Behind the scenes of Avengers: Endgame


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Avengers: Endgame released in April of 2019. The film had a worldwide opening of $1.2 billion, the biggest of all time and nearly double Infinity War’s previous record of $640 million.

By: Joseph Sanfilippo, Editor

Marvel had a fake version of the Endgame scripts that were referred to as “code blue”

Endgame is considered one of Marvel’s ambitious projects. The team working on the film decided to trick its cast by having fake and real versions of the scripts. Security was a big priority during this time. The real script was called “code red” and the fake was called “code blue.”

If Wanda survived the “snap,” the writers thought about pairing her up with Rocket

The writing team originally had plans for Wanda to go on a road trip with Rocket. After the Vision plot in Infiity War was conceived, they decided to abandon their original plans.

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