Good News, We Released Our Android App. Now You Can Connect More Time With Movieston. Enjoy.
Click here to download

Endgame directors reveal why they are kneeling the scene of the Avengers

Posted 2019/08/0811770

If it takes 181 minutes, it’s hard to believe that Avengers: Endgame, Marvel’s exciting shutdown for Phase Three of the MCU, had some deleted scenes. But every movie has footage left on the cutting room floor and the sequel to Infinity War was no different. And while most of those things have been removed, things that are likely to just fill up and have been unnecessary, there is a single scene that fans marvel at.

You probably know the one we’re talking about, but if not, this is the moment that comes directly after the tragic sacrifice of Tony Stark, and that makes it even harder to swallow. While the film itself shows some of the heroes that grieve Iron Man on the battlefield after his horror, it shows up before it can see how the rest of the group reacts. However, the scene in question removed here shows us precisely that, as we see Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) and many more kneeling in honor of their fallen friend for an emotionally beautiful series.

So why was it cut? Well, co-directors Anthony and Joe Russo recently did a Reddit AMA where they discussed the moment and why it ultimately failed to record the version of the film we saw in theaters.

We also find the Avengers kneeling scene incredibly emotional, but when played over the course of the film, it looked incredible at the moment when all the heroes stood on the shore at Tony’s funeral and their respect towards him outside his home. The two scenes, when they were in the film together, looked alike, creating a repetitive ending.