The screenwriters of the project Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame is Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. This duo surely worked hard continuously for movies development. Reports are that even before the final movie also hit theatres, the writers decided on the critical conclusions. To say, they thought of it even before four years of its release. As there was such early lead time for the movie to take full form, different versions of the film tossed along as the time passed. The ideas including entire sequences, characters from the Marvel comics pages and even some plot scenarios. However, these didn’t make their way into the final film

The interview of Screenwriters

Image result for mcfeely avengers
Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely at Avengers Infinity War Premiere

Markus and McFeely, recently spoke in an interview with Vanity Fair. In this interview, they offered some fresh insights into the two movies and their making. They also revealed a few interesting facts about some characters’ development at specific points during the making and the life at Marvel Studios.

Well, among the many developments and drastic changes across the two films, Bruce Banner and The Hulk’s collaborated Smart Hulk is the most noticeable one. The writers also revealed that a significant Comic inspired Doctor Strange location was cut.

Image result for smart hulk
Hulk and Smart hulk

Markus said, “The developments of each character, in other words, alternate versions were like a sidetrack for the main plot”. As a result the scenes are cut occasionally. But to say, these might be interesting and entertaining for the fans though the Thanos plot dilutes.

Banner Fighting Hulk

Image result for smart hulk
Smart Hulk in Avengers Endgame

McFeely went on revealed about the heroes facing their mirror versions fighting one another. The writers cut these scenes from the movie. In the scene, Banner fights Hulk; as a result, both compromises becoming Smart Hulk.

Source: ComicBook

Was this helpful?

Thanks for your feedback!
Explore from around the WEB