Avengers: Endgame director reveals his favorite Marvel character

Joe and Anthony Russo took care of such important Marvel movies as Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019).

If the Disney / Fox merger had happened a little earlier, the Russo brothers would have considered bringing some of the X Men to the movie Avengers: Endgame, since it is clear which is one of his favorite Marvel characters:

"I mean, Wolverine was always one of my favorite characters," revealed Joe Russo. Incredible Hulk # 181 was one of the first comics I remember collecting, which was Wolverine's first appearance. Hugh Jackman has done an amazing job with that character over the years, and I think they should take a break a little bit before someone else plays him. "

See Wolverine Reuniting alongside Earth's most powerful heroes in Avengers: Endgame would have been something really special, though it seems Joe Russo believes the character should be absent from the Marvel movies a bit more, especially since the portrayal of Hugh jackman as the mutant was undeniably memorable.

The Russo brothers also explained the Captain America movie they would like to do.

At the end of Avengers: Endgame, Captain America travels through time to return the Infinity Stones. Then she decides to stay with Peggy Carter and live a long and happy life. This is a story that the Russo brothers would like to bring to the big screen.

Joe Russo said: “It would be a great story to tell, without a doubt. I don't know if it needs to be told, but it would be a great story to tell, and we would love to tell it, but I think there are other stories to tell now. ”

They also commented that the phrase "Avengers Assembled" could only be said by Captain America before the battle against Thanos in Avengers: Endgame.

"We really didn't think Thor or Iron Man could say the phrase. We always feel like it should be Captain America's time, and I'm not sure why, but for us, we always thought it would be Steve Rogers' time. ” Joe Russo said.

While Anthony Russo commented: “I never remember a time when we talked about it not being Captain America's time. Cap was always a special guide to us through storytelling because he was the UCM entry point for us. So we certainly look at and trust that character for many of the important parts of the narrative for sure. ”

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