If you’re like most people, then you probably have been in the dark about Avengers: Endgame until now. Luckily, if you haven’t gotten around to seeing it yet, or if you just want to know more about the movie before you do, we’ve got your back with these five things you might not know about Avengers: Endgame. Avengers: Endgame spoilers
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If you haven’t seen the movie yet Avengers: Endgame spoilers
While you should still be able to enjoy it when you do, keep in mind that some of our discussion will be based on elements of it. We’ll try to minimize anything that might potentially constitute a spoiler for those who haven’t seen it—but we won’t compromise ourselves in doing so. So if you want to go into Avengers: Endgame unspoiled, don’t listen to this episode until after you’ve seen it. Got it? Cool!
Here are five reasons why you should see this movie
1. It is made by a highly respected filmmaker, who has been working on it for years.2. There is a lot of buzz around it in social media right now and you do not want to be left out when everyone talks about it3. This movie was created with love, passion and effort by hundreds of artists who gave their best.4.
The first five minutes of the movie will blow your mind
In case you haven’t seen Avengers: Infinity War yet, here’s a breakdown of what happens in those first five minutes. The movie is all about time travel and alternate timelines, so it’s no surprise that time plays a major role in how things start out. As Dr.
Six Times Thor Was At His Best In ‘Avengers: Endgame’
Thor has always been one of my favorite characters in Marvel comics, but in Avengers: Endgame, he was at his best. Here are six times Thor was at his best in Avengers: Endgame.
Twenty Questions We Still Have After Watching ‘Avengers: Endgame’
Now that you’ve seen Avengers: Endgame, we’re going to guess it left you with questions about how everything shakes out. Don’t worry, we can’t spoil it for you, but we can point out some of our biggest questions after watching. These are things we really want to know!
5 Things You Might Not Know About Avengers: Endgame
If you’re like most people, then you probably have been in the dark about Avengers: Endgame until now. Luckily, if you haven’t gotten around to seeing it yet, or if you just want to know more about the movie before you do, we’ve got your back with these five things you might not know about Avengers: Endgame.
1) Who will survive? Avengers: Endgame spoilers
According to a new, spoiler-free report from Variety, there’s one notable character who survives Avengers: Endgame. The identity of said character is unknown at press time, but she (or he) will be joined by a larger ensemble of familiar faces. According to what we know so far, these characters will be among those making it out alive.
2) What did we learn from the trailers?
We learned a lot about Avengers: Endgame before its release, including that it would be more emotional than past films in that franchise, and that we could expect to see some old favorites. Let’s take a look at what we learned from watching those trailers. I mean really watched. For example, did you notice Cap’s beard? Or that Iron Man and Captain America wore different suits at different times? Here are 5 things you might not have noticed in those clips alone.
3) Is anyone actually dead? Avengers: Endgame spoilers
One of our favourite developments in Endgame is how many times and ways characters came back from deaths we thought were permanent. There’s a list of alternate realities and timelines a mile long, so let’s not assume anyone is out for good. Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) has been sucked into space and lived to tell about it, so…anything is possible, right?
4) How does time travel work in the MCU?
For starters, it’s limited to only a handful of characters. In Doctor Strange (2016), Thor (2011) and Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), we see that time travel requires a magical relic like a Sling Ring or Eye of Agamotto to manipulate; but Tony Stark’s Spider-Man: Homecoming(2017) revealed that it can also be done with a high-tech suit of armor.
5) Will there be an after-credits scene?
So there will be an after-credits scene, according to director Joe Russo. But that’s not all. It turns out that there will be several mid- and post-credits scenes as well, all of which must be watched in a specific order for maximum impact. Here’s how to watch every single one in Avengers: Endgame—no spoilers ahead!
avengers endgame box office projections
Endgame is projected to hit $2 billion worldwide by Friday. That’s faster than any film ever, and it would be a dream result for Disney as well as Marvel Studios, which has bet its future on these films. But not every movie is a guaranteed success. Here are five things you might not know about why some superhero films fail and others succeed.
avengers endgame budget Avengers: Endgame spoilers
According to , Disney and Marvel’s shared ‘Avengers’ costs total $1.2 billion, including production budgets and estimated global marketing expenditures. That total is 10 times higher than Marvel’s biggest hit ‘The Avengers,’ which brought in $623 million in 2012 and was made for a much more reasonable $220 million. The budget for ‘Endgame’ almost matches that of Marvel’s next most expensive film, ‘Captain America: Civil War’ ($1.153 billion).
What is Captain America entrance music in endgame called?
Captain America’s entrance song in Avengers: Endgame is called Fight as One. It’s a beautiful piece of music and will remain as one of my all-time favorites.
How long is the Avengers endgame battle scene? Avengers: Endgame spoilers
Longer than Infinity War’s, though not by much. How many screenwriters are on board for Endgame? Three. What’s new in Endgame? A whole lot of Thanos. How will Captain Marvel be used in Avengers: Endgame? More than you might think, but perhaps not as much as you hope. Why does Thanos move from planet to planet with a ship that is specifically designed to hold his gauntlet? Because he has that option!
Did Marvel get sued for endgame deaths?
Marvel doesn’t have a good track record of being on top of its copyright issues. Marvel even got sued in 2013 for killing off Tony Stark (Iron Man) and Peter Parker (Spider-Man) in an Avengers vs. X-Men comic book that was published in 2012, years before their deaths made it to theaters in Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming, respectively.