Endgame Co-Star Josh Brolin Over Thanos Battle

The promotional tour of Avengers: Endgame is currently underway and Brie Larson had some words of choice for Thanos actor Josh Brolin at a recent stop. Brolin is currently shooting in Jordan for the filming of Dune with Denis Villeneuve and is not involved in the Endgame press tour although he has warned his co-stars last week posted a photo of the Infinity Gauntlet and told him that he would tell them all their future after their interviews when he would put the glove back in place.

In Avengers: Endgame arrested, Brie Larson was asked if she had scenes with Josh Brolin or if she spoke to him on the set. Marvel Studios is in control of things, and movie actors and actresses struggle to keep developers from going out or saying the wrong thing. However, Brie Larson seems to be doing very well. When asked about Brolin, Larson simply replied, "I do not know, but I think he should be scared," and calmly pose the microphone. A subtle microphone drop.

Robert Downey Jr. was sitting next to Larson when she uttered his remarks and exclaimed, "Yes! All right, he should be!" Brie Larson responded calmly and confidently while RDJ was ecstatic. Larson teases the main battle with Thanos in Avengers: Endgame and plays against the ego and bravado of his character. We've only seen excerpts from Carol Danvers interacting with the Earth's most powerful heroes, but she's confident she can defeat Mad Titan alone.

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Avengers: Endgame will see the survivors re-equip and try to reverse the decimation, which seems easier than it is. It has been a question of traveling back in time in the Quantum Kingdom to recover the Infinity Stones, but we do not know yet how all this will happen. The Russo brothers, screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, and Robert Downey Jr. promise that fans have no idea what will happen when Endgame will be released in theaters in a few weeks. There is a lot of speculation, but does anyone already understand it?

The Russo Brothers and Marvel studios are working hard behind the scenes to make sure nothing runs around Avengers: Final . That said, we know that they are broadcasting 20 minutes of the film in some areas and as the release date approaches, the breakers will be coming out everywhere in a few days. It may be a good idea to move away from some social media sites in the next few weeks to avoid spoiling anything for you. Meanwhile, you can watch Brie Larson intimidate Thanos below, thanks to the Captain Marvel News Twitter account.


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