Comment(s) “We wrote and shot an even much longer battle, with its own three-act structure,” said Markus. “It didn’t play well, but we had a scene in a trench where, for reasons, the battle got paused for about three minutes and now there are 18 people all going, ‘What are we going to do?’ ‘I’m going to do this.’ ‘I’m going to do this.’ Just bouncing around this completely fake, fraudulent scene. When you have that many people, it invariably is, one line, one line, one line. It was also appropriately long. And that’s not a natural conversation,” Stephen McFeely said. But it could have been even longer, the screenwriters Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus explained while talking to the New York Times. The battle initially had Tony, Steve and Thor taking on Thanos all at once. It was a true joy to watch it on the big screen. Latest Videos
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They also talked about a scene during the battle they had written but was not shot for several reasons. But later, nearly every MCU character assembles to fight Thanos and his army. Also Read | What Avengers Endgame’s climax means for MCU’s future
In the end, Tony Stark snaps Thanos and his army out of existence and dies because of the damage his body has suffered from the Infinity Stones. Advertising
The whole battle was majestically shot and edited. Advertising
One thing about this Russo Brothers directorial that is being singled out for praise is the big, climactic battle in the third act of the movie.