THIS Avengers: Endgame death scene was planned differently but Russo Brothers changed it during reshoots

Avengers: Endgame featured several emotional moments. This included Iron Man's death scene, Black Widow's sacrifice, Captain America crossing paths with his past and more.
THIS Avengers: Endgame death scene was planned differently but Russo Brothers changed it during reshootsTHIS Avengers: Endgame death scene was planned differently but Russo Brothers changed it during reshoots
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Raise your hand if you cried, at least once, while watching Avengers: Endgame. The Marvel movie made us emotional, left us searching for tissues. The cause of our runny noses and teary eyes: two heartbreaking death scenes. The first being Iron Man's death. We screamed "I love you 3000," as we watched Pepper Potts kissing Tony Stark goodbye post the Endgame fight. Another being Natasha Romanoff's sacrifice to attain the Soul Stone. We cannot take out the visual of Scarlett Johansson's superhero hanging off the cliff while she bid adieu to Hawkeye before she let go. 

As emotional as that scene was, Jeremy Renner confirms that the scene was not originally planned that way. The actor, who plays Clint Barton aka Hawkeye in MCU, recently revealed the details behind the emotional shot. He revealed that the original scene featured Thanos. Yes, before the Mad Titan made his way to the Avengers headquarters on Earth, he was supposed to cross paths with Black Widow and Hawkeye in Vormir. 

As reported by SyWy Wire, Renner made the confession at the Ace Comic-Con over the weekend. He said, "It was a tough scene for us to shoot. It's a reshoot we did about six months ago. The original was a lot more complicated, with an attack by Thanos. This was just us." It definitely was the right decision for the scene hit us harder than it would have during a fight featuring Thanos. Unlike many fans who have watched the movie several times, Renner also admitted he watched Avengers: Endgame just once. The one watched wrecked him, he confessed. "It wrecked me, from the opening scene to the end, I laughed, I cried, I never saw it again," he said. 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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