Avengers: Endgame Cast Shares Behind-the-Scenes Videos

Avengers: Endgame Cast Shares Behind-the-Scenes Videos

Since Avengers: Endgame spoilers are now fair game (per the directors), social media users have more than their two cents on the film. For that matter, we’re also starting to see more videos showing how this blockbuster film came together. These aren’t just fan videos, mind you, but behind-the-scenes clips from the actors behind Endgame’s most iconic characters.

Not too long after Chris Pratt’s “illegal” video posted online last month, Captain America himself, Chris Evans, has followed suit. Now that the “video ban” has been “lifted,” per his tweet, he’s shown off a quick peek at the set used for Endgame’s final battle. It shows off some rather impressive design, surrounded by green screens. But we also get a glimpse of some of the film’s stars – including Mark Ruffalo and his Marvel sweatshirt. The camerawork is slightly shaky, but Evans happily admits that.

Additionally, Evans also shared this set photo, featuring a very happy cast following a day of filming. Chris Hemsworth looks delightfully pleased.

Co-director Joe Russo gave praise to Evans for “waiting” on posting the set video instead of jumping the gun like Pratt did. You can see that response tweet below. (No word on how Chris Hemsworth feels just yet.)

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Not to be outdone, Robert Downey Jr. also posted a behind-the-scenes video from Endgame as well. This one is a little more detailed, featuring “movie magic” as Thor and Iron Man do battle with Thanos. It’s a fun watch, especially considering that it’s in slow-motion.

Downey also shared a fun video with the cast singing “happy birthday” to the first Iron Man film, which came out back in 2008.

 

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#Happy 11th #Birthday to the 1st #IronMan film, released on this day in 2008… #TeamStark #thankyou ( @jimmy_rich )

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