Avengers: Endgame which will wrap up the 22-movie arc and be the final film in MCU’s phase 3 is nearing its release for this April. Though so close to its worldwide premiere in theaters, The Russo Brothers are still doing their best in keeping the details regarding this movie under wraps. Moreover, even other Marvel directors are yet to see the movie.
During FX’s presentation at the TCA Winter Tour stop, Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi played his part in hyping Avengers: Endgame for the fanbase without sharing any spoiler-filled details as he also is still yet to watch the movie. The director said he could “can’t get anything out of them,” referring to the Russo Brothers.
“I haven’t seen it, so I don’t know even what happens. They keep their cards so close to their chests,” Waititi said to USA TODAY. “But from what I’ve heard, it wraps up everything in a really great way. It feels like the fans are getting rewarded for hanging around for 10 years and watching all these films. Because the more you know about the characters and the stories and stuff, the more satisfying this film will be.”
The Thor: Ragnarok has lately been making the news after a Twitter poster by a user enlisted Waititi, Edgar Wright and other directors as the choice to replace James Gunn as the director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. But at the TCA (via Slashfilm), Waititi responded that he has no intentions of taking over the threequel project also clarified that he hopes to do another movie for Marvel.
“No, no, not doing that movie,” Waititi said post the panel for the FX TV adaptation of his 2014 comedy What We Do In the Shadows.“I’m hanging out with them [Marvel] still, hanging out with those guys and talking about new stuff. I don’t know what it might be yet, but I want to do another movie with them.”
The response doesn’t come as surprise since other directors such Edgar Wright, Chris Miller and others have stood with Gunn and hope that he gets to complete his arc with the threequel.
Avengers: Endgame will hit theaters on April 26.
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