Joss Whedon Posts Emotional Avengers: Endgame Response
Joss Whedon may not have had much involvement in Marvel productions as of late. However, he wrote and directed the 2012 blockbuster Marvel’s The Avengers, as well as its 2015 follow-up Age of Ultron. So he obviously knows a thing or two about Earth’s mightiest heroes.
Whedon recently took to Twitter to provide his two cents on Endgame. And though he didn’t have a lot to say, he summed up his words rather nicely, as you can see below.
Endgame. Guys. Jesus. #noYOUcried
— Joss Whedon (@joss) April 29, 2019
Indeed, high praise for the work of Anthony and Joe Russo, as well as the respective Endgame writers and actors. And in return, the fans have come out in droves to respond to Whedon’s tweet.
(Note: there may be mild Endgame spoilers in some of the responses below.)
Couldn’t of gotten here without you Boss. pic.twitter.com/JmY7D9460D
— ERod (@ERodBuster1) April 29, 2019
you warned us. pic.twitter.com/tTNthEs0e3
— LANNI. (@LucasLannister_) April 29, 2019
#noYOUcried and thank you for your part in starting the avengers off so we got to the endgame
— Togusa82 (@Togusa82) April 29, 2019
You set it; they spiked it.
— Len Schiff (@Signs_of_Life) April 29, 2019
— NotSnapTheJap (@NotSnapTheJap) April 29, 2019
The first Avengers and Endgame have been some of the best movie going experiences ever . Thank you , sir .
— Emil. (@emilnikolov_) April 29, 2019
I did cry actually…a lot pic.twitter.com/elChbJyzgm
— Narf (@narf9481) April 29, 2019
Thanks for two solid entries in the Infinity Saga and Agents of Shield.
— The Whirlwind (@WhirlwinDigo) April 29, 2019
Whedon certainly did play his part helping the franchise get to this point. And as one fan said, we can’t leave out Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which will make its return this summer.
And it’s also nice to see fans still give the 2012 Avengers film acknowledgment. Its box office at the time wasn’t too shabby, as it made over $200 million domestic in its opening weekend. (It ended up making $1.5 billion worldwide.)
Avengers: Endgame is in theaters now. Who do you feel is the definitive director (or directors) in the series? Let us know in the comments below!