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Avengers: Endgame [2019] (1 disc)

Director:Anthony Russo
Joe Russo
Writer:Christopher Markus
Stephen McFeely
Composer:Alan Silvestri
Length:181 minutes
(3 hours 1 minute)
MPAA Rating:PG-13
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IMDB Rating:8.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:94%
Amazon Rating:4.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), the universe is in ruins. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers assemble once more in order to reverse Thanos' actions and restore balance to the universe.

Reaction: If you thought the last one was big and important, just wait. The stakes have been raised, the drama is palpable, and the action is huge!

Personal Rating: 9/10

Anthony Russo => Director
Joe Russo => Director / Grieving Man (as Gozie Agbo)
Christopher Markus => Writer
Stephen McFeely => Writer
Alan Silvestri => Composer
Ameenah Kaplan => Gamora Reader
Angela Bassett => Ramonda
Anthony Mackie => Sam Wilson / Falcon
Benedict Cumberbatch => Doctor Strange
Benedict Wong => Wong
Bradley Cooper => Rocket (voice)
Brie Larson => Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel
Cade Woodward => Nathaniel Barton
Callan Mulvey => Jack Rollins
Carrie Coon => Proxima Midnight (voice) (uncredited)
Chadwick Boseman => T'Challa / Black Panther
Chris Evans => Steve Rogers / Captain America
Chris Hemsworth => Thor
Chris Pratt => Star-Lord / Peter Quill
Cobie Smulders => Maria Hill
Danai Gurira => Okoye
Dave Bautista => Drax
Don Cheadle => James Rhodes / War Machine
Elizabeth Olsen => Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch
Emma Fuhrmann => Cassie Lang
Evangeline Lilly => Wasp / Hope Van Dyne
Frank Grillo => Brock Rumlow
Gwyneth Paltrow => Pepper Potts
Hayley Atwell => Peggy Carter
Hiroyuki Sanada => Akihiko
Jacob Batalon => Ned
James D'Arcy => Jarvis
Jeremy Renner => Clint Barton / Hawkeye
John Slattery => Howard Stark
Jon Favreau => Happy Hogan
Josh Brolin => Thanos
Joy McAvoy => Asgardian Maiden
Karen Gillan => Nebula
Ken Jeong => Security Guard
Kerry Condon => Friday (voice)
Letitia Wright => Shuri
Lexi Rabe => Morgan Stark
Linda Cardellini => Laura Barton
Marisa Tomei => Aunt May
Mark Ruffalo => Hulk / Bruce Banner
Matthew Berry => S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
Maximiliano Hernández => Agent Sitwell
Michael Douglas => Hank Pym
Michael James Shaw => Corvus Glaive (as Michael Shaw)
Michelle Pfeiffer => Janet Van Dyne
Monique Ganderton => On-Set Proxima Midnight
Natalie Portman => Jane Foster
Paul Rudd => Ant-Man / Scott Lang
Pom Klementieff => Mantis
Rene Russo => Frigga
Robert Downey Jr. => Iron Man / Tony Stark
Robert Redford => Alexander Pierce
Ross Marquand => Red Skull (Stonekeeper)
Samuel L. Jackson => Nick Fury
Scarlett Johansson => Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Sean Gunn => Kraglin / On-Set Rocket
Sebastian Stan => Winter Soldier / Bucky Barnes
Stan Lee => Driver
Taika Waititi => Korg (voice)
Terry Notary => Cull Obsidian / On-Set Groot
Tessa Thompson => Valkyrie
Tilda Swinton => The Ancient One
Tom Hiddleston => Loki
Tom Holland => Spider-Man / Peter Parker
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor => Ebony Maw
Ty Simpkins => Harley Keener
Vin Diesel => Groot (voice)
William Hurt => Secretary of State Thaddeus Ross
Winston Duke => M'Baku
Yvette Nicole Brown => S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
Zoe Saldana => Gamora

