There were a lot of interesting sequences in Avengers: Endgame. And, is the reason why it is getting closer and closer to the dream of becoming the highest grossing film of all-time. But, one sequence caught the eyes of many and was also listed by many as one of the best sequences of the film. Yes, we are talking about the ‘Women of Marvel’ sequence, in which we saw all the female superheroes coming together to help Captain Marvel getting away with the Infinity Gauntlet. But, now it has been revealed by WETA visual effects supervisor, Matt Aiken in an interview that they did add a hero digitally in that sequence.
We all remember that A-Force scene and right at the starting of that sequence. It was Spider-Man who gave the Infinity Gauntlet to Captain Marvel. After which we saw Captain Marvel getting away with it and having the support of all women superheroes with her. In A-Force we saw Gamora, Captain Marvel, Wasp, Shuri, Rescue, and many more. But, it was Spider-Man, who wasn’t present on the sets while this scene was filming. And, Aiken has said in an interview to CinemaBlend that,
“The only person who wasn’t able to be there on that day was Tom Holland, and Spidey has to hand the Gauntlet off to Captain Marvel at the start of that shot, so we had a stand-in for Spidey and we ended up filming him with a kind of faux-motion control rig a couple of weeks later when Tom Holland became available, and we tracked him into that shot and popped him in.”
Well, Aiken does speak about a lot of things about the film. As he went on to talk about the army of Thanos. Because there has been a lot of questions about the creatures in his army. And, Aiken has talked about them, as he said,
“There’s the Sakaarans, and I think we see them first in Guardians 1, on Morag. They’re kind of the ground troops who were trying to stop Quill when he grabs the Power Stone and escapes from Morag. So they’re there. We’ve got the Outriders. The majority of the Outriders this time have actually got two legs and six arms, so they’re actually eight-limbed creatures. There were a few of those in the Battle of Wakanda in Infinity War in the ILM sequences there, but in terms of upping the ante, most of them were the eight-limbed variety for Endgame. There are the Chitauri and their chariots, of course, from the Battle of New York from The Avengers.”
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