Avengers: Endgame is a 2019 superhero film, based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. It is a sequel to The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Avengers: Infinity War and a crossover/sequel to Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel. The film is the twenty-second installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the final installment of the Infinity Saga, as well as the tenth installment of Phase Three. It was released in the United States on April 26, 2019.
The film is directed by Joe Russo and Anthony Russo, and stars Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man, Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton/Hawkeye, Don Cheadle as James Rhodes/War Machine, Paul Rudd as Scott Lang/Ant-Man, Brie Larson as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, Karen Gillan as Nebula, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon and Josh Brolin as Thanos.
The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers ranks compels the remaining Avengers to take one final stand in Marvel Studios' grand conclusion to twenty-two films, Avengers: Endgame.
Clint Barton, while under house arrest, trains his daughter Lila in archery at his homestead. Under his tutelage, she scores a bullseye and he congratulates her on her efforts. Nearby, Laura prepares a picnic while their two sons, Nathaniel and Cooper, play catch. Clint turns his attention away from Lila for a moment to respond to his wife, but when returns that attention back to Lila, she is gone. Surprised but visibly startled, he calls out to his family, but they too have vanished; victims of the Decimation.
Three weeks after the Decimation, Tony Stark and Nebula are adrift in space aboard the Benatar. Nearly depleted of supplies, Stark uses the helmet from the Iron Man Armor: Mark L to chronicle their possible final moments to Pepper Potts before falling asleep. Nebula, having developed an unlikely friendship with Stark during their journey, places him in the pilot's seat and retreats into the corridors of the ship. Tony's sleep is disturbed by the arrival of Captain Marvel, who carries the ship back to the Avengers Headquarters on Earth. Stark is reunited with Potts and the remaining Avengers who survived, including Natasha Romanoff, Bruce Banner, James Rhodes and Steve Rogers. Stark tells Rogers that he lost Spider-Man upon seeing him. Rocket Raccoon sees Nebula alone and realizes that all his friends are also gone. The two sit together and hold hands in silent grief.
In the New Avengers Facility, Rogers asks Stark if he has any clues as to where Thanos may be, to which Stark erupts into a furious tirade stemming from unresolved issues between the two due to their civil war, telling him that if they had stood together, instead of apart then they may have been able to defeat Thanos. After this outburst, he faints, exhausted and emaciated from his trip through space. Stark is given a sedative that will put him out for a day.
Returning to the topic on trying to find Thanos, Danvers says she will reach out to her contacts on other planets. Nebula says there is no need because she knows where Thanos is, referencing "The Garden" that Thanos had planned to retreat to after achieving his goal. Based on her information, Rocket pulls up a 3-D diagram of its location and states that when Thanos used the stones on Earth, it let out a large burst of energy. The same signature, he states, appeared two days ago on a planet. With this new clue, the Avengers set out to confront Thanos to retrieve the Infinity Stones in hopes of bringing half the universe's population back, while Stark is left behind in the infirmary. Thor, blaming himself for what happened as he ignored his chance to kill Thanos before he unleashed the Decimation, leads the team on their mission determined to make up for his mistake.
Tracking the signal to Thanos' farm on the Garden, Danvers first heads onto the planet to scout the planet. She finds that no defenses exist and that Thanos is alone and unguarded.
In his simple house, Thanos goes about his daily routine however he is now seen to have been afflicted with horrific burns. Suddenly the Avengers burst into the house, quickly pin an already weakened Thanos down after which Thor severs Thanos' left arm and Gauntlet completely with Stormbreaker. To the Avengers' surprise, Thanos' gauntlet does not contain any of the Stones.
Under interrogation, Thanos explains that the Stones would offer "nothing but a temptation," should he keep them. He explains that after completing his goal, the Stones had served their purpose and thus why he used them to destroy themselves so that what he did could never be reversed. The Avengers accuse him of lying, to which Nebula responds that while her father is many things, he is not a liar. Thanos thanks his "daughter" for believing him. Enraged, Thor swiftly decapitates Thanos, killing the Mad Titan. When Rocket asks what he has done, Thor replies that this time, he "went for the head"; referencing Thanos's scornful remark on his failure to defeat him in Infinity War. The Avengers are forced to accept that there is no way to bring back those who were lost.
