Alright, so maybe half of Hollywood will be able to say they were part of the MCU at one point or the other by the time Marvel Studios has completely devised its masterplan on screen. That said, only a large handful got to witness the phenomenon that became Avengers: Endgame on set – including Guardians of the Galaxy’s Sean Gunn, who played double duty as Kraglin and the on-set Rocket.
In celebration of Endgame’s Blu-ray release on Tuesday, CinemaBlend had a chance to sit down with Sean Gunn at his stop at a Best Buy in Torrance for the “We Love You 3000 Tour”. He reminisced about being apart of the movie with these words in our interview:
Oh, to be a fly on the wall of Endgame! Sean Gunn got to be around the big Avengers stars and filmmakers during the shooting of the last two epics by the Russos. As he explained, what sticks with him is seeing the original Avengers talking to newbies such as Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel and seeing them bond over the experience, such as those pesky superhero suits.
Brie Larson found herself in a unique position on the set of Endgame because it was her first time playing Carol Danvers, but it would be her second appearance when it hit theaters. Luckily, it must have been a fun experience to be inducted into the MCU family with Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, Black Widow and such to show her the ropes of the job.
The Captain Marvel writer/directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck had to be given the script of Endgame to make sure it fit the origin story they wanted to tell. It was a strange and unique process, and they got to visit the set as well before shooting Captain Marvel as indie filmmakers who previously worked on Half Nelson and It’s Kind of a Funny Story.
Sean Gunn continued to share the scope of being on set of Endgame. Here’s what he said:
The actor knew full well how rare his moments on Endgame were. Just how often is a decade+ of 22 movies about superheroes going to culminate in a massive battle and funeral filled with talent such as Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Paul Rudd, etc. Probably never. Take a look at Sean Gunn on set during filming with all his star-studded co-stars.
Wild indeed! While Sean Gunn sarcastically quips that he’s definitely “the most famous person here,” everyone in that room was part of history. Not only is Avengers: Endgame the MCU’s most successful film, it's also the highest-grossing movie of all time. Heck, people were lined up at a Best Buy to meet him in an age where digital releases reign, since Endgame is now available to own on Blu-ray!
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