About : Avengers: Infinity War - Part II
Directed by : Anthony Russo,Joe Russo
Produced by : Kevin Feige
Screenplay by : Christopher Markus,Stephen McFeely
Written by : Jack Kirby,Christopher Markus
Starring : Robert Downey Jr.,Chris Hemsworth,Mark Ruffalo,Chris Evans,Scarlett Johansson,Benedict Cumberbatch,Don Cheadle,Tom Holland,Chadwick Boseman,Paul Bettany,Elizabeth Olsen,Anthony Mackie,Sebastian Stan,Letitia Wright,Dave Bautista,Zoe Saldana,Josh Brolin,Chris Pratt,Jeremy Renner,Evangeline Lilly,Jon Favreau,Paul Rudd,Brie Larson
Music by : Alan Silvestri
Cinematography : Trent Opaloch
Edited by : N/A
Production company : Marvel Studios,Walt Disney Studios,Motion Pictures
Release Date : 25 April 2019 (USA)
Duration : 119 minutes
Country : USA
Language : English
Rating : 8.1
Year : 2019
Catagory : Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
Also Known As : Avengers EndGame
Budget : N/A
Age Restriction : N/A
Box Office : N/A
Storyline : A culmination of 22 interconnected films, the fourth installment of the Avengers saga will draw audiences to witness the turning point of this epic journey. Our beloved heroes will truly understand how fragile this reality is and the sacrifices that must be made to uphold it.
Avengers Endgame is out in some countries tomorrow, April 24 but fans in the UK have to wait till Thursday, April 25 to see Avengers: Endgame. Some viewers, however, may want to take a shortcut, avoiding the queues and the cinema price tag. Marvel has worked hard to bring fans ten years of storytelling, so seeing Endgame in cinemas is important.
To watch Avengers: Endgame on Reddit, or anywhere else online is not only highly illegal, but also simply bad form.
Avengers: Endgame may be part of one of the highest grossing movie studios.
However, skipping the cinema is not an option for those wanting to see Endgame sooner as it is illegal.
Mark Batey, chief executive of trade body the Film Distributors’ Association discussed the ramifications of illegal online streaming with The Guardian in 2014.
Mr Batey said: “There’s a perception that it’s a victimless crime, but it’s not.
“There are just a handful of super successes every year among hundreds of movies that are brought to market.
“And when a film is copied or made available online, it reduces the value of that film around the world.”
Jean Prewiit, a former US lobbyist also said: “The impact of piracy tends to play out differently and arguably more immediately on the independent sector than it does on the studios.”
“The indies are totally dependent on local distributors in all countries to take risk and invest in the making of a film before it is made.”
eOne Films managing director Alex Hamilton added: “The audiovisual industry supports hundreds of thousands of people’s livelihoods and if the industry has trouble supporting itself, it’s going to put people out of work.”
“People aren’t pirating to make themselves better or put food on the table; they are doing it for recreational purposes.
“An individual has to acknowledge that their actions don’t exist in isolation.”
Fans who for whatever reason, whether it accessibility or monetary, can’t attend Avengers: Endgame in the cinemas will have to simply wait, unfortunately.
Endgame will likely come out in the US on Disney+, the new streaming service from Disney.
Elsewhere, the film will likely wind up either on Netflix or Now TV.
Movies like Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy are on Netflix.
However, Avengers: Infinity War, the direct precursor to Endgame, is only available to stream on Now TV.
Gareth Neame, executive producer of Downton Abbey, aptly pointed out scare mongering is not enough to dissuade people from illegal online streaming.
He said: “It’s important that we try to educate people to behave like responsible citizens and to be honest and understand why copyright matters.”
Avengers: Endgame is ou tin UK cinemas on Thursday, April 25, 2019.
wondering which MCU movies you should watch (or rewatch) to prepare for this epic superhero event. While this new Marvel movie pays off on 11 years’ worth of MCU storylines, the only downside to so much build-up is that it’s pretty time-consuming for fans to sit down and plow through all these movies. That’s to say nothing of people who might only just now be getting into the MCU.
Fortunately, you don’t actually have to rewatch all 21 MCU movies to prep for Endgame. We’re breaking down the essentials here, the ones that introduce key characters or deal directly with the Infinity Stones that are so important in Infinity War and Endgame. Check them out below…
Steve Rogers’ character arc looks to be a big focus in Endgame, as the man formerly known as Captain America comes to terms with his failures and inability to move on in a post-Decimation world. For that reason alone, it’s worth going back to the first Cap movie and reliving his early World War II exploits. Plus, this film gives necessary context to the Steve/Bucky relationship as the two friends are finally reunited (sans brainwashing) in Infinity War before being cruelly torn apart again.
There’s also the fact that The First Avenger revolves heavily around the Tesseract, the Hydra artifact that Red Skull used to power his army and which contained the first Infinity Stone to be introduced in the MCU – the Space Stone. Not to mention that Infinity War finally addressed the fate of Red Skull himself.
The Avengers marks the first time Earth’s Mightiest Heroes banded together to fight a common enemy. This movie is the true launching point for much of what’s unfolded since in the MCU. Not to mention that it technically showcased the first conflict between the Avengers and Thanos’s forces, though that fact wasn’t made clear until the mid-credits scene.
Perhaps most importantly, The Avengers hinges on Loki’s efforts to steal the Tesseract and acquire it for Thanos. That story finally came full circle in Infinity War.
Warning: Contains major spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War.
Avengers EndGame is going to be a turning point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The untitled Avengers movie will complete the story that began in Avengers: Infinity War, centring around the machinations of the giant, purple space villain Thanos.
Infinity War made some earth-shattering changes to the MCU status quo that set the stage for everything that will happen in its sequel...
The untitled Avengers movie will be out in the UK on April 26, 2019, and in the US on May 3, 2019.
That puts its release date almost exactly a year after Infinity War. Between those two films we will be getting Ant-Man and the Wasp (in 2018) and Captain Marvel (earlier in 2019).
Avengers EndGame title
We're still waiting to learn the title, which was originally given as 'Avengers: Infinity War – Part 2'.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige hinted that the title of the movie could be a spoiler. 'Avengers: Half the Universe is Dead', perhaps? He has since said that he regrets not revealing the name sooner, feeling that speculation detracted from the attention given to Infinity War – although not enough to prevent it from receiving the biggest opening weekend of all time.
The current rumour is that it will be called 'Avengers: End Game', but we might not get confirmation of that until the end of 2018.
Avengers EndGame cast
Avengers: Infinity War had the biggest superhero movie cast ever, and even though a load of them are apparently dead, we still expect most of those actors will be back for part two.
The Infinity War survivors are sure be back – that's the somewhat ragged looking lineup of Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Danai Gurira (Okoye), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), Don Cheadle (War Machine), Karen Gillan (Nebula), Robert Downey Jr (Iron Man), Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Chris Evans (Captain America), Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper), and perhaps the unaccounted for Gwyneth Paltrow (Pepper Potts) and Letitia Wright (Shuri).
Paul Rudd (Ant-Man) will make a return along with Evangeline Lilly (The Wasp), Michelle Pfeiffer (the other Wasp) and thus, presumably, Michael Douglas (Hank Pym). Jon Favreau (Happy Hogan) has also filmed scenes for the movie.