Avengers: Endgame was a three hour spectacle of gunfire, with your jaw dropping to the ground. One of the sequences that attracted particular attention was the third act during the fight, when all the women on the battlefield gathered for a makeshift A-Force to lead the Stark Gauntlet across the battlefield.
The moment went online immediately and viral was immortalized in GIFs for the rest of eternity. Now, a piece of new fan art based on the scene has in and of itself become viral, and it does not leave us long in search of a stand-alone A-Force movie. Courtesy of fan artist @ awedope.arts, the heroines of the MCU gather in the midst of the Avengers logo.
The authors Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely have previously betrayed why they took the moment to film because of all the other fan-service moments they have thrown into the movie.
"These films would not exist without the fans, so, you know, a movie that frustrates the fans seems a bit suicidal," Christopher Markus said to Variety before. "People say, 'Fan Service', as if you're going into a niche, I mean, we've all seen the numbers making these films, fans are the majority at this point -Service simply honors the stories that have come before It's not like we're pulling out a tiny easter egg that only got three people, it just knots the threads, it picks up the nuances that were dropped earlier, I see it not as some kind of niche writing. "
" They were pumped, there was a lot of pumped up, "McFeely repeated. "We've certainly been thinking for a long time about whether it was earned, we really wanted to earn most of those moments and not just a delightful piece of fan candy, honestly it made me nervous and sometimes we got it to the point: & # 39; Are we going to keep it? Do not keep it? "And pretty much all of us, even me, said," God. I would rather see it. I'd rather be there and have a great conversation and some people will not think we deserve it. "Everyone wanted to leave it in the movie."
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Avengers: Endgame is now in the cinema, while Spider-Man: Far From Home is due to appear on July 2nd. Captain Marvel is currently digitally available for release on June 11 in the home media.
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