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  • In The Avengers (2012), Captain America tells Iron Man, "You're not the guy to make the sacrifice play," and Iron Man tells Captain America, "Everything special about you came out of a bottle." In this movie, each proves the other wrong. Iron Man sacrifices himself to defeat Thanos, while Captain America proves himself worthy by being able to wield Thor's hammer, Mjolnir.
  • Joe Russo has confirmed in interviews that elderly Steve found a way to make another time jump from his alternate reality with Peggy towards his original with Sam, which is left to be a mystery for now.
  • Much of the dialogue in the debate scene about time travel came from conversations with real quantum scientists.
  • The Russo Brothers Thought of Making 2014 Thanos massacre all the Avengers in another timeline and decapitate Captain America by then bringing his decapitated head In the original timeline to taunt all the Avengers, but the Russos thought that was too violent.
  • Captain America wielding Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, comes from the comics, where Steve Rogers has proven himself worthy by the enchantment cast on the hammer. This also marks the second film where Steve Rogers makes an attempt to wield Mjolnir. The first was in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), though in that film he was only able to move the hammer slightly off the table. That subtle movement was noticed by Thor. Director Joss Whedon hinted in an interview that Rogers had been able to lift the hammer the whole time, but didn't, so as to not hurt his friend Thor's feelings.
  • As Steve is preparing to go back in time to return all the stones to their respective times and locations, Bucky says "I'm going to miss you". This is despite the fact that Steve is only going to be gone for about 5 seconds on their end. And after Steve doesn't return as he is expected to, Bucky doesn't seem surprised. Moments later, he sees an elderly Steve sitting a distance away. It seems Bucky knew Steve's plan to stay in the past and be with Peggy after returning all the stones.
  • Scarlet Witch's powers are directly influenced by her internal struggle. She has grown more powerful as she deals with the death of Vision.
  • Thor joyously shouting "I knew it!" when Cap lifts Mjölnir is a sign that Thor no longer bases his identity around being Thor, heir to Asgard and wielder of the Hammer of Thunder. It's consequently unsurprising when he has the humility to realize he's not the ruler New Asgard needs, and consequently abdicates the throne so Valkyrie can become queen.
  • There was a version of the scene written that saw Hawkeye attack Hulk out of anger after being pulled out of the past.
  • Rhodey mentions Star Trek in his list of films about time travel. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has featured several actors from the [Star Trek franchise]: [?] Damion Poitier, Miguel Ferrer, Chris Hemsworth, Alice Krige, Karl Urban, Benedict Cumberbatch, Idris Elba, and Zoe Saldana.
  • The final cameo by Stan Lee in a Marvel film.
  • When the Russo Brothers tweeted out a photo of the re-shoot cast, Yvette Nicole Brown from [Community (2009)] was in that photo, making her at least the fourth cast member from "Community" to appear in a Russo Bros. MCU film, following Danny Pudi and D.C. Pierson in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) and Jim Rash in Captain America: Civil War (2016). (Fellow "Community" star Ken Jeong also appears in this film, as does Brie Larson, who guest-starred in a few episodes of the show.) Before their work with Marvel Studios, directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo were known for their work producing and directing TV comedies, including "Community", where they served as executive producers during the first three seasons. (Elsewhere in the MCU, "Community" star Donald Glover appears in the non-Russo Bros. film Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), as Aaron Davis, the criminal Spider-Man tries to interrogate about the Vulture's weapons ring and uncle of future Spider-Man Miles Morales.)
  • Brie Larson as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel has less than ten minutes of screen time. Screenwriter Stephen McFeely explained that they purposely limited the character's presence, because they wanted to focus on the old Avengers coping with the events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018). Another reason was that when Endgame was filmed, Captain Marvel (2019) had not even been written, so Brie Larson hadn't fully developed her character yet.
  • This is the first film in the series to feature the original line-up of the Avengers from the comics: Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk, Ant-Man (Hank Pym) and The Wasp (Janet Van Dyne).
  • Robert Downey Jr. hid his own personal snacks all over set. The scenes where he's eating snacks and offers them to his costars were all improvised.
  • The Quantum Suits are entirely created with VFX.
  • Even though Captain Marvel (2019) was released one month before this film, Brie Larson shot her scenes for this movie first. The scene at Avenger's Headquarters was Brie Larson's first day on set as Carol Danvers. The directors of Captain Marvel had to be present on-set during the filming of her scenes to ensure consistency of portrayal.
  • The idea of showing the autographs for the original The Avengers (2012) actors in the end credits came from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991), which was also a finale for its cast.
  • This is the first (and, given his announced "semi-retirement", presumably the only) film where Robert Redford has returned to play a role for a second time. In his 59-year career, Redford has otherwise never played the same role twice in a franchise.
  • Marvel Studios President [?] Kevin Feige credited "[Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things... (1994)]", the series finale episode of [Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)], as inspiration for this film.
  • Karen Gillan appears in the scene where the characters discuss all the films that have involved time travel. She later said she wished she had thought of making a reference to [Doctor Who (2005)], on which she had appeared. The "Time Heist" premise is the title of a "Doctor Who" episode, and Bill & Ted travel around in a phone booth, similar to the Doctor's TARDIS.
  • Natalie Portman's appearance in the film was created with leftover footage from Thor: The Dark World (2013), and she also did voice-over work for a scene when she is talking in the distance. Although Portman didn't shoot any new scenes, she attended the film's premiere.
  • Evangeline Lilly and Paul Rudd were filming Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) and this film at the same time.
  • Robert Downey Jr. officially surpassed Hugh Jackman's record for most appearances in film as the same superhero, with ten. He set this record in only 11 years, whereas Jackman did it in 17.
  • Shot back-to-back with Avengers: Infinity War (2018) over a period of 200 days.
  • Robert Downey Jr. once told Anthony Russo and Joe Russo about how one of his children said "I love you 3000" to him. The directors liked the phrase so much that they decided to include it in the film.
  • With this film, along with Captain America: Civil War (2016), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), and Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Tom Holland breaks Tobey Maguire's record for playing Spider-Man in live-action movies the most times.
  • In the original Iron Man (2008), the soundtrack used a short excerpt from the classic rock song "Iron Man" by [?] Black Sabbath. In this movie, Iron Man fulfills the line of the song, "where he traveled time, for the future of mankind".
  • During the funeral scene, Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man and is notorious online for accidentally giving spoilers away in press junkets, was told they were filming a wedding.