Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo have finally revealed what happened to Katherine Langford’s role. When the film hit theaters after a year of eagerly waiting, Marvel Cinematic Universe fans couldn’t see Langford in the film, no matter how desperately he looked. The Russo Brothers acknowledged that they had a role and after some careful consideration they cut it out of the final cut.
As it turns out, Katherine Langford was cast as the adult version of Tony Stark’s daughter Morgan Stark in Avengers: Endgame. When it was revealed that the actress had been cast, many believed she might play slightly different roles in the film, including an adult version of Cassie Lang or Kate Bishop. Langford shot his scene, but Ross decided it wasn’t working out in the grand scheme of things. What did Rousseau have to say?
Avengers: Endgame is already confusing enough on its own, so fans didn’t really need another curveball. But, the part of Katherine Langford as Morgan Stark doesn’t seem like it would have been too confusing and could have actually been very poignant. That being said, the Russo Brothers know exactly what they’re getting into when it comes to the MCU. What does Rousseau say?
While the Russo Brothers recently claimed that there wasn’t a lot of footage from Avengers: Endgame, it looks like there may be a decent amount slated for a Blu-ray release. And if there aren’t enough actual scenes, there should be more than enough behind-the-scenes scenes from the movie to throw in as extra material. Hopefully we get an Endgame and Infinity War documentary about how difficult it was to throw these two movies together.
Avengers: Endgame has been accepted by fans of the MCU, which is a great achievement. The film could have easily broken down at times during its three-hour runtime, and for the most part, it certainly remained and proved to be an epic finale for eleven years of storytelling. If that wasn’t enough, the film could become the highest-grossing film of all time. The interview with the Russo Brothers was originally hosted by the Happy Sad Confused podcast.