25 Avengers: Endgame Scenes That Were Changed Or Removed

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The scenes we saw in the trailers for Avengers: Endgame were totally different from the actual movie! Subscribe to our channel for more awesome videos: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant

Marvel managed to cram a lot into their universe altering, phase 3 finale, Avengers: Endgame. Characters passed on, others entered different timelines, and more gained promotions. Now, Thor is with the Guardians of the Galaxy, Falcon is Captain America and the whole MCU has gone topsy turvy with changes. While we here at ScreenRant couldn’t be happier with the way the story went, it seems like the characters on screen weren’t the only things that Marvel changed. According to Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors who are now celebrating the fruits of their hard labors, there were more changes to the script and the film as it was being made than we previously thought. So join ScreenRant as we explore all the many adjustments that happened during the script-writing phase, during filming, and even during the release of the trailers.

Actually, these changes were happening especially during the release of the trailers - Marvel is famous for misdirecting its audience with tampered footage, altered scenes, and total fakeouts that toy with fans’ expectations. So let’s discuss how Tony almost faced his aged-up daughter, how Thor practically fought himself, how Thanos nearly had more of a backstory, how the Morag sequence was close to being incredibly different, and how the god of thunder and Valkyrie were so close to becoming a thing. Oh, and we’ll definitely dissect all those fakeouts from the trailers too. This video is an Avengers blowout, and don’t worry, we won’t undo anything with time travel - so watch the video from start to finish!

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