Just a few days left for the palatial release of the next Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame. Fans are getting more and more eager to know the climax of the much-anticipated movie.
The forthcoming Marvel movie is going to be released on April 26, 2019. Paul Rudd who plays the character of Ant-Man has just spoiled the movie with some clues. It looks like Paul Rudd is just as ardent as all of the fans are to get the spoiler ahead of its release. Paul also got tired of all the speculations and wild guesses related to the spoilers of the movie.
So he decided to have a talk with the Russo brothers.
The Funny Spoiler.
The Ant-Man actor set up a hidden camera in a room just before a meeting with Joe and Anthony Russo. In a hilarious new joke clip posted by Paul, revealing he wants to get the answers out of them once and for all.
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) April 20, 2019
“Guys, I have a meeting with Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of Endgame,” he explained to fans. “I’m so sick of these secrets, I’m going to try and find out what the story is. I’m so sick of this secretive hush-hush nonsense!”
“RUUUUUDDDDD!!!,” reads a tweet shared by the Russo brothers’ Twitter account when sharing the skit.
“I tell you what I want, I wanna know whether I live or die in Endgame,” he asks. The Russos being smarter deferred him by saying,” It will be revealed in the release itself.” Paul tries again a bit later by asking: “Who in general, who lives or dies?” – though the pair note that he’s already seen the script.
Later on, it was revealed that the actor was just pulling the legs of the Marvel fans along the directors. The whole conversation turned out to be a hoax. This particular gag is a throwback jab to when Mark Ruffalo.
He’s been known to say a bit too much about the Marvel movies. He accidentally live-streamed the sound of the first 20 minutes of “Thor: Ragnarok” on his Instagram from the premiere. It wouldn’t be surprising if Ruffalo posts some kind of response to this video in the near future.
Russo Brother’s The Share-As-Little-As-Possible Policy.
“So it’s very hard not to talk about this stuff because you live with it for so long and you live with it so deeply. We have developed a process where you take the pressure off of people by letting them know less.
It’s less responsibility they have to edit themselves, so we’ve developed an elaborate process by which we try to only let people know what they absolutely need to know. And it makes a little bit easier for them to edit themselves,” said Anthony Russo during Infinity War screening in December last year.
We are left with a finite day to speculate who lives or who dies at the end of Endgame. Iron Man actor Robert Downey Jr has set the bar high for the final moments of the movie too.
“The last eight minutes of that movie is maybe the best eight minutes in the entire history of the whole run of them, in a way, because everyone’s involved,” he teased.