Kevin Feige’s alternate final pitch killed not only Iron Man and Black Widow, but all 6 OG, read on for the crazy details

Avengers: Endgame released in 2019 and took the world by storm (Photo: Avengers: Endgame poster)

Over the past couple of years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has expanded significantly. The studio, according to a new line-up reveal, has returned to form a storyline that leads into the Avengers saga, where Earth’s Mightiest Heroes unite to defeat some big threats. But OG will always remain supreme, and no one can imagine that it can match the frenzy and euphoria that followed Avengers: Endgame in 2019. But if we tell you that Kevin Feige had a destructive idea that would destroy you then?

Well, Avengers: Endgame was the culmination of over 20 movies in the MCU timeline that led to this big war, with Thanos back to bring order to the world and the saviors of the world left with a job to stop him. For this, the Avengers united, and we lost Natasha Romanoff, known as Black Widow, and Tony Stark, known as Iron Man.

But what if we told you that Marvel boss Kevin Feige initially pitched a pitch that would have killed all 6 OGs in Avengers: Endgame? Yes, you got it very right. The president of Marvel had an idea to do it, but he stopped after the Russos disagreed with him. Read on to find out everything you need about the same.

“There were a lot of rumors about who would die,” Joe Russo said according to the comics. “At some point, Kevin really pitched, removing all OG from the board. We thought it was too aggressive and that the audience would not be able to accept it. And that, in fact, choosing one or two characters to be sacrificed throughout the film can give you moments throughout the film where the action can stop and you can experience an emotional catharsis and then continue with the story.”

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Although it was a crazy move. But now the world is moving forward and we’re gearing up for Avengers: The Kahn Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars. Speaking to the same portal about how he’ll get to them, Kevin Feige recently said, “We don’t want everything to feel the same. This way, some tags will connect and some won’t. Some films and shows will be linked; some of them won’t. I think it’s just as important that we have separate introductory stories like Ms. Marvel or Moon Knight in addition to things that are interconnected and build on the larger story.”

Kevin Feige added: “A lot of what we’ve been doing has been built on this larger story, obviously with the Kang Dynasty and the Multiverse Saga, and now I think people will hopefully join us. And where you are on the express train to the finale, and when it’s fun, as was the case in many of our Phase 1, 2 and 3 films.”

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