Tomorrow in the UK Avengers: Endgame is released and while I’m really excited, I’m also a bit sad over it as well. This will be the last movie with the original Avengers playing a major roles in the MCU. I’ll probably end up shedding a tear or two, got to love pregnancy hormones (although my husband would argue that I’d cry either way).
I love what the MCU and Disney have been able to achieve in the last 11 years. Who would of thought that when Iron Man was released in 2008 it would lead to 22 films, all with an interwoven plot leading to the final Endgame. You got to admit it’s pretty impressive. No other film series had been to achieve this, and with it they’ve pulled lesser known heroes into the spotlight, such as Black Panther and Guardians of the Galaxy. Giving us fans of the comics even more great stories and those who aren’t, a chance to fall in love with the characters.
Also for me who grew up loving Marvel comics and cartoons, being able to enjoy the films as a young adult has been great. And having these films, to be able to watch with my kids when they’re older is something I’m really looking forward to.