Avengers Endgame Full Movie: “Avengers Endgame” marvel superhero-movie fans Although we know the titles of many of the films that will be part of stage four of the Marvel universe after Avengers: Endgame, there are still a few unknowns. One of those unknowns will be shot in Australia, and it’s interesting news, because there’s only another Marvel film shot there.
That other film is Thor: Ragnarok. Does that mean that Marvel is bringing up another adventure of the god of thunder? It’s hard to say. If indeed the studio has chosen the Dark Kingdom as the guiding thread for phase four, we could get to see a movie based on the Siege saga in which the government takes it with the Asgardian refugees, but for the moment it is just a guess. It can also simply happen that Chris Hemsworth, who is Australian, and the director of Ragnarok Taika Waititi, who is New Zealander, wanted to take the shooting to their land.
The news that is going to be filmed there is known by Mitch Fifield, Minister of Communications and Arts of the Australian Government and Don Harwin, Minister of Arts of New South Wales. Both have announced the news as part of an injection of 24 million dollars that the Australian executive will invest in the project. Fifield breaks down the benefits of the investment:
“Avengers: Endgame” does not stop surprising its fans. This time, Marvel Studios presented a one-minute sneak peek (look) of the long-awaited movie, where you can watch the conversation between the Avengers and Captain Marvel.
In this preview revealed in the CinemaCon, Captain Marvel discusses with the small group of surviving heroes the actions they will take to defeat Thanos and reverse the fateful events of “Infinity War”.
Already in the trailers presented by Disney and Marvel you can see a small part of this scene, which appears Thor, who invokes his Stormbreaker and this happens very close to Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel) and she does not even flinch.
In this new video, the heroine tells the Avengers that they can beat Thanos because they now have her. To which War Machine says that they have been saving the world for years and if it is so strong because it did not appear before.
Captain Marvel mentions that there are other planets in the universe and that they do not have superheroes to save them and after that tense moment the scene with Thor is developed.
This new look of the film was presented at the CinemaCon and then on the “Good Morning America” program.
With the imminent arrival of Avengers: Endgame at the end of April and the profound impact it will have on the entire film economy, fans are still asking questions and trying to get to the smallest detail.
One of those details is the duration of the movie. Reports assured that it would be more than three hours, but neither directors nor producers confirmed or denied the information. Finally one of the brothers Russo has revealed the exact data.
“It’s 3 hours and 58 seconds,” said Joe Russo in an interview for ComicBook.com, which is close but not exactly the same time revealed on the billboards of some theaters, which put it in 3 hours and 2 minutes. The direct one made the joke that they accelerated the credits to reduce the odd second of the movie.
With time confirmed, Avengers: Endgame exceeds by 16 minutes what was the longest superhero movie so far, The Dark Knight Rises, directed by Christopher Nolan and released in 2012.
In the past it had been explained that the film would last longer than usual, especially because of the emotional context of everything that will happen and the large cast of actors and characters that will probably be even greater than Avengers: Infinity War.
Avengers: Endgame premieres in Spain, Mexico and cinemas around the world on April 25 and 26. It is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo. It stars Brie Larson, Robert Downey Jr., Josh Brolin, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Hiddleston, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Olsen, Chadwick Boseman, Sebastian Stan, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Bettany, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Benedict Wong, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Vin Diesel, Dave Bautista, Pom Klementieff, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Holland and Anthony Mackie.
On April 25 “Avengers Endgame” arrives on the billboard of all the Argentine cinemas and the advance sale of tickets is already available through the web.
Dozens of spectators plan to see the film just the day of its release but did not have a small and significant detail that could complicate the situation: the film does not have promotions from Thursday to Sunday 28 of the month. The value of the entrance is at $ 350, approximately, varies according to the cinemas.
The day the advance sale was opened, the outrage was present through comments on social networks. Thousands of users questioned the initiative, since the restriction causes them to pay the full entry price, which is practically not done with the amount of discounts available.
In the current economic and social context not all viewers can access the cost of tickets without 2×1 or existing discounts. So the claim became stronger. This was enough for the cinemas to come out to give an answer to the present problem.
