Early this morning, audiences around the world were treated to one of the most anticipated trailers in recent memory: the debut look at Joe and Anthony Russo's The Avengers: Infinity War. It features the first ever publically-released footage from the upcoming blockbuster, and has generated incredible buzz for a film already carrying a lot of heat. Excitement is at a real high -- but anyone who attended D23 Expo or San Diego Comic-Con this summer can tell you that there is even more to get excited about that hasn't been widely shown yet.

Back in July, Marvel Studios showcased a special Avengers: Infinity War reel at both of the aforementioned conventions, and while it and the trailer do have many common scenes, there are some moments that were kept out of the official release. These bits may wind up in future bits of marketing in the coming months, but below and on the next few pages we've highlighted 11 key moments from the convention footage that aren't in the new trailer.

The Guardians rescue Thor

While the official trailer for Avengers: Infinity War begins with the shot of a red planet and a devastated Tony Stark, the footage that was shown this past summer opened very differently. Suggesting some seriously violent happenings between the end of Thor: Ragnarok and The Avengers: Infinity War, the D23/SDCC material opened with Thor floating out in space and crashing into the windshield of the Milano -- much to the surprise of the Guardians of the Galaxy sitting inside. We do see a bit of this intro at the very end of the new trailer, as the God of Thunder's, "Who the hell are you guys?" comes shortly after Mantis wakes him up -- but there is a lot more to the interaction that hasn't been widely shared just yet.

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