Five years have passed and Earth's remaining population has attempted to persevere against catastrophic losses. The scope of the losses has traumatized the world and has stagnated much of their progress. Rogers now runs a support group for the citizens of New York who are trying to cope with surviving The Decimation and their losses. Tony is revealed to be living in a simple cabin with Pepper and their young daughter Morgan and now feels a sense of peace despite the weight of what happened five years earlier.
In a U-STORE-It Self-Storage facility in San Francisco, Scott Lang escapes the Quantum Realm after a rat haphazardly activates the Quantum Tunnel in Luis' Van. Disoriented and confused, Lang (who believes he was only gone for five hours) wanders the desolation of the city following the Decimation. Realizing something terrible must have happened, he comes across the Wall of the Vanished, a memorial site for listing the names of those lost in the Decimation. He frantically scans the names, hoping that he doesn't find his daughter's. Relief gives way to bewilderment as he doesn't find her name, but instead his own name. Arriving at Cassie's home, he is shocked when he is greeted by daughter, now a teenager, and the two reunite in a tearful, joyful reunion and hug. After realizing that Hope van Dyne, Hank Pym, and Janet van Dyne were among the vanished, Scott travels to the New Avengers Facility in New York.
At the New Avengers Facility, Romanoff is concluding a meeting with her allies, which include Nebula, Okoye, Danvers, Rhodes, and Rocket, regarding the continued repercussions of The Decimation throughout the universe. Following dismissal, Rhodes remains behind to give a status update regarding his teammate and her friend, Clint Barton who has been a vigilante in Mexico. Rhodes suspects Barton is responsible for the deaths of multiple cartel members, which upsets Romanoff. Despite his apprehension, Romanoff pleads with Rhodes to continue tracking the rogue Barton. Rogers enters the room and the two consul each other, admitting that while they've now devoted their lives to helping others move on from what happened neither of them ever can. The gloomy mood is interrupted when Lang arrives on the compound. While initially skeptical, the two realize that Lang is indeed alive and welcome him into the facility. Upon arrival, he is greeted by Romanoff and Rogers, his idol, and the three begin discussing the means of his survival where Lang explains his own experience in the Quantum Realm and how they might use it to undo the events of the Decimation. The trio, with limited knowledge about the Quantum Realm, then seek out Stark.
At his lakeside home, Stark is enjoying quality time with his daughter when the Avengers, consisting only of Rogers, Natasha, and Lang, arrive. Stark immediately understands the nature of their visit, but obliges their inquiry. When Lang proposes the idea of a "Time Heist", Stark quickly criticizes the idea, fearing that altering the past could erase their very existence as it stands. Stark just wants to put the past behind him and tells them he's finished with the Avengers. In response, Rogers, Romanoff, and Lang leave and meet with Bruce Banner at a restaurant. After the Decimation, and both Hulk's and Banner's defeat at the hands of Thanos, Banner restarted his research into Gamma Radiation and used it to morph his body to have the appearance and strength of the Hulk while retaining the intelligence and control of Banner. Despite his meager knowledge of quantum physics, claiming it was "outside of his expertise", Banner agrees to help them experiment with the idea.
As Tony wanders around his house, he comes across a picture of himself and Peter Parker and uses F.R.I.D.A.Y. to run different possible configurations for time travel in the Quantum Realm. Despite hoping that he would fail, he discovers the key to it, solving how to navigate the time-travel stream using an inverted Möbius strip model. After having done so, he discusses with Pepper about the morality of time travel and about what he should do with his latest discovery: whether he should lock it up in a box and throw it into the bottom of the lake or not. He feels that he and Pepper were lucky that they were both spared and now have made an amazing life together, but he can't deny that everyone around them has suffered unimaginable horrors and should be helped. Pepper encourages him to do what is right.
At the New Avengers Facility, Banner, Rogers, and Romanoff run an experiment with time travel by trying to send Lang back in time. It only works to the point that they send Scott's body back in time, turning him into a child, then an old man, and finally a baby before only just managing to restore him to normal. Rogers contemplates outside of the building about what to do next. Stark, having a change of heart, shows up then to extend his help and asks if the "whole team" are getting back together. Rogers tell him they're still working on gathering everyone who's available together. Tony tells Rogers that he's agreeing to help on the condition that trying to reverse what Thanos did won't reset what has happened since, as he doesn't want to lose his daughter. Rogers agrees that's how it should be. The two men finally put their differences behind them, and Stark returns Rogers' shield to him.
