Marvel didn’t put a scene after the credits in the new movie
No spoilers here, so relax!
Everyone who watched few Marvel movies knows that he shouldn’t
leave the theater before the post credit scene. There are some memorable ones
like the Avengers eating Shawarma, the Gradians of the Galaxy meets baby Groot
But in Marvel’s new movie, there is no post credit scene…
Pretty shocking right?
Marvel’s fan will be sad to know that after 22 films, for
the first time, they can leave the theater once the movie is over.
A guy named Daniel Richtman, leaked the sad news on twitter –
After talking to a few people can now confirm – NO POST CREDITS SCENES in Endgame. Just so you know #Endgame
The website CableTV.com is presenting the opportunity to watch all 20 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies before the release of Avengers: Endgame on 26 April – But only one person can do that.
The lucky person will earn 1 thousand dollars in cash and if this isn’t enough, he will get some Marvel merchandise.
“The hero we’re looking for is not only a Marvel fanatic, but also an active, outgoing social media personality who’d be enthusiastic about live-tweeting their MCU marathon experience while tagging CableTV.com” as the job description stated.
“Once your MCU binge-watch and live-tweeting extravaganza is complete, we’ll ask you to share your takeaways from the movies so we can make some beautiful, badass rankings together. Besides those, our only requirements are that you be at least 18 years old and a US citizen (sorry, Wakanda nationals).”
You can also find requirement like –
“Endurance of Iron Man”
“Tenacity of Captain America”
“Leisure time of Ant-Man”
In order to be able to watch all the movies, which have been divided into 3 phrases:
Marvel’s fans will be happy to know that the next Avengers film will be out 7-years after the first one.
Millions of fans are waiting for the upcoming Avengers movie after the successful The Avengers – Infinity War. In the next movie the heroes will try to correct Thanos’ action – deleting half of the universe.
‘Endgame’ is about to be out on April 26th, 2019 – 7 years after the first one. It seems like Marvel’s team was scheduled it perfectly from the beginning – in the last seen we have a brief look at Thanos but only now we know what he was able to accomplish.
In the second Avenger’s film – Age of Ultron, which was out in 2015, Iron man says – “That up there, that’s the endgame. How are you guys planning on beating it?” – again, back then it meant nothing but the big pictures comes full circle here.
In “Infinity War” Dr.Strange saves Tony’s life by giving Thanos the Time Stone and says – “We’re in the endgame now.”
For now, we can enjoy the upcoming “Captain Marvel” film – out on March 8th.
After a strong push by thousands of fans and cast members including Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana to get James Gunn back as director of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” following his firing from the third film in the series because some offensive tweets from his past resurfaced, Disney and Marvel are standing by their decision to not reinstate him as helmer for the next installment.
Gunn was let go from the project when dozens of Gunn’s tweets from nearly a decade ago came to light. You can find more information HERE!
The decision came following a meeting between Gunn and studio chairman Alan Horn. Gunn and his UTA (United Talent Agency) reps pushed hard for him to be given a second chance. Horn decided to take the meeting but only as a courtesy for clearing the air with Gunn. The meeting was described as civil and professional, but sources say that Horn stood by his decision – not reinstate Gunn as director.
Feige was out of town and unable to attend. Once Feige is back in town, Disney and Marvel will continue the search for a new director. The film was expected to go into production at the start of 2019, and while sources have stressed that Gunn’s original script will be used for the next film, it is still very likely that whoever is brought in will still need to put a polish on it in order to add their stamp to the project, so It is still unknown if the production schedule will be affected by the change in the director’s seat.
Spokespeople for Disney and Marvel declined to comment.