Avengers: Endgame’s directors Joe and Anthony Russo shared a short video from the first day that Oscar-star actress Brie Larson wore the Captain Marvel costume in honor of the first year of the legendary movie’s release.
Avengers: Endgame, which made the point for the first three episodes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), which first met with the big screen in 2008, left behind James Cameron’s impassable Avatar by collecting a total of $ 2.8 billion box office revenues. he had left.
The film, which we bid farewell to three of the original Avengers six like Iron Man, Captain America and Black Widow, has a completely different place for Marvel fans even in this respect only. Avengers: Endgame’s directors Joe and Anthony Russo shared a short video from the first day that Oscar-star actress Brie Larson appeared in front of the cameras in honor of the first anniversary of the iconic movie’s release.
Captain Marvel is known as the most powerful character of the cinematic universe
In the five-second video, we see Larson, who entered the Quinjet’s cockpit, hugged Scarlett Scarlett, who brought the Black Widow character to life. Chris Evans, who is right next to him, known as Captain America, watches the greetings of the two with a small smile.
It is undoubtedly a challenging experience for Larson to be in a team that has been working together for years and portrayed the same characters for a very long time, and to adopt his own character, but both this video and previous behind-the-scenes reveal the friendly working culture of the group of players.
At the press conference for Avengers: Endgame in 2019, the successful actor explained how he felt on his first day on the set: “Endgame will always be very special for me because it was the first movie I played Captain Marvel. It was an invaluable feeling to perform for the first time in front of legends. ”
Larson was on camera for Avengers: Endgame before his first solo movie, Captain Marvel, due to the order of the MCU films. Although Captain Marvel was released earlier, it was actually the first production Endgame that the famous actress wore the iconic costume for. This means that the post-credits scene of Infinity War was actually shot after Endgame.
A short video shared by Russo Brothers