The emotional rollercoaster of losing a glorious star of the Avengers in Avengers: Endgame still stays fresh. Moreover, the loss of MCU’s greatest Avenger, Tony Stark/Iron Man, is an excruciating emotional blow to the world. Commemorating Avengers: Endgame’s first anniversary, the Russo brothers shared a moment from the opening night of the movie.
Quarantine Watch Party week ended on a roaring note
Comicbook.com started its trend of Quarantine Watch Party earlier on Twitter to beat the lockdown’s boredom. As a result of that, the Russo brothers joined the party to celebrate the first year anniversary of Avengers: Endgame. The movie released on April 26 last year to give us the literal shock of our lives. The death of our beloved Iron Man that shook us to the core.
Anyhow, the Russo brothers released a video of the crowd’s madness on the opening night of Avengers: Endgame.
The dialogue of the decade goes to “I am Iron Man.”
“This is the one…”
Here’s one last video from our #Endgame trip down memory lane during this anniversary week…Taken on Joe’s iPhone at the Regency Village Theater at UCLA opening night. Much love to you all. What’s your favorite Iron Man moment from his 10 years in the MCU? pic.twitter.com/mVGQcRxdP9
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) April 29, 2020
The Russo brothers took to Twitter, releasing the video clip shot by Joe Russo during the premiere. Much applause and roar were because of the “I am Iron Man” dialogue that was last heard in Iron Man (2008).
The Russos began,“’ This is the one…’ Here’s one last video from our #Endgame trip down memory lane during this anniversary week…” the Russos began. “Taken on Joe’s iPhone at the Regency Village Theater at UCLA opening night. Much love to you all. What’s your favorite Iron Man moment from his 10 years in the MCU?”
The directors’ perspective from the crowd’s reaction.
Although it’s too much for fans to lose our greatest superhero, the director’s perspective is much different. Avengers: Endgame co-director Joe Russo says, “Captain America and Winter Soldier in Civil War… the essential nature of his conflict is he was created by his country, and what happens when he stops trusting his country? He’s gone from a patriot to an insurgent. That’s as full of an arc as you could possibly give a character.”
For Tony Stark, he also adds,” Tony is essentially an egoist, and what is the essential conflict for an egoist?” Joe Russo added. “Is it about what the egoist wants, or is it about subjugating the ego to what others may want from them? And family is really the most essential way to get to that conflict with Tony.”
Whatever be the argument, Avengers: Endgame reserved its place in the history of epic movies.