Comic Con 2019: Avengers: Endgame and Infinity War screenwriters reveal the DELETED scenes of the films

At the San Diego Comic-Con 2019 recently, Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame screenwriters revealed the scenes that didn't make it to the final script. Read on.
Avengers: Infinity War,Avengers: Endgame,Hollywood,Christopher Markus,Stephen McFeelyComic Con 2019: Avengers: Endgame and Infinity War screenwriters reveal the DELETED scenes of the films
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Marvel fanatics had speculated and imagined different climaxes for Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. However, the film took many unexpected turns and ended in the ultimate MCU style. Recently, Avengers: Endgame screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely were present at the San Diego Comic-Con 2019 on Friday. Talking about Avengers: Endgame and Infinity War, which they co-wrote, they revealed scenes and concepts that didn't make it to the final scripts. The scenes included Thanos killing all the Avengers in an alternate timeline in Endgame, Doctor Strange invoking the Living Tribunal in Infinity War and a giant Midgard serpent that Thor fought in Infinity War.
The most shocking revelation of them all was the Avengers: Endgame Thanos' deleted scene. The cancelled scene was that after knowing that the Avengers were time-travelling, Thanos goes to Earth in 2014 and kills all the superheroes. He then travels to 2023 and goes to the Avengers Headquarters, where the last battle takes place in Endgame, and then shows Captain America the decapitated head of the other Cap. Markus and McFeely jokingly said that they cut the scene as it was too dark and they didn't want to scare children. 
Talking about Avengers: Infinity War, the co-writers introduced the Living Tribunal, which is an entity that oversees and maintains balance across realities. This would have happened during the ultimate fight between Doctor Strange and Thanos on his home planet of Titan, with him opening an inter-dimensional portal. Thanos would have appeared in front of the Living Tribunal and be judged guilty (naturally). However, Markus and McFeely chose to do it the other way as it was confusing for the viewers. Markus and McFeely also revealed that it was Robert Downey Jr's idea that Tony Stark aka Iron Man wouldn't have any last words as he died.

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