More than a decade in the making spanning 22 movies, the Russo Brothers had no easy task with Avengers: Endgame. Did they really stick the landing?
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From the success of the MCU also came a fatal flaw that must be addressed before it’s too late.
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Remember the Russo Brothers being hush-hush on spoiling Endgame? Yeah, too late. The marketing department did it for them.