The plane of the superheroines of Avengers Endgame required re-recordings so that it was not “forced”

The plane of the superheroines of Avengers Endgame required re-recordings so that it was not "forced"

More than two years ago, Avengers Endgame landed in theaters around the world to eventually (and for a short time) become the highest grossing movie in history.

The final chapter of the Infinity Saga saw the survivors of Avengers: Infinity War hatching a plan to recover the Infinity Gems and bring back those who took the snap of Thanos.

One of the most remembered scenes of Avengers Endgame saw the superheroines that he Marvel Cinematic Universe had presented at that time together for a sequence.

Later, the sequence would be known as scene A-Force, in reference to the Marvel comics of an alternate reality where the Avengers are all female.

The scene received a good dose of criticism for how “forced it was” within the course of the battle, simply to launch an empowering message (in addition to those that Captain Marvel continuously embodies).

Through the book The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the producer of Avengers Endgame Trinh tran has recalled the creation and settings of the scene.

Tran recalls that the scene was conceived in a celebration after the filming of Avengers: Infinity War, when the screenwriter Craig kyle wanted to bring together the actresses who give life to superheroines in a photo for his daughter.

The idea materialized in the sequence that we know, but the test views of Avengers Endgame showed that it was very forced, and that the public did not receive it well.

The production company recalls that they made some additional recordings with the actresses to make the scene fit better in the heat of battle.

However, as we have already mentioned, despite the attempts of Marvel Studios, the scene was the subject of numerous criticisms that highlighted precisely what they wanted to avoid.

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