Avengers: Endgame has been a topic of conversation for the past few months. After so many speculations and finally having reached the big screen, the vast majority of fans were satisfied with the conclusion to the Saga of Infinity.
Many point out and agree that the end of the movie is one of the most epic that has ever been seen in the genre of superheroes. However, the outcome may have been very different.
Screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, revealed that there was a scene eliminated; In fact, they mentioned for the New York Times that the final battle was going to be much longer.
“We wrote and recorded an even longer battle with its own three-act structure,”the screenwriters said.
However, the creators of Avengers: Endgame decided that some scenes didn’t work very well, so in the final editing ended up discarding.
In one of the deleted scenes, superheroes were looking for a conversation in which they could talk and plan, but the fight demanded a lot of tension and action, so that space or that pause would’ve been counterproductive to defeat Thanos.
“We had a scene in a trench where the battle stopped for about three minutes and there were 18 people asking: ‘what do we do?’, ‘I’m going to do this’, ‘I’m going to do this’. That’s not a natural conversation, “said McFeely.
Similarly, that iconic scene in which the superheroes gather as a group, was about to disappear, but after many conversations and talks, it was concluded that it was very good and could not be ruled out.
Do you think Avengers: Endgame had better left the scene without removing?