AVENGERS: ENDGAME Foreign Voiceover Actor Talks Rocket's Story Arc And Drops A Vague Major SPOILER

AVENGERS: ENDGAME Foreign Voiceover Actor Talks Rocket's Story Arc And Drops A Vague Major <font color=red>SPOILER</font>

Actor Sergio Zurita voices Rocket Raccoon in one of the foreign dubs of Avengers: Endgame, and he's now shed some VERY spoilery details about what we should expect from the Marvel Studios movie...

Marvel Studios has done a great job of keeping Avengers: Endgame's biggest secrets under wraps, but one of the actors working on the foreign dubs of the movie clearly didn't get the memo. 

Recently, Sergio Zurita dropped a major spoiler when he confirmed that a key character does indeed die, and while he didn't go so far as to identify them, it means we should now brace ourselves to say goodbye to at least one fan-favourite. "I can tell you that the movie takes you from laughter to tears. A key character dies . I can not say more, it's more, I do not know if I already said more."

While it's hard to imagine the God of Thunder being killed off after the success of Thor: Ragnarok, Zurita added that "There are irreversible things. Very interesting, very interesting what happens with Thor." He also teased Rocket having a dialogue scene with an unexpected character. 

Speaking of that beloved raccoon, the actor concluded by shedding some light on his story arc: "The movie looks intense, good. Rocket is in another state of mind. Rocket is always angry and throwing a bullet and now Rocket is brooding. Moreover, there is a time when Rocket is so sad that he does not care to be told in certain ways that it bothers him that they always tell him."

There's definitely a lot to digest here and it's hard not to wonder about who that "key character" will be, not to mention the many other surprises we know Marvel Studios has in store for us.

Hit the "View List" button below to hear from some
key cast members about Avengers: Endgame!

Josh Brolin (Thanos)

On His Reaction To Infinity War's Ending:

I'm at the premiere, watching the movie. Everybody starts disintegrating. I go, 'What the f**k?' I look over at Hemsworth and he does a cutthroat motion, like, 'You're going to be the most hated person on this planet.'

On What "Sort Of Farmer" Thanos Will Be In Endgame:

Corn. Corn, for sure. The Second movie is more about corn than anything. Ultimately like beans, but it starts with corn.

On What He Knows About The Sequel:

You don't know what the movie's about. I don't f***in' know what the movie's about! It may just be him Colonel Kurtzing it, watching the corn grow. 

Karen Gillan (Nebula)

On When She Learned She Would Survive The Snap:

I probably found out quite early on - before the shooting of the first, maybe, because of scheduling stuff. I was really excited. I definitely want Nebula to have the cathartic experience she deserves with her father.

On How She Would Feel If This Was Her Last Time Playing Nebula:

I think I would be really sad to say goodbye. I've loved her from the moment I auditioned for her. She's evolved from a villain to someone we've developed empathy towards. I think she's going to be a character we're all rooting for. 

On Her Last Day:

My last day was two weeks ago. They keep doing reshoots. We call it 'The Infinity Movie.' It just never ends. I think we're going to be at the premiere and they're going to be playing it and we'll act the last scene live, because they won't have finished it.

Paul Rudd (Ant-Man)

On What He Can Say About Endgame:

Nothing! I can say nothing.

On What It Was Like To Be In An Avengers Movie:

It's exciting to be part of the thing, to be a part of something that so many people are interested in and see. It's compounded by the surreal vibe of the whole thing. I am a part of something that I have watched as a fan. The only thing I've ever experienced that is even somewhat comparable is working on Friends in season 9 where this thing was a juggernaut. Then I show up and I'm a very small part of it. Now it's the same thing - I'm a very small part, but existing in something huge. It's very exciting. 

Danai Gurira (Okoye)

On When She Learned About Her MCU Future:

It was during Black Panther we were approached about Infinity War. That's when I realised I was part of this amazing universe, beyond the world we created in Wakanda. 

On Being Part Of Infinity War's Final Battle:

It's pretty incredible storytelling to end a major movie with all the characters in that way. It was intense. 

On What She Can Say About Endgame:

It's going to be astounding. It's going to be an unprecedented cinematic event. You're not going to be ready. That's what I can tell you. 

Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow)

On Whether She's Seen Anything From Endgame:

I have. From what I can tell, what's foremost in the [Russo] Brother' minds is really delivering something that is a poetic and beautiful Valentine to a decade of madness. 

On What She Can Say About Black Widow's Role:

Nat is a very pragmatic person. She's looking for answers. She was trained, and born and bred to finish the job. When we find her, she's f***ing pissed off. The one thing we know about Natasha is that she's going to hunker down and she's going to get those mother[frick]ers. That's her MO. 

On Infinity War's Shocking Ending:

It just shook me. There was a lot of stuff I had not been able to see, and to see it all, the majesty of it, it's so epic. It really felt almost Biblical in a way. 



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