Avengers: Endgame postcredits scene was by no means deliberate



Avengers: Endgame was by no means going to have a postcredits scene.

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You in all probability already know that Avengers: Endgame does not have a typical postcredits stinger and will have puzzled why it breaks that Marvel Cinematic Universe custom.

Directing duo Anthony and Joe Russo revealed why in a USA Immediately interview on Wednesday.

“It was by no means within the playing cards,” stated Joe. “It was referred to as ‘Endgame’ for a purpose. That is it. That is the ending. The ebook is closed on that chapter of the Marvel universe and a brand new ebook will get written.”


In closing that ebook, they selected to incorporate what Anthony referred to as “an echo of the previous” — the clanging sound of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) constructing his first Iron Man armor from the 2008 film that kicked off the MCU.

The Russos leapt in to direct 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier. They then took the lead on Captain America: Civil Struggle and Avengers: Infinity Struggle earlier than reaching the Endgame.


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“This was the primary Marvel film we have carried out the place we weren’t fascinated about the longer term,” Anthony informed USA Immediately.

The Russos won’t have to consider the longer term, however Marvel Studios positive do — Section 4 begins after Spider-Man: Far From House swings into theaters in July.

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