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Brie Larson as Captain Marvel in Avengers: Endgame.
Marvel The Russo brothers’ Avengers: Endgame quarantine watch party marked the one-year anniversary of the world’s biggest blockbuster.
It produced a stunning amount of behind-the-scenes goodies, including unique footage of Brie Larson saying hello to fellow superhero Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) on her first day as Captain Marvel.
‘This was @brielarson‘s first day ever as Captain Marvel… And here’s a quick video of her greeting the cast for the first time,’ the Russo brothers tweeted Monday during the watch party.
Larson filmed her Endgame scenes before Captain Marvel, setting her the challenge of portraying a fleshed-out superhero before going through her formative origin story.
The Russos used one word to describe Chris Evans‘ reaction to learning that Cap would wield Thor‘s hammer — a scene that ended up blowing everyone’s minds.
Replacing the soul stone with Captain America would have likely seen Cap sacrifice himself to defeat Thanos.
Reshooting the Winter Soldier elevator scene was much easier second time round.
The ‘Hail Hydra‘ elevator scene went much more smoothly the second time round for Captain America — and the Russos.
In The Winter Soldier, Cap loses the mind stone hidden inside Loki‘s sceptre to Hydra operatives posing as SHIELD agents.
In Endgame, Cap, having traveled back in time to that same moment and knowing the SHIELD agents are not to be trusted, tricks the them into thinking he too hails Hydra and slyly struts off with the stone.
When it came to filming, ‘We shot the original Winter Soldier elevator scene in 4 days,’ the Russos explained.
‘Does the original Hulk personality still live within Smart Hulk or is he gone now?’ @joshtwitch asked the Russos.
The Russo brothers have clearly been saving up their own personal collection of behind-the-scenes clips for a rainy day.
One of the best of the bunch involves Chris Evans messing around in Old Captain America’s garb — a unique look of the athletic elderly.
While we knew the scene in which Iron Man snaps his fingers and defeats Thanos was Downey Jr.
‘s final scene, here we get a look at the second-time round that scene was shot.
Initially, Iron Man didn’t say anything when he dusted off Thanos, but after editor Jeff Ford suggested the genius line to bring Iron Man full circle, the cast and crew got back together to shoot the scene again, with the added line.
The Russos unloaded a swathe of behind-the-scenes photos of the cast and tidbits on filming.
And here’s a clip of Evans’ final day of shooting, where he had to say goodbye for good to Cap after a decade of defining ‘America’s Ass.
gives his carefully deliberated assessment of a scene featuring him and Chris Evans: ‘Naaailed it!’ he says before they wrap shooting in New York.
PT: This article originally misstated which stone Captain America traveled back in time for.