Avengers: Endgame – Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle break into goofy antics in blooper reel
The video captures the behind-the-scenes of a number of key sequences within the film, from Captain Marvel’s arrival, Black Widow’s leap to her dying, Thor’s calling of Mjolnir, amongst a number of others. Brie Larson, who performs Captain Marvel within the MCU, hangs from a cable as she wonders if she seems to be “cool” whereas doing so, Chris Evans complains about his helmet, saying “I can’t believe I made a whole movie with this thing on” and Chris Pratt advises his fellow actors on “warming the butt” earlier than their take.
We additionally see Robert Downey Jr not with the ability to ship a take owing to a dysfunctional automobile bonnet, and Don Cheadle participating in some deadpan humour.
Originally launched on, Avengers: Endgame returned to theatres on 28 June with six minutes of extra footage in a bid to unseat Avatar because the highest-grossing movie ever. The extra footage consisted of a touching tribute to Stan Lee, a preview of Spider-Man: Far From Home and a deleted scene that includes Mark Ruffalo’s The Hulk.
Directed by Russo Brothers, Avengers: Endgame has a number of the hottest stars of Hollywood, together with Robert Downey Jr (as Iron man), Chris Evans (as Captain America), Chris Hemsworth (as Thor), Scarlett Johansson (as Black Widow), Mark Ruffalo (as Hulk), Benedict Cumberbatch (as Doctor Strange) and Tom Holland (as Spider-Man) amongst many others. The 22nd instalment in Phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Endgame, picks up the story from the earlier Avengers film, Infinity War, following Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and others on their mission to reverse the macabre results of Thano’s finger snap, which successfully worn out half of all life within the universe.
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