“Even when a character is purple, and even when somebody can shoot lightning out of their hands, you can still present thematics that challenge world views — which is what all good science fiction and fantasy should do. And when you do that in a way that gets people cheering or crying, or literally on the edge of their [seats], that’s the artistry of cinema.”
— Kevin Feige, producer, “Avengers: Endgame”
The Russo brothers have directed some of the most beloved Marvel films. Then they surprised those adoring fans by taking big risks on “Endgame.”
The Russo brothers asked Alan Silvestri for a grand, operatic score. Without seeing the finished film, he wrote music that moved them to tears.
Added subtlety and Sweep
From Smart Hulk to the Avengers’ final battle, the effects team bolstered the story at levels large and small.
Giving Reality a Clever Twist
Production designer Charles Wood based “Endgame’s” unearthly settings on real-world locations from Chile to Scotland.