The Shocking Death Scene of Captain America in Avengers: Endgame We never knew of
Avengers: Endgame, the concluding chapter in a Marvel superhero saga from Walt Disney Co., toppled James Cameron's Avatar to become the highest-grossing film of all time.
Disney rereleased the film with new footage in late June for a final push as EndGAME closed in on the record. It has now taken in an estimated $2.790.2 billion in theaters worldwide as of Sunday, the company said, ahead of the $2,789.7 billion accumulated by Avatar a decade ago.
Avengers: Endgame had everybody shook when it finally hit cinemas in April. But the people behind the highest-grossing movie of all time* recently revealed that there were plenty more shocks planned that didn't make it to our screens, including a pretty grisly end for Captain America.
While on Earth, Thanos was meant to not only kill 2014 Captain America but decapitate him too, taking his head through the portal to 2023 where he would mic-drop it in front of present-day Captain America.
According to Endgame's rules for time-travel, Thanos killing 2014 Captain America would've had no effect on present-day Captain America. Instead, it would've just set up an alternate reality.
However director duo Anthony and Joe Russo revealed to Entertainment Weekly that they "clung" to the scene in question for a long time and only begrudgingly let it go when they realised that it just wasn't working.
Clip where Russo brothers talk about the scene is given below: