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Robert Downey Jr. celebrated Avengers: Endgame’s birthday by showing the deleted scene

Robert Downey Jr. celebrated the 2nd birthday of the movie “Avengers: Endgame”. The actor shared the deleted scene from the popular production on social media.

Avengers: Endgame – Robert Downey Jr. showed a deleted scene

The film recently celebrated its second birthday “Avengers: Endgame”, so the cast and film crew were eager to share their memories of making the production. One of the best tidbits he showed Robert Downey Jr, who shared another deleted scene from the movie. This one was supposed to be a nice but sad meeting at the same time Tony Stark with an adult version of his daughter, Morgan (played by Katherine Langford).

Unfortunately, the devs found the scene too complicated for many of the test audience members. In the video from RDJ we can see that Tony moves (similar to Thanos in “Infinity War”) to “transition station”. At first he is very surprised by the whole situation, and then finally he notices Morgan standing further. You can see it below:


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Russo brothers, or directors “Avengers: Endgame” stated that Tony needed to say goodbye to the daughter she had given him “absolution” and let him go. Everyone liked the idea, but after the reactions of the audience, they found that it caused too much confusion to the already huge film, so they decided to give it up.

Everyone spoke in superlatives about the topic Kathrine Langford, and below you can see the deleted conversation scene Tony from Morgan, which the creators showed a few months after the premiere of the film:

“Avengers: Endgame” ended the so-called Infinity Saga in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, more films about superheroes are already in production, and the closest one is repeatedly postponed “Black Widow”, which is expected to debut in July 2021.


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