Avengers: Endgame directors explain why screen time for those who returned to life was limited; Read Details

The Russo Brothers revealed that the reason behind it was because it was more “emotionally arresting” to instead keep the focus on characters audiences are already familiar with.
Russo Brothers,Avengers Endgame,HollywoodIn Avengers: Endgame we saw the OG 6 trying their best to undo the effects of the snap.
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Avengers: Infinity War left the audiences in a cliff hanger when Thanos' snap destroyed more than half of the living population and an uncertain future. In Avengers: Endgame we saw the OG 6 trying their best to undo the effects of the snap. And now Endgame directors, The Russo Brothers, recently revealed why they chose not to explore the return of half the world’s formerly vanished population. In Endgame, the return of superheroes who vanished to the snap was not delved into much.  

The directors revealed that the reason behind it was because it was more “emotionally arresting” to instead keep the focus on characters audiences are already familiar with, reported comicbook.com. Joe Russo elaborated why there was no grand reunion scene and told Slate that, "Well, when we see those things in movies, I just feel like I disconnect from them, because I don’t know those people." 

He added, “And so we always try to find a way to tell that story through the characters that we have and that we care about." The only characters who got an emotional reunion scene were Hawkeye with his family and Peter Parker with his school bestie. “We feel like that’s more emotionally arresting, is the characters that the audience has been following through this narrative, realizing the catharsis of that moment with those characters,” Anthony added.

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