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(2) Nathan Mayhook's answer to Who did you want to see in Avengers Endgame but did not appear in the movie? - Quora
Hawkeye’s bearing down against dozens of Chitauri by himself. He’s only barely holding them off before their numbers overwhelm him and he is pinned to ground about to be stabbed by a Chitauri laser spear. Just as the spear is being forced down onto his heart the Chitauri around him get thrown in all different directions by a rapid blue streak. Hawkeye looks on in shock and awe as the streak comes to a halt in front of him. Quicksilver smiles slightly and says;

“You didn’t see that coming?”
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6 days ago by pozorvlak
Julian's Hot Wheels Blog: Lamborghini Huracán Coupè (2019 Entertainment - Dr. Strange | Marvel)
Awesome car from an awesome set! Metal/metal + Real Riders + excellent details as always with these Entertainment cars!
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20 days ago by rgl7194
The Doubleclicks on Twitter: "Do you like #SuperBeatrice's amazing costume from our new video? Good news, you can get it yourself, this pinterest board has all the parts, assembled by the great @PocketGina!!! https://t.co/cjMgOUC3Nj… https://t.co/528Iwz
(This looks pretty great.)
“Do you like #SuperBeatrice’s amazing costume from our new video? Good news, you can get it yourself, this pinterest board has all the parts, assembled by the great @PocketGina!”
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28 days ago by handcoding
Katherine Langford's Mysterious Avengers: Endgame Role Revealed | The Credits
Lots of folks were intrigued and excited when news spread that Katherine Langford had a mysterious role in Avengers: Endgame. Then the movie came out and Langford was nowhere to be found. We now know what happened—Langford had a really big scene, but ultimately it was cut from the finished film.
Spoilers ahead!
And who did Langford play, you wonder? A grown-up version of Tony Stark’s daughter, Morgan, whom we meet earlier in the film as a young child (played by Lexi Rabe).
Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo told HappySadConfused‘s Josh Horowitz that Langford’s scene was a potent, emotional moment that was meant to give Tony Stark some peace with his decision to sacrifice himself. In the epic clash with Thanos Tony managed to swipe the Infinity Stones off the Mad Titan’s gauntlet. This gave Tony the same immense powers that Thanos had, but unlike Thanos, Tony cannot survive using the glove to snap Thanos and his army into dust. Yet he does it anyway in order to save the universe. Joe Russo explained to Horowitz that Langford’s scene was set right after Tony uses the Infinity Stones:
“There was an idea that we had that Tony was going to go into the metaphysical way station that Thanos goes in when he snapped his fingers. And that there was going to be a future version of his daughter in that way station. The intention was that his future daughter, because these films are dealing with magic, his future daughter forgave him and sort of gave him peace to go. And the idea felt resonant. But it was just too many ideas in an overly complicated movie.”
Anthony Russo further explained that, because we’d only seen Morgan as a young child, this adult version might not work at this stage of the movie:
“What we realized about it was we didn’t feel an emotional association with the adult version of his daughter. So it wasn’t ringing to us and resonating with us on an emotional level.”
Tony gets a different kind of goodbye and a fitting one at that. He’s surrounded by the Avengers, specifically Peter Parker and Pepper Pots. They both let him know he’s loved and that everything will be okay. The scene worked great, and was especially moving considering the usually verbose Tony barely says a word. Yet you can’t help but wonder what that cut scene with Langford might have looked like. Perhaps Langford’s grown-up Morgan Stark will appear in a future film. Who knows, she might even find herself taking on her dad’s role…
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4 weeks ago by rgl7194
Why Falcon Got Captain America's Shield In 'Avengers: Endgame,' According To The Russo Brothers
The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe wrapped up with some of the franchise's most iconic heroes giving up their roles as guardians of the universe. Spoilers for Avengers: Endgame ahead. Now that the film has been out for a few weeks, the directors are ready to clarify a few important decisions that have been on every fan's mind since the credits rolled. In a recent interview, the Russo brothers explained why Falcon got Captain America's shield in Endgame and not Bucky, as some fans had expected, and their reason makes a lot of sense.
After undoing the big snap and defeating Thanos (Josh Brolin) in the most recent Marvel film, the Avengers sent Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) back in time to replace the Infinity Stones and thus, avoid completely fracturing the past. However, instead of returning back to the present, as he was supposed to, Steve decided head to the 1940s in order to reunite with his great love, Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) and live out his life the way he never could before. That decision meant he arrived in the present day as an old man, and passed his shield on to Sam (Anthony Mackie), making the former Falcon the new Captain America.
The moment was incredibly touching, but there were some fans who felt that Steve's best friend, Bucky (Sebastian Stan) should have been the one to inherit the title, rather than Sam. And while the Russos considered having Bucky take over as Cap — as he does in one universe of the comic books — they ultimately decided on Sam, because, according to Anthony Russo, he and Steve "share this character connection."