“The reality is that it does not depend on the cinemas, they only want to sell tickets and then sell pochoclo, this is how the business works, so the restriction of the promotions can reduce the public,” they explained from the site Cines Argentinos.
According to the same source, it is estimated that 90% of people use promotions, which can be observed with the average tickets paid. According to this data, it is not a benefit for the cinemas. So, who applied it?
Disney took the measure. Of course, it is a marketing plan with the aim of raising more money. The industry maintains that since it is one of the most anticipated films, those who really want to see it on the day of the premiere, will do it anyway. The rest, starting on Monday, April 29 (after the first weekend), will also have promotions available.
The sitación is pleasant if we keep in mind that it is one of the highest grossing films because it will reunite the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) for the last time, in what will be its greatest battle.
You, do you agree with this measure? Will you see the movie the same? How do you question what is happening? This is the question of the fans. We invite you to vote and tell us when you will go to see “Avengers Endgame”.
Avengers Endgame star Robert Downey Jr aka Iron Man has a special way of announcing the release of the movie
The much awaited movie of the year Avengers Endgame is finally going to be released on April 26, 2019. Robert Downey Jr aka Iron Man shares a special video in order to announce the release of the movie.
One of the most anticipated movies of the year Avengers: Endgame is finally going to be released worldwide on April 26, 2019. The upcoming movie happens to be one of the most awaited movies of the year 2019. With its release date drawing near, the Marvel fans are getting more eager and excited for it to be released. The makers of the movie have also left no stone unturned in promoting the movie. In fact, the entire cast of Avengers: Endgame too have been involved significantly in promoting the movie at all possible levels.
Recently, Robert Downey Jr who plays the role of Tony Stark or Iron Man in the Marvel movies chose a very unique way of announcing the release of the much speculated movie. Robert made a GIF of himself in the Iron Man attire and added a caption to it which read, ‘What did you just say?’ The actor is clearly teasing the audiences in a funny way prior to the release of the movie in a day’s time. Robert’c character of Iron Man happens to be one of the most loved characters in the Marvel movies.
Take a look at the latest video shared by Robert Downey Jr:
Avengers: Endgame is a direct sequel to the 2018 movie Avengers: Infinity War and is the twenty second movie under the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The movie is already estimated to become one of the biggest blockbusters of the year 2019. It has already broken all records of tickets sales around the world.
Marvel’s Avengers Endgame (2019) Movie Review: A Messy, Satisfying Conclusion
A love letter to the MCU–all of it.
By Michael Rougeau on April 24, 2019 at 6:39PM PDT
The release of Avengers: Endgame is now just hours away in the United States and United Kingdom. Following its premiere in Hollywood earlier this week, the movie has arrived in Australia, with the first showings elsewhere scheduled for Thursday, April 25. Marvel’s new film is potentially on track for an all-time record-breaking opening in the US, despite its long runtime of three hours and one minute. But is it any good? Read on for our review, and check out our roundup of all the Endgame trailers, posters, and details, as well as a look ahead at Phase 4 of the MCU. And if you’re worried about making it through the whole movie without a trip to the bathroom, we have some advice on when to pee during Endgame. We’ve also got the rundown on what to expect (or not) from the credits.
How do you wrap up a movie as big as Infinity War–hell, a franchise as expansive as the Marvel Cinematic Universe? How do you tie up the loose ends, close the time loops, and fulfill the character arcs of almost two dozen movies and over a decade of storytelling? According to co-directors Joe and Anthony Russo, they knew what they were getting themselves into with this whole thing–they wanted this ultimate conflict to be so complex and desperate that they’d be challenged to envision a way forward. And they definitely created that challenge.
The question now is whether that challenge paid off. And the answer, like the challenge itself, is complicated.
Avengers: Endgame absolutely works as a blockbuster movie experience. If you’re at all invested in the plight the remaining Avengers face after the events leading up to and including Infinity War, you will feel satisfied with this movie. The much-discussed three-hour runtime is no joke, but almost every minute of it is used well, barring some extended gag scenes that probably could have been left for the Blu-ray. Endgame manages to tie the entire MCU up with a beautiful, emotional, gut-wrenching, hopeful conclusion, which is an undeniable achievement.
