as well, and not actually gone. We’ll have to wait until April 26 to find out.
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) December 7, 2018
Tiffany Kelly is the Unclick editor at Daily Dot. Previously, she worked at Ars Technica and Wired. Her writing has appeared in several other print and online publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Popular Mechanics, and GQ.