How Avengers: Endgame “Copied” A Scene For A DC Movie?
Marvel and DC are undoubtedly two of the biggest universes existing right now and they have hardcore loyal fans always looking forward to new content and have stayed updated with every move. In recent developments, one of DC’s fans shared a video on Twitter comparing two scenes – one from Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009) and Avengers: Endgame (2019). And the resemblance is really shocking. Check this out:
@FatalJayShow on Twitter compared two videos and said, “We keep trying to tell yall, that Marvel jacks DC swag, maybe this will convince them”. Marvel and DC fans are always at a war, be it in respect to the story, characters, production, or even merchandise. In this constant war of trying to prove who’s better, Marvel and DC’s spirit are at an all-time high.
Both the universes have an impeccable show business with some major blockbuster movies and a star cast. It’s a festival whenever a new movie, adapted from the comics, is announced from either of the sides. One of the comments on this post also suggests that Marvel has jacked the entire story arc from Zack Snyder since the Civil War.
It can be said that the resemblance is there but some fans say that even though it’s true, but it’s not on purpose. Being in the same genre, it’s possible that some things match, for example, the direction of the movie and there’s a possibility that ideas may clash as well. Even though this video shows Avengers: Endgame sequence to be really similar to Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, fans say that it’s a coincidence and nothing else. But DC fans are having their fair share of fun and mocking the Marvel universe hard. Very often we see both sides blaming each other for copying stories and characters entirely.
The 30 seconds clip shows the rescue of Batman in a pod, after destroying a meteor that was about to hit the Earth, and Tony Stark being rescued by Captain Marvel after the life support systems on Benatar were running out. This back and forth argument of who is better between Marvel and DC’s fanbase is evergreen. It hasn’t stopped in the past and won’t stop in the future too.
Best believe, these two sides will never settle and will continue to quarrel in the near future too.