Avengers: Infinity War has ended dramatically. The evil Thanos snapped his fingers and half of the galaxy's population – including many beloved superheroes – died. Writer Stephen McFeely said in a new interview that "breaking up" was not always part of the film.
Instead, McFeely told Empire that writers were planning to wait for the second act of Avengers: Endgame for Thanos, which was to halve the world's population.
"We had so many stories in early versions of Infinity War that, if we could do anything, we thought we should not be doing snapshots before the end of Endgame's first act," he said. declared.
Marvel boss Kevin Feige is also quoted in the story, saying that writing and creative teams have spent "years" searching for the best way to tell the story of Infinity War and its global storytelling. . It was finally decided that Infinity War would end with "the break", which was really a dramatic way to end the film.
"We have talked about this end for years and years and years," he said. "That's why we adapted Infinity Gauntlet What was the most shocking thing we could do?" Finish the film with "the break"
While the end of Infinity War was undoubtedly dramatic, many fans think that "slamming" could be canceled in Endgame, given that many characters who died have future films in preparation. According to writer Christopher Markus, the deaths of Infinity War are "real", at least in a way.
"It's a different film than you think," Markus said of Endgame. "We've broken your heart, now we're going to amaze you."
Endgame is Marvel's next film, due out in late April around the world. He follows Captain Marvel, Brie Larson's blockbuster movie, which broke box office records. Endgame is completing over 10 years of history and is expected to be Marvel's latest film in Phase 3 in his film universe. You can see the latest Embedded Endgame trailer above.