On Sunday, April 26, Avengers: Endgame — the highest-grossing movie in the history of cinema — celebrated its one-year anniversary.
During an Avengers: Endgame Twitter watch-party on Monday night to celebrate the anniversary of the film’s release, the Russo Brothers — who directed Endgame in addition to Infinity War, Captain America: Civil War, and Captain America: The Winter Solider — tweeted out a bunch of exclusive content, including never-before-seen videos of stars Robert Downey Jr and Chris Evans during their last days on set.
The MCU was supposed to be kicking off its Phase 4 this weekend, as the Scarlett Johansson-starring Black Widow solo film was originally scheduled to hit theaters on Friday, May 1. However, due to our current global situation, the release of the film — which looks like it will be Johansson’s final time in the role — will now be released in November.
Following Black Widow, the next Phase 4 film Eternals — which was originally supposed to be released in theaters in November of this year –will now drop on February 12, 2021, instead.
Avengers: Endgame — and most of the fantastic movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — is currently streaming on Disney+. If you’re in more of an Avengers: Infinity War mood — which celebrated its two-year anniversary on Monday — you can find that streaming on Netflix.
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