Chris Evans Is Finally Able To Share His Secret Behind-The-Scenes Photos And Videos From 'Avengers: Endgame'

Chris Evans Is Finally Able To Share His Secret Behind-The-Scenes Photos And Videos From 'Avengers: Endgame'
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The spoiler ban on Avengers: Endgame has finally been lifted now that the film has been out for over two weeks.

As such, the cast--who were really bad at following the behind-the-scenes "no phones" rule—are finally able to share some of their fondest memories from filming with us, the fans.


Before we go further, there are spoilers here for anyone who hasn't seen Avengers: Endgame yet (and if you haven't, seriously, what are you waiting for?).

Chris Evans shared a video he'd taken on a day of filming in the battle against Thanos.


And another showing all of the character's set chairs.


And some pretty bad*ss photos, including one with T'Challa.


And an OG pic with the most handsome dudes ever.


HUGE SPOILER ALERT:

With the end of Tony Stark and Steve Rogers' storylines in Endgame, this may be the last pic we ever get of this group of guys.

The pics are getting some nostalgic audience reactions.






Endgame represented the end of 22 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and wrapped up so many's films so completely.

And while fun-the crying was real, across the board.






Marvel has plans to release at least 8 new films by 2022 for "phase 4," the new phase of the universe following the end of Stark and Rogers' storylines.

While we're all sad to say goodbye, we have grown up with these new characters.

And this shall be the next great adventure.

If you want to relive the early years, Marvel released a book set of the first 10 years, available here. As well as a hardcover commemorative book covering all those early films, available here. And you can get the Phase 1 films and the Phase 2 films as complete sets, available here and here.

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