Actress Katherine Langford, who has risen to fame for playing Hannah Baker on Netflix's Thirteen Reasons, talks about her deleted scene from Avengers: Endgame.
Attention SPOILERS. A few months before it was released Avengers: Endgame They returned to filming to do some scenes related to the ending. Since it was a bit simple for them, that's why they changed the moment in which Iron Man / Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) He said "And I am … Iron Man" just before using the Infinity Stones and defeating Thanos, something that cost him his life. In the initial shoot, he did not say anything, so they repeated the scene to make it more emotional.
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But they were also going to include a moment in Avengers: Endgame in which Tony Stark met with his daughter Morgan stark as an adult in the world of Soul Gem, something similar to what happened to Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War with the young woman Gamora. The actress who gave life to Morgan stark on that occasion it was Katherine Langford. But in the final cut they decided to remove all of that, as the directors thought it could confuse viewers.
How Avengers: Endgame has become the highest grossing film in history, Katherine Langford if he had any resentment that his scene was removed.
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This is how he justifies his removal from the film:
"People say, 'Oh, are you upset?' And I say: Whatever is best for the movie. Because at the end of the day, I'd rather have had the experience of being in a really good movie than being in a movie for the sake of being in it if it doesn't work out. You don't want to be on something and then be the sore thumb sticking out. And I didn't feel that way at all and the Russo brothers didn't feel that way at all. "
“But, you know, we made this scene very sentimental and something that was really beautiful and a gift for the fans, I think, that's why they had it included and then why they essentially released it on the Blu-ray version of Avengers: Endgame, it's because for the fans who really love Marvel. It was an extra soft and delicious little thing for them to digest. But, you know, it's the end of the movie and it really didn't make sense, and they texted me and I talked to other people and I was like, 'Yeah, honestly… what's best for the movie at the end of the day? ”.
“I'm glad that the people who wanted to see it and actually asked to see it, saw it. And for me, yes, being in that kind of movie like Avengers: Endgame, the experience is great, that's the main lesson of being able to do that. "
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