When the Russians were in the middle of filming "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Avengers: Endgame," Brown's call finally came in October 2017. "I was on the The Mayor for ABC and I got a text from Joe Russo, "she recalled. "He said," Hey, what are you going to do in two weeks? "And I called him ̵
Brown immediately called her television show" Showrunner. "
" I thought, "I need to get off work next week because I have to do this thing!" And thankfully, because Marvel is also under the umbrella of Disney-ABC, they've worked well and I've been able to drive to Atlanta for a few days and shut it down, "she said.
"That's not what I dream" Great, "she admitted. [But] After the Russians took power, I thought," There are good chances. "There are a lot of people on & # 39; community & # 39; and there are not enough films for everyone to have a moment, so I was so excited that I got my chance. "
She not only got her chance, she was also allowed to share a scene with two of the original Avengers, Iron Man and Captain America, aka Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans, who play a sympathetic but astute government employee who shares a lift with the two time traveling heroes while they are disguised and when she infiltrated a military base in 1970, she guessed that something was wrong. Brown was impressed by the stars as the cameras ran and when they did not run.
"I was allowed to see her outside of her superhero costumes." said Brown. "They are really nice people, I've always loved being talented and rich and whatever, Captain America – that's great, how is your heart human, these two men are lovely people."
"It's not easy to be the person who comes in for a few hours or a day to make a scene where people have been together," Brown added, explaining that the close-knit cast and crew "were called me Welcome, as if I were playing Queen Bee, the new crime fighter, so it was really nice. "
Brown left the set unsure whether she would appear in" Infinity War "or" Endgame "as the production of the two Had overlapped movies. She figured she would appear in the opening chapter, but "I just said," Well, it was nice. It's the thought that counts. & # 39; And I forgot it.
Imagine Brown's shock a year later, and almost two years since she had originally shot her scenes when she sat in a movie theater as a regular Marvel fan and recorded "Endgame", which plays his role debut on the Home video Tuesday: About two hours after the movie started, she still had not seen herself, and then a shot of the bunker her character worked in.
"I'm sitting there with a group of people in my place like & # 39; That will be it. Oh my god, it's a lift! Since I am! & # 39; I just sit there and bite my jaw. I was so damn excited that I can not even tell you. So damn excited! They were my friends, too. "
In fact, her friends had absolutely no idea that Brown could show up on the screen until they saw her alongside Downey and Evans.
" I kept that secret for two years, "she said proudly." This NDA was I really needed my left foot, so I did not tell anyone. "
The only downside of the very welcome surprise?
"I did not even come to the premiere," Brown lamented, "I did not know I was there! I could have come!"