And yet, there was still a LOT more that the Russo brothers were willing to discuss when it comes to their final film in the MCU. Apparently, they were just getting started.
For instance, they also talked about how there was supposed to be a fight scene that never made into the final cut of the movie. It involved fat Thor running into ripped Thor during his and Rocket’s visit to Asgard.
“We did have a sequence where they finally confront each other in Asgard. I can’t remember exactly why we moved off it. I think it got overly complicated, and we liked Cap versus Cap better,” explained the brothers.
“I think there we also deferred to the storyline of Thor and his mother, which was more resonate,” they continued. “That was more part of Thor’s journey and repair than confronting his former self.”
In another recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Joe and his brother Anthony Russo were asked numerous more questions including how it feels now that this chapter of Marvel’s story is over (a complicated mix of emotions), what was it like shooting Robert Downey Jr.’s last scenes (a sense of coming full circle), their reaction to the record-breaking box office (it’s reflective of the audience’s appreciation), and much more.
However, the one question that many of us asked once the movie was finished had to with the God of Mischief that’ve come to know and love.
Since Loki vanishes with the Tesseract, could he still be alive in the new timeline or would Cap returning the stones undo that?
AR: Loki could absolutely still be alive in an alternate timeline.
That’s all we wanted to hear.
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