Here’s what happens when Avengers Infinity War heroes act adorable. Watch video
A blooper of Avengers Infinity War was released in which the cast members of the film can be seen dancing around the sets before performing emotional scenes.hollywood Updated: Jul 31, 2018 20:40 IST
Avengers Infinity War left fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe stunned with its unusual climax. Many fans were heartbroken over the death and disappearance of their favourite characters. To lighten the gloom, the makers of the film have released a blooper video, which will be a part of the Blue Ray print that is set to be released on August 14, and digitally on July 31.
In the video, we see Paul Bettany as Vision and Chris Evans as Captain America’s final few minutes turn hilarious when the two fumble over their dialogues. In fact, Paul asks, ‘How long do I have to stand here and overreact?’
We also see Robert Downey Jr as Iron Man break into a dance in the middle of a battle scene in the beginning of the video when he, along with Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, faces Thanos’s children.
Joe Russo was quoted by ComicBook.com as saying, “It was always a plan to show beyond that because when we made the decision to have the snaps themselves, that’s a plot trick to cut to black after an incident like that happens.And it doesn’t give you any emotional resonance or catharsis. What he said thinking about it realistically; the true heartbreak doesn’t lie in the fact that he snapped his fingers, it lies in the fact that people have to watch loved ones, and we have to watch characters that we care about die. And that’s where the real heartbreak lies for the characters who live in the Universe and for those of us watching the movie.”
We also see Elizabeth Olsen, Scarlett Johansson, Benedict Wong dance as they get ready to shoot some serious sequences. The biggest superhero film also turned out to be one of the biggest money spinners of the year. It has broken many records in India as well.
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First Published: Jul 31, 2018 20:40 IST