"Avengers assemble!" This battle cry has been part of the Marvel Comics story since 1964, but the 55-year motto could take on new meaning from Marvel Studios star Chris Pratt thanks to a behind-the-scenes video on Instagram. The video, which quickly became a viral sensation, is said to be a forbidden glimpse into a Avengers: Endgame piece that was filled with the famous faces of Hollywood's historic superhero franchise, which became a short clip during the Filmmaking Endgame secretly filmed with a smartphone that destroyed every major box office record with Hollywood's first billion dollar opening weekend. The camera's shaking and shaking may make some spectators psychic, but the more common symptom reported by fans of Marvel fans on Monday was dizziness due to the collective starry performance in the guerrilla films.
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Chris Hemsworth, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Rudd and Sebastian Stan are some of the stars that can be seen in videos. They were in the social media all day with a big echo. More than 14 million video views were recorded on Instagram during the first 20 hours.
Chris Evans, who plays Captain America in the Marvel films, is one of Pratt's compatriots, reacting to the presence of a forbidden telephone camera in action on the ultra-mysterious set. "Big problems, big time," says Chris Evans with a jab and laughs at Pratt. Pratt, who plays the wise and authorless Maverick Star Lord, ends this video by confessing his crime. "This is a highly illegal video," says Pratt.
Although it is doubted that the star of Marvel is really in hot water, there was a high degree of secrecy in the many months prior to . Avengers: Endgame published. Co-directors Joe and Anthony Russo publicly urged fans not to divulge the secrets (and should have asked NFL superstars too) of the third act of the superhero epic, and Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige is a self-confessed believer in closely guarded Secrets, their perspective The best way to summarize is to say, "Loose lips sink scripts."