The Sequence in Avengers: Endgame on Vormir is one of the film's most intimate, emotional moments. But that was not always planned.
As Jeremy Renner recently revealed at a Seattle Ace Comic-Con, the sequence in Vormir should have been much more active.
As reported by Syfy Wire, Renner stated that the original sequence involved an emotional conflict between Black Widow and Hawkeye involving another involved conflict including an attack from Thanos.
"It was a difficult scene for us to shoot," he said of the scene as it appears in the film. "It's a re-shoot we made about six months ago, the original was much more complicated with a Thanos attack, it's just us."
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It's understandable that the scene was a bit different at first, but the mandate in superheroes of action, action, action, and stripping action from a whole stretch of the movie's time-lapse is probably a risky decision, but it was The movie had enough fighting scenes, and for Hawkeye and Widow, whose bond was an important theme in the Avengers films, it was a suitably emotional decision.
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