Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo talked about how unused scenes from the film may appear in future Marvel Studios projects.
According to Joe and Anthony Russo, there are several unused ideas of Avengers Endgame that could find their way into future Marvel Studios projects.
The Russians were invited at the Lights Camera Bar stool podcast, where they discussed their work on their next movie Cherry as well as his time developing Endgame. “Man, there are so many … The pile of ideas is huge. It’s as tall as the Empire State Building,” Joe Russo said of the ideas left on the table for the film. “The things that we love the most and that we are most passionate about, there is still a chance that it will come up one day. It’s hard for us to start talking publicly about it … We can try to talk about it,” Anthony. Russo added.
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The upcoming list of Marvel Studios shows on Disney + has begun to address the status of the MCU afterEndgame. WandaVision follows Wanda Maximoff and the Vision, the latter perished at the hands of Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. In the meantime, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier explore Steve Rogers’ legacy and his decision to pass his shield on to Sam Wilson at the end of Endgame.
In addition to Cherrystarring Tom Holland as a soldier turned bank robber, the Russo brothers are slated to write and direct The gray man for Netflix. Based on the novel by Mark Greaney, the spy thriller features a stacked cast that includes Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling.
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