The Russo Brothers Break Down the Biggest Marvel Moments *ENDGAME SPOILERS* | GQ

*’Avengers: Endgame’ SPOILERS in this video*
MCU directors Anthony and Joe Russo go over some of their favorite moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and discuss what went into building their epic conclusion in Avengers: Endgame. The brothers break down scenes from ‘Iron Man,’ ‘Captain America: The First Avenger,’ ‘Captain America: Winter Soldier,’ ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron,’ ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy.’

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The Russo Brothers Break Down the Biggest Marvel Moments *ENDGAME SPOILERS* | GQ


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41 thoughts on “The Russo Brothers Break Down the Biggest Marvel Moments *ENDGAME SPOILERS* | GQ

  1. watching endgame..there were a lot of tears but at a certain point in the movie I just couldn't stop crying…and then iron man died and I couldn't see…and then they gave the special reel of the original 6 and it made matters worse…but what really felt like q punch in the stomach was the lack of a post credit scene.

  2. 9:27 he could have done well without going back to peggy instead of staying with bucky in sam. He wasn't alone anymore he had friends that were very dear to him and for you to completely undermine that is despicable

  3. The one thing I don't like is that they're putting a lot of the comic book lines as their own like the hail Hydra thing was already someone else's writing they didn't come up with that idea

  4. My Top Ten MCU moments:

    10: Iron Man Post Credit Scene
    9:Spider Man Civil War
    8:Battle of Wakanda
    7:Airport Battle
    6:Fine, I’ll do it myself
    5: Captain America IW entrance
    4:Final Civil War fight
    3:Thor IW entrance
    2: I am Iron Man
    (Now some honourable mentions)
    •Captain America, Elevator Fight Scene
    •The Snap
    •Activate Instant Kill
    •Stan Lee (Guardians Vol 2)
    1: Avengers Assemble

  5. Until about a year ago, I hadn't watched any Marvel movies because I'm like a younger teenager and before a year ago, "Superheros were for boys". Then I came to my senses and watched Iron Man. I fell in love with it, and begged my mom to buy the next movie, Iron Man 2. Then Iron Man 3, which was a bit confusing since I hadn't seen the Avengers. I didn't watch any Marvel movies after that. Then, Endgame came out, and saw the memes not to spoil, and made it my goal to watch all of them before it was out of theaters. I've seen all of them but Ant-Man now, which isn't really that important to me. I am now obsessed with the MCU and even though I watched it a month ago, am still mourning the characters who died in Endgame.

  6. This is in my top ten of movies I'm mad I spent my money on this one and breaking two are about the same. Garbage yet could have been sooooo Great with just little stuff to make it make sense, like Hawk eye who did he sacrifice??? Because black widow committed suicide sooooooo how did Hawk eye get the Stone????? Just a bunch of.bull

  7. The movie sucked plot holes, thanos deleted half the. Universe but is looking for him?? The man.were alllll punks even.thanos, ever one holding Stones like they.candy, iron man.snapping.his finger with the stone when.hulk.almost couldn't and thanos it????cap old so.that means he.didn't get.the shot so.there would be… much I.could have made a better plot.then.time travel… Lazy lazy.writing

  8. I always thought Cap lifting the hammer in Age of Ultron was implying that he was almost worthy but still needed to go through the trials of Civil War and Infinity War before he was completely worthy.

  9. My gratitude to the Russo brothers. I was encouraged to pursue sports, particularly football. I am grateful that Marvel and their vast catalog of heroes are now becoming blockbuster movies. Thanks Marvel, Stan Lee, and the massive array of characters that represented what real world problems they encountered as well as saving the world. Looking forward to Marvel's future films.

  10. I’m ngl i don’t see myself watching anymore marvel movies after the new Spider-Man black widow Thor and black panther movies come out. Even though I have watched these movies all my life. Just not into the spinoff concepts i guess. :((

  11. I love how the Russo Brothers think of each and every small detail during making a film. They think of audience, character development, originality, realisticity, storyline, future of the movie/series and the movie itself. They do all that can make a film legendary. Example:- Avengers: Endgame

  12. Given how integral Peter Parker ended up being to Tony's development, I wonder if there was any kind back-up plan to a character for Tony to mentor if Sony had not agreed to share Spidey with Marvel.

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