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4 weeks ago by rgl7194
29 'Endgame' Cameos That Make This Avengers Movie A Love Letter To All The Others
Major Avengers: Endgame spoilers ahead. Somehow, the fourth Avengers movie was an even grander, more sprawling event than we had already expected. As the universe tries (rather unsuccessfully) to move on from Thanos's snap, some of the Avengers aren't quite ready to. So when Scott Lang shows up with a potential fix, it's all hands on deck. Because of their very strategic time-traveling, the final battle, and the funeral we hoped we wouldn't have to see, Endgame is packed with cameos from MCU stars past and present, plus a few adjacent individuals. Keeping up with them was a nearly impossible task, so we recapped them for you.
For the purposes of this list, we're not including any people who we saw turn into dust in Infinity War and come back to the world as we know it in Endgame. We knew they'd make it back somehow, so they don't count. Instead, we're focusing on those surprise (in some cases) appearances by characters who we thought we'd left behind long ago or who weren't directly involved in the main action of Endgame. (Those cross-fandom nods get a shoutout too.) So here are the 29 most noteworthy cameos in the MCU's 3-hour magnum opus — did you catch them all?
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4 weeks ago by rgl7194
Avengers: Endgame's Editor Came up With the Film's Most Iconic Line | The Credits
All the spoiler alerts, right here.
So you’ve seen Avengers: Endgame, yes? Great. Now we can discuss the film’s best line. It also doubled as the moment that fans had been waiting for since Thanos snapped half the universe to dust in Infinity War. The line came in the climatic, MCU-shaking final battle with the Mad Titan. At this point in the film, we’d already lost Black Widow, witnessed Captain America summon Mjolnir, and beheld the return of every dusted superhero. Everything was so dramatic. It just needed the perfect ending.
Then it seemed it was all over. Thanos had won. Again. While there was likely zero chance that was going to be the case, the moment he rose with the Infinity Gauntlet firmly in hand and sneered at a defeated Tony Stark, “I am inevitable,” felt bleak. It was a call back to earlier in the film when Thanos told the Avengers he had destroyed the Infinity Stones. His murderously gleeful point was that nothing they could do, on any timeline, would stop him from destroying the universe.
Wrong.
Tony Stark had managed to get the Infinity Stones off Thanos and popped them into his Infinity Gauntlet. We all know what happened next. Tony looked Thanos in his big purple face and snapped his fingers, dusting him.
Wait, that’s not what happened in the film, but it almost was. The Russo Brothers sat down with Kevin McCarthy of ReelBlend to discuss this moment. Originally, Tony had simply snapped his fingers and dusted Thanos and his hordes. Then, editor Jeff Ford had an idea—what if Tony delivered a line himself, something very Tony Stark and a callback to the film that started it all, Iron Man? Here’s what the Russos told McCarthy:
Anthony Russo: Originally when he snapped, he didn’t say, ‘I am Iron Man.’ The idea came up while we were in post-production. Our editor, Jeff Ford…
Joe Russo: We were sitting on our editorial, and we were reworking that sequence, and Thanos says ‘I am inevitable.’ And we were like, ‘We need a response to that. What is the response to that?’ And our editor said, ‘What about I am Iron Man?’ And we were like, ‘That’s it!’
Anthony Russo: We must shoot that, we have to shoot that!
You can watch the whole exchange here. It’s yet more proof that no one person ever makes a film. Like the Avengers themselves, its a team effort.
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4 weeks ago by rgl7194
Why Avengers: Endgame made the right call with the new Captain America | SYFY WIRE
Marvel promised Avengers: Endgame would mark the end of an era that started with a run of solo films nearly a decade ago, bidding farewell to OG heroes and laying the groundwork for the next decade of the MCU, and it paid that promise off in spades.
**Spoiler Warning: Spoilers ahead for Avengers: Endgame.**
Though the deaths of Iron Man and Black Widow were the real tearjerkers — and seemingly took those characters off the board for good (assuming that upcoming Black Widow flick is a prequel, of course) — it was Captain America’s exit that really served as a true time travel twist. After returning all the Infinity Stones to their proper places along the timeline, Cap decides to skip his return trip to the present and instead heads back to a time not long after he disappeared into the ice at the end of Captain America: The First Avenger. We only get a brief peek at this life requited, as he finally gets that first dance with young Peggy Carter a lifetime later.
It’s a touching story moment, and though the time travel threads of it leave you scratching your head, directors Joe and Anthony Russo have teased there could be a bit more to that story than what fans saw on screen. They hinted Bucky knew “something” in that moment in which Old Man Steve shows up to pass on the mantle of Captain America — could that mean he made contact with Bucky in some altered timeline? Or something else entirely?
Regardless, the meeting between Bucky, Sam, and Old Man Steve serves as a watershed moment for the MCU. There’s been a Captain America in the MCU timeline for more than half a century, and that man has always been Steve Rogers. Now, someone else is taking up the shield. But, where most comic fans would’ve likely expected Bucky Barnes, aka the Winter Soldier, to take up that mantle, Endgame pulls a more modern twist.
With Bucky’s nod of approval, Old Man Steve unwraps the shield and asks Sam to try it on — then makes it clear it’s Sam’s shield, now.
Steve: “How’s it feel?”
Sam: “Like it’s someone else’s.”
Steve: “It isn’t.”
That moment made it official: The MCU has a new Captain America, and his name is Sam Wilson, aka The Falcon.
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4 weeks ago by rgl7194

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