Interesting Facts I Bet You Never Knew About Avengers Endgame


Cast: Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Paul Rudd, Brie Larson, Josh Brolin

 Directors: Anthony Russo and Joe Russo


Avengers: Infinity War ended on the biggest suspense in film history in recent times. Half of our most loved Marvel superheroes were victims of Thanos' finger snapping. But it wasn't just for Infinity War that the directors were making a fitting finale, it was for eleven years and twenty-one films in Marvel Cinematic Universe's Infinity Saga, starting with 2008's Iron Man.

At 181 minutes, it's the longest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the running time does well to explore how the remaining  superheroes dealt with their grief, loss, survivors’ guilt, and the pervasive feeling of worse failure. Unlike previous Marvel films where anger and love were perhaps the only emotions we saw our beloved heroes express, Endgame allows its heroes and fans alike time to weep for the universal genocide. It delightfully even moves years ahead, where we see a few heroes with changes in personality and physique and body shape.





But that's just for a start. Once the team is back on their feet with a plan, the action rolls. It spans between the past, present and future with plenty of callbacks to the previous films! The interplanetary missions become ambitious and difficult, with several unexpected twists and turns too. Earth, Morag, Vormir, Asgard are all scenes of action. Does it get messy at times? Honestly, yes, but anything lesser would feel too simple, no?

Endgame is a crowning glory is the fascinating MCU franchise with its billion dollars films. Made by people with a collective soul of a fan, the film epitomises the power of visual effects; it gives space to explore more storylines in the future and has a sharp mind to be convincing about it; it's the perfect tribute to the time fans and filmmakers have lavished upon the series over the years, a real gem of a film.

Could the Russo brothers have made a better film? Like Doctor Strange says, this was the only way.

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