'Avengers: Endgame' is the biggest film that will hit the screens in 2019. The film features a huge ensemble cast in which taking the charge is Robert Downey Jr who plays Tony Stark aka Iron Man in the MCU. Now, everyone is aware that the word Endgame has been dropped in 'Avenger: Infinity War'. However, it turns out that makers of the film were aware of the title long before that and had been leaving hints all along.
Back in 2014, when Robert was talking about the film 'Avengers: Age of Ultron', he dropped the word "Endgame" once again. In the clip can be heard saying, "He's working on a system, that will make it so that the Avengers really don't have to do what they've been doing all along which, purportedly should be the endgame."
Not only that but the word is again dropped in the actual movie itself where Iron Man tells Captain America about stopping aliens coming out of a wormhole. Then again everyone is aware of Doctor Strange's line "We're in the endgame now" in 'Avengers: Infinity War'. From this instance it is clear that Marvel has left a breadcrumb trail all along and perhaps if one carefully analyses the former films, some interesting things can be gleaned about the upcoming flick. What do you think? Is there more than meets eye or is it just mere coincidence that this word finds itself in so many instances? Well, knowing Marvel's meticulous planning, it is probably the former.
Meanwhile, actress Karen Gillan who plays Gamora in the MCU also revealed that she would have a new ally and BFF in 'Avengers: Endgame'. Directed by the Russo brothers, the film is all set to release on April 26, 2019.