All the Marvel fans are now gearing up for the Avengers: Endgame as the tickets had gone on sale this morning. Disney had dropped an all-new surprise tied to the movie. Marvel Studios had released a new trailer for Endgame as well.
As the release date for the film closer, all the fans have had a lot of mixed emotions to the very idea of seeing footage for the upcoming movie. These tied to the movie and have hinted that the marketing is featuring footage from the first 20 minutes of this movie, something that will remain the same for the all-new teaser.
The movie, Avengers: Endgame will now follow the surviving Avengers in their last effort against Thanos now that he has snapped his fingers and wiped out half the universe.
“It was important for us because we wanted, the experience we wanted to have at the end of this story was the sense of emotional completion. In terms of what the narrative was in the film,” Anthony Russo said.
“And hopefully they’ll have that similar feeling…It’s serialised story-telling. The mission was to not make one long movie and get out the scissors and cut it in half. Because that’s never been the most fulfilling cinematic expression. So for us, the commitment was to try and put a beginning, middle, and end to this, and a beginning, middle, and end to that.”
Based off of a few of the early rumours, bringing Endgame’s story to life will take three hours:
“We’re still looking at a similar time [approximately three hours],” Joe Russo said.
“This one’s been very specific in its run time. It really hasn’t changed since we executed the first cut of the film. Even though we’ve shot a lot of footage between now and then, we’ve swapped things out, and the water keeps rising to the same level because the story’s so dense. We have so many characters that we’re working with again that require that kind of run time.”
“My brother [Anthony Russo] and I are really committed to emotional stakes, and emotion requires story real estate,” Russo had added.
“When you have a sprawling plot with a lot of characters and emotional stakes, it requires time to breathe emotionally. On the scale, you’re just going to wind up at a certain run time. We’ve been really hard on the film. We don’t like excessive run times; it’s just very difficult wrapping up 10 years of storytelling.”
Captain Marvel is in theatres now. Avengers: Endgame will release on April 26th and Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 5th.