But it also frequently loses the thread, especially as the remaining Avengers break into distinct teams and embark on their own separate missions in an extremely complex series of plots and sub-plots to defeat Thanos once and for all. Part of the problem is that simply defeating him isn’t enough–understandably, they want to undo what he did, as well. And their methods for doing so create infinite potential for plot holes, hand-waving, and rules that seem to get established in one scene and broken in the next. In other words, the Russos and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely wrote themselves into a corner, and writing themselves out of it became maybe more complex than any movie–even one that’s three hours long–could have possibly supported.
The clips that have been released leading up to Endgame’s release take place almost entirely within the first few scenes of the movie. Eventually, the Avengers split and head off in very different directions, and the teams that form aren’t the most obvious pairings. A huge chunk of the movie–most of the middle, in fact–feels itself like a bizarro take on the original Avengers formula, one where cosmic Marvel intercepted with Earth Marvel much earlier, where Don Cheadle and a daughter of Thanos team up and blast off into space together.
It’s so fun. There are a ton of twists and turns, and at every stage Endgame will turn your expectations upside-down. Characters you thought would live will die, and characters you never expected to see again will reappear where and when you least anticipate it. This really is the movie where everything from the MCU comes together all at once–Infinity War felt stuffed to the brim at times, but it has absolutely nothing on the bursting mess that is Endgame. Even diehard MCU fans will struggle to recognize every random side character who makes a cameo, every one-liner that’s actually a callback to a callback from a movie from years ago, and every other reference that seems familiar but you just can’t quite place it because, come on, there are more than 20 of these movies and it’s been a decade.
Infinity War was the cliffhanger of the MCU, and Endgame is its cathartic climax. There’s a battle that rivals Infinity War’s final clash, but with even more characters. It feels less personal as a result–there are fewer epic hero moments like Thor’s grand, crackling entrance into the Wakanda battle in Infinity War, and there are characters who have led their own movies who get one or two lines in this entire thing–or none at all. It was impressive how Infinity War felt like every character got some time in the spotlight, but Endgame doesn’t try to replicate that. This movie is about the core Avengers, and the background characters and supporting cast around them are just that.
Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark kicked the MCU off with the original Iron Man, and in many ways he’s the main character of this movie as well. The actor has come to completely embody Iron Man, and Endgame totally does him justice. Chris Evans’ Captain America is arguably just as important, and he has quite an arc in this film. I won’t spoil anything about Bruce Banner except to say his situation has changed a lot since the last time we saw him, and Mark Ruffalo’s performance in this movie isn’t marred by any distracting floating head CG like in Infinity War’s final fight. Scarlett Johansson has always brought a lot of warmth to the role of Natasha, a character who should by rights be a stone cold killer, and Black Widow is arguably the team’s beating heart. And as anyone who saw the trailers anticipated, Clint undergoes a significant transformation, although honestly the movie could have spent even more time on that.
Even with all the ground Endgame has to cover, it also has time for plenty of smaller, emotional moments–arguably too many, as it’s easy to view the movie with a clinical eye and imagine all the scenes here and there that could have been surgically cut to make it leaner. The events of Infinity War truly screwed the world up, and scenes like seeing Captain America leading a survivors’ support group emphasize the trauma. Some of these characters have changed a lot by the time we catch up with them–you’ll be surprised by Thor’s arc here.
But most of all Endgame is a love letter to the entire MCU–the whole thing. It’s messy and confusing, and there’s going to be a lot of discussion about whether the ending even makes sense–it basically breaks the rules set up throughout the entire movie leading up to it. But holy hell is it an emotional, fulfilling ride. I have no doubt we’re going to spend the coming weeks picking and pulling it apart until we’ve over-analyzed every single aspect imaginable. But right now, in the aftermath, Avengers Endgame feels like a win.
The Good The Bad
The chemistry among all these characters Breaks its own rules several times
Creative team-ups feel fresh Plot winds up feeling messy
Multiple genuinely surprising twists Dubious logic at multiple points, including the ending
Clever gags and great overall sense of humor
Doesn’t shy away from story’s darker aspects
Feels like both a love letter to and an ending for the MCU