It took more than a breeze, but the Russos have been officially finalized Avenger: Endgame last but not least.

The culmination of so much storytelling in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a decade in the making. It is understandably quite a process that completes all the necessary work.

On Friday (March 8), the filmmaking brothers announced on Twitter that they had officially "blocked" the sequel, meaning they are now ready to be delivered to theaters.

Unfortunately, it looks like they need to close the sundaer bar that they have built into their editing suite. We can not muster much compassion since they've seen it Avenger: Endgame several times while the rest of us have to wait over a month.

Technically, it's been almost a year since Avenger: Infinity War traumatized viewers with Thanos & # 39; finger snap, but a lot has happened in that short time.

Steve Rogers / Captain America in Avengers: Endgame trailer

Marvel Studios

While it initially appeared as if the Russos had completed their filming last autumn with the most impressive cast of Marvel history, the news soon spread that many of them would be recalled for further pickups.

These new recordings took place in January, only four months before publication! Soon Chris Hemsworth hopped on a transatlantic flight with his Men in black Co-star Tessa Thompson to split the time between the two films.

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Reshoots from there packed pretty quickly. We're keeping our fingers crossed for a great ending to this first decade of the MCU.

Avenger: Endgame will be released on April 26, 2019 in the UK and US.

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