We’re talking about post-credit, so heed the warning if you haven’t watched Endgame even when it’s premiered 22 days ago.
Avengers: Endgame runtime is 3 hours, 2 minutes which includes about 14 minutes of credits. It has been confirmed that the last installment ever that involves the biggest assemble of heroes will not be featuring any mid- or post-credit scenes. At least, technically speaking.
Many fans sit their butt down during the first week of screening, waiting for something to pop up. Let it be something related to the possibility of a new Avengers movie at all or if we’ll ever know the fate of some untimely incidents that happened to the characters. The deaths of Black Widow and Iron Man, although have been suggested in many fan theories, still shock the crowd nevertheless.
If you sit to wait the credits to end just long enough, you will be able to hear the sound of metal clanging. People made several guesses regarding what it could be. 1) It’s the sound of the first time Tony Stark assembled the Iron Man suit, 2) It’s the sound of Peter Dinklage’s Eitri forging the Infinity gauntlet or maybe 3) The clash of Wolverine’s adamantium claws?!
A lot of theories swirled around, but most people agreed that it came from the first movie that initiated the Avengers series.
Kevin Feige gave his nod. “We knew early on that we weren’t going to have any post-credit scenes in the movie,” Ford started explaining how the idea to include the clanging sound into the post-credit scene. As it appears, Kevin Feige, the boss of Marvel Studios, was the person who suggested it to be included. “What if we have a little audio flashback at the end with Tony?”, Feige asked.
“We thought this was a great send-off.”
Indeed it was. This is the man who did not have the happiest childhood memories, does not play well with the others, but is also the man who did his best to protect the earth. We love you 3,000 Tony Start, you can rest now. The Avengers won.
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