The description of an unreleased scene from Avengers: Endgame comes to light. This is a sequence we didn’t see in the Marvel film.
Marvel has revealed a never-before-seen scene from Avengers: Endgame. Through the new UCM book entitled Watch out for the little guy! (the same one we saw in Ant-Man: Quantumania and written by Scott Lang himself), the character known as Ant-Man describes a conversation with Chris Evans’ Captain America. A sequence in which the legendary Sentinel of Liberty slightly loses his temper. And we never got to see that in the Russo brothers’ great film.
The scene in question takes place during the events of Avengers: Endgame. Shortly after Scott Lang returns from the Quantum Realm and visits the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes compound. Steve Rogers and Natasha Romanoff update Ant-Man. This is something you can see in the film. However, the Marvel Studios book offers some new and previously unseen moments. One of them comes at a point in the conversation where Scott Lang refers to those who were evaporated and turned into dust by Thanos’ snap as “disappeared.”
Defeating Thanos angered Captain America
Captain America soon intervenes and as the book describes the unpublished Avengers: Endgame sequence: “Steve Rogers’ unusual rage brings out the best in him.” He Chris Evans character in Marvel Studios He then makes it very clear to Scott Lang what this is about. “This madman has destroyed half of all life. Not just on Earth, but in the universe.” This emotional Sentinel of Liberty moment was fleeting. Given the magnitude of the defeat for Thanos, it’s hard to blame him for being so angry.
Shortly thereafter, Scott Lang reveals that Steve Rogers is also noticeably frustrated that Doctor Strange’s Time Stone got to Thanos in the first place.. At the time of this conversation, none of the heroes knew that it was part of the Sorcerer Supreme’s plan all along. Avengers: Endgame established that The Gap really took a toll on Steve Rogers. Instead of leading the Avengers or fighting crime, Cap led a support group for those who had lost loved ones. The burden of the weight of the world did him no favors. Needless to say, he spent his time helping others heal, but never himself.