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Avengers: Endgame Secrets Revealed

Directors Joe and Anthony Russo divulge the decisions behind the unforgettable moments in Avengers: Endgame, one of the biggest box office hits ever.
Chris Evans as Captain America in a quantum suit

THE INFINITY GAUNTLET HAS finally granted the Russo brothers the power to speak.

After turning box office records to ash with the first worldwide billion-dollar opening weekend in history ($1.22 billion, to be exact) and a second weekend that pushed Avengers: Endgame over the $2 billion mark globally, directors Joe and Anthony Russo are feeling liberated from the secrecy restrictions they’ve been living under for the past several years.

“Oh my God, it’s such a relief now,” Anthony tells EW in an interview at the Russos’ downtown Los Angeles office two days after the premiere.

“Infinity War was different because nobody really started to chase us for information until about a month before the movie came out,” Joe adds. But because of the Snap cliffhanger at the end of that movie, “it’s been a year of being chased for information.”

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