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Many Marvel fans were super excited by a particular scene in Avengers: Endgame that heavily featured many of the female cast members.

If you haven't seen Avengers: Endgame yet, there are spoilers ahead, so turn back now!


Avengers: Endgame was released on April 26th, and the internet has been full of talk of the movie since before that.

One scene in particular stood out to a lot of fans:

When every female superhero (except Black Widow) comes together to fight in the final battle of the film.

That kind of show of raw female power is a rare sight in films, and it touched a lot of fans; the women came together to honor a fallen ally and save the day.

Marvel Studios shared an on-set photo to Twitter that has fans feeling those feels all over again.

In the photo, all of the actresses who play the heroes from that iconic scene pose in costume with executive producer Trinh Tran and directors Anthony and Joe Russo.

Fans on Twitter loved the photo.

But many noted that someone important was missing.


Wishing Scarlett Johansson had been in the photo was a pretty common theme in the comments, but she likely wasn't on set that day since she wouldn't have had any scenes to film.

Photos like this are often impromptu snapshots, not something that is planned in advance.






If you're still on the fence about seeing Endgame, take a look at the "special look" trailer.

You won't be able to resist after that.


Marvel Studios' Avengers: Endgame | Special Look www.youtube.com

Avengers: Endgame is still showing in many theaters, so don't miss your chance to see it if you haven't (or see it again if you have)!

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