Marvel Studios' Avengers: Endgame, The culmination of an unprecedented 11-year-old cinematic journey in which the Avengers take a final stance against Thanos, is the biggest opening weekend in history and currently the highest grossing film of all time. Today, Avengers fans around the world can gather once more for a home release Avengers: Endgame, Now digital, on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVDs and -on-demand.
Fans who bring home Avengers: Endgame They will enjoy hours of extra screen time with their favorite cast members and filmmakers who shaped the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Bonus features include a tribute to the late, great Stan Lee; Story of Robert Downey JrCasting as iron masons; The evolution of Captain America; Black Widow Dramatic Story Arc; Director Anthony and Jay R RussoExperience at the helm of both Avengers: Infinity War And Avengers: Endgame; Creating an epic battle scene with the women of the MCU; The creation of Bro Thor; Deleted scenes; A gag reel and more. We took a look at all the themes for this review and can confidently say that this home video release is worth adding ASAP to your collection. Take a look for yourself below!
- Steve and Peggy: One Last Dance (Minutes Minutes) – Explore the bonds of Captain Patton America and Peggy Carter, created in moments of previous films that lead to an important selection. Avengers: EndgameGeneral Chat Chat Lounge This is a great opportunity to look back at the re-/-f-re-affair between Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter, from the moment they share their first dance.
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- Remembering Stan Lee (Minutes 8 minutes) – Filmmakers and artists honored the great Stan Lee with a keen eye for their MCU movie cameos. At the end of many of Marvel's most famous faces, it's a touching one for the great creator, and it is fun to look back on all his costumes over the years. Plus, you'll get a lot of behind-the-scenes shots with the cast and crew over the years.
- Setting the Tone: Casting Robert Downey Jr (Minutes Minutes) – Listen to the story of how Robert Downey Jr. was cast as Tony Stark in the original "Iron Ma" – and started the MCU. Kevin Feige, John Fever and casting director Sarah Haley Finn. They address the fact that RDJ was not exactly a "family friendly" entity at the time, but in vague terms it was brilliant casting. You should see the original screen test from Robert Downey Jr with commentary from RDJ himself and producer Louis D'Esposito. Gwyneth Paltrow, co-creator Victoria Alonso, and co-stars of MCU, Tony Stark and RDJ weigh everything, 2008 Iron Man The one who started it all, by all means The final gameGeneral Chat Chat Lounge
- Exit Time Out Time: Creating Captain America (12 minutes) – Discover the evolution of Captain America with those who help shape the look, feel and character of this amazing hero. Captain Feige also talks about the importance of Captain Patton America as the backbone of the MCU, but how many of those key screenwriters Christopher Marcus and Stephen M Cuffley were in the Cap story. Director John Johnston speaks about the importance of a diminishing audience for Nuston Steve Rogers, while Marcus and Muffuffoy Lee comment on the fans that "skinny Steve Rogers" doesn't exist in Captain America. In an interesting addition, fans will hear from MCU artist Ryan Manning who is responsible for translating iconic comic book characters and their costumes on the big screen; Cap's costume evolution is one of the best in the MPU franchise. The concept art of mining, highlighting the moving moments that have become some of our favorite moments, has also been featured. The creative team, including Evans, also addresses the initial reluctance to take on the role of actor; The cast and crew consider Evans and his character and have helped make him even more famous. Evans himself closes this "unbelievable chapter [his] Life ”with his own comments.