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first_img ‘Death Saves’ D&D Streetwear: Interview With Designer D…Wesley Snipes Says ‘It’s All Good’ With Marvel Studios’ ‘Blade’ Reboot Film Stay on target Avengers: Endgame was one of the top performing movies of 2019, yet developing the film was not an easy process for writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.On Friday, the duo discussed the biggest script challenges with Avengers: Endgame at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). During a panel held in Hall H, Markus and McFeely described their Marvel journey and what it would take to create one of the most popular superhero films of all time, Polygon noted.#AvengersEndgame writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely talked “Writing Avengers: Endgame” at #SDCC #HallH and brought visuals! Take a look at BTS images of their writer’s room. pic.twitter.com/xcLvTbYgva— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) July 19, 2019“Your first reaction is panic,” Markus told attendees. “If it’s bad, because you will be very embarrassed one year, and then you have to wait around and have to be embarrassed next year.”Avengers: Endgame ended up with a solid script, however, according to the duo, it took multiple drafts, including the shooting draft, to achieve what they were looking for. Markus noted how Marvel Studios will fine tune movies until they hit theaters and how the Avengers: Endgame storyline was tweaked multiple times.“There’s a lot of trial and error on these [movies],” McFeely said during the panel. Both writers described how Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame eventually came together, however, they admitted that an all-hands-on-deck moment put things into perspective and kickstarted another creative direction.“Marvel knows how to foster the writing of the movie. They’re not a panic-based company,” Markus explained. “A lot of companies in Hollywood freak out after a first draft.”SO cool we were allowed to take a pic of this brainstorming session done by the writers! #AvengersEndgame #SDCC2019 #SDCC50 #MarvelStudios #HallH @MarvelStudios @SD_Comic_Con pic.twitter.com/efTnAgiwGc— Jennifer Saturday @ SDCC (@JCSaturday) July 19, 2019Before tackling the plots of Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, the duo put together a giant board that listed all available characters, objects, and references that were still important to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).Even though the board was helpful, it couldn’t solve all of the script’s bumps, including whether or not certain characters should die. But after weeks of conversations, the thought of killing Thanos became more of a good approach for the Avengers: Endgame storyline, considering he changes everyone’s fate throughout the film.“Killing him helps him as a character,” Markus said. “It cements the fact that he’s doing this for his stated purpose. He’s done! And that’s the most shattering thing for the Avengers.”More on Geek.com:Top Movie and TV Trailers to Watch From SDCC 2019 What to Expect From the Marvel Cinematic Universe at SDCC 2019Marvel Posts ‘Dawn of X’ Teaser on Twitter Before SDCC 2019last_img

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