AVENGERS: ENDGAME Character Posters Reflect On The Legacy Of The Original Six Team Members

AVENGERS: ENDGAME Character Posters Reflect On The Legacy Of The Original Six Team Members

AVENGERS: ENDGAME Character Posters Reflect On The Legacy Of The Original Six Team Members

One final batch of character posters for Avengers: Endgame has been released putting the spotlight on the original six Avengers and how they've changed over the course of their appearances in this series.

Avengers: Endgame is finally here and to celebrate that fact, Marvel Studios has released one final batch of character posters by well-known artist Boss Logic. As you can see, they put the spotlight on the original six Avengers and the way they've transformed since the first Avengers movie in 2012.

It's amazing to see just how much things have changed for Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Ronin (Jeremy Renner), and The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) over the years. 

We also have comments from each of the actors about where we find their characters at the start of Avengers: Endgame taken from the officially released production notes for the movie. They offer some very interesting insights and drop some big hints about where their respective stories will go. 

So, to check out the full gallery of posters, click on the "View List" button down below.



"At the beginning of this film we see a lot of broken people," Chris Evans explains. "That’s what Marvel’s great at doing. They’ve truly leveled us, not just literally, but morally and emotionally. The good thing is, it’s always easier to build people back up after they’ve been broken down, but you just have a lot of incomplete characters."

"Steve still has his back turned on things as a result of ‘Civil War,’ but after Thanos snaps and we lose all these people, he’s really trying to jumpstart that optimism and rediscover that loyalty to conventions bigger than himself to somehow stay afloat. Otherwise, it’s so easy to just give up, but that’s not in his nature. I think he knows that, so it’s just a matter of how, in the face of the worst possible outcome, do you still be a leader?"

 


"After everything goes down, Tony is still on Titan, so for him it becomes all about whether he can get home and how," Robert Downey Jr. says when asked about where we find Iron Man at the start of this movie. "The last real trauma for Tony came when the portal was opened in ‘The Avengers.’"

"So, a defeat at the hands of Thanos, which resulted in Peter Parker turning to dust in his arms, was a real gut punch. Even though he’s not all that touchy-feely, he’s pretty crazy about this kid and he appreciates the crucible that he went through in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ and ‘Infinity War.’"

 


"‘Thor: Ragnarok’ was Thor at his wackiest, ‘Infinity War’ was Thor at his best and most heroic and ‘Endgame’ is probably Thor at his worst," Chris Hemsworth teases. "Mentally, emotionally, physically, every aspect of Thor is broken. He is lost and uncertain."

"So, it is a whole new journey, and it felt like I was playing a completely different character. I felt freer than I’ve ever felt before because there were no rules at this point. It was a real opportunity to just kind of swing for the fences, and if I had been given this character two or three years earlier, I think I would’ve dropped the ball in a big way."

 


"When we shot ‘Iron Man 2,’ I didn’t know if the fans and the audience would accept my interpretation of the character," recalls Scarlett Johansson. "I knew there were many different dramatic directions that we could go, but it was just an introduction to the character as an idea, and it wasn’t until the first ‘Avengers’ that I got to really work on this characterization and develop the depth of this character’s back story in what we wanted to be her truth."
 


"It was really exciting, and it was something I always kind of dreamed of for a long time," Jeremy Renner says about playing a different Hawkeye in this movie as he adopts the Ronin persona. "There were a lot of physical challenges and there were many more emotional challenges in this one than there were in past ones. I think it’s a great way to end this kind of journey thus far for the character where he’s kind of transgressed, grown and formed relationships within the team."
 


Mark Ruffalo, meanwhile, talks about getting the opportunity to play a very different version of Bruce Banner here. "Part of why I became an actor is because it’s always changing and I don’t have to do the same thing over and over again. Luckily Banner has had this crazy kind of trajectory. People grow over the course of ten years, and I think it’s cool that the character has as well."
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