Banner and Rocket head to New Asgard in Tønsberg, Norway which is now home to the few Asgardians who are left. They meet up with Valkyrie, who tells them Thor is not doing well. Thor is revealed to have sunk into a depression following his failures; he has gained considerable weight, become an alcoholic, and spends much of his time playing video games, notably Fortnite, with Korg and Miek. Although Thor tries to put on a carefree attitude, he nearly breaks down upon Thanos' name being mentioned. However, Banner and Rocket convince Thor to help them in time-traveling back in the past to find the Infinity Stones by offering him beer.
Meanwhile in Tokyo, Barton is tracking a group of Japanese Yakuza members and dispatches them one by one, including their boss, Akihiko. Also present on the scene is Romanoff who approaches Barton in an attempt to recruit him and help her friend. With renewed hope, Barton returns to the Avenger's headquarters with Romanoff.
At the Avengers Facility, Banner and Stark have completed construction of their own Quantum Tunnel and Advanced Tech Suits and are preparing for tests. Believing himself to be expendable, Barton volunteers for the first time travel test and is transported to a time period on his farm before the Decimation. With disbelief and hope, he calls out to his daughter but is brought back to the present before she sees him. With the test proven a success, the Avengers proceed with the next phase of preparation which is to determine the location of each Infinity Stone in the past. While the team discusses strategy, Rhodes argues the suggestion of travelling back in time to kill 'Baby Thanos' to which Banner explains that altering events in the past will not alter the present but will instead create an alternate universe; leaving the only feasible course of action of acquiring the Infinity Stones to restore everyone in the present time. This presents a challenge as they possess a scarce supply of Pym Particles to operate with and no means of replenishing them with Hank Pym, the creator, being one of the causalities of the Decimation, effectively limiting their travel to a few trips.
As the team discuss their past encounters with the Infinity Stones, they manage to recall the placement of each Infinity Stone in time. Fortunately, they realize the Time, Space, and Mind Stones were all present in 2012 New York City, in relatively close proximity with each other, following the Battle of New York. However, the other three Stones were only accessible to them in entirely different places and times, with the Reality Stone being present on Asgard in 2013, and the Soul and Power Stones being present in 2014 on Vormir and Morag respectively. Though their supply of Pym Particles allows for one round-trip each, with their targets located, the Avengers split into three separate teams: Thor and Rocket to Asgard, Nebula and War Machine to Morag, Romanoff and Barton to Vormir; and Rogers, Stark, Banner, and Lang to New York.
In 2012 New York City, the team of Banner, Lang, Rogers, and Stark review their mission objectives and disperse. Banner encounters the Ancient One, but fails to persuade her of his predicament. The Ancient One educates Banner on the effects the Infinity Stones have on reality and possible ramifications that may result from the loss of just one. Though Banner makes a compelling argument, ultimately he convinces her when he reveals that Stephen Strange willingly relinquished it to Thanos, realizing his actions was part of a bigger plan. The Ancient One loans Banner the Time Stone and he promises to return it and the others once they've finished with them before departing for the Quantum Realm to rendezvous with the other Avengers.
Meanwhile, Stark and Lang infiltrate Stark Tower as Loki is being taken into custody. Realizing that their present situation presents no opportunity to steal the Tesseract, Lang plants himself onto Stark's 2012 counterpart whom is transporting the Tesseract along with S.H.I.E.L.D. agents and the past Avengers. Meanwhile, Stark departs in the Iron Man Armor: Mark LXXXV. In the lobby area, Scott causes a distraction by interfering with 2012 Stark's Arc Reactor, allowing the present Stark to secure the Tesseract. However, as Stark attempts to exit the area, 2012 Hulk bursts into the lobby from the stairwell, and causing Stark to drop the Tesseract. In the confusion, Loki manages to retrieve the Tesseract and use its power to escape.
Elsewhere in the tower, Rogers is engaged in retrieving Loki's Scepter. Along the way, he encounters Brock Rumlow, Jasper Sitwell, Jack Rollins and other agents of HYDRA riding an elevator. Rogers presents the ruse that he has been ordered to take the Scepter, drawing suspicion from Rumlow and Sitwell. But, making uses of his future insight, Rogers persuaded them by pretending to be a HYDRA agent himself. Rogers, however, encounters another obstacle in the form of his 2012 counterpart, who has mistaken him for Loki in disguise. The two fight, and are evenly matched but using his future insight by revealing Bucky’s fate, Rogers manages to subdue his 2012 counterpart with the Scepter.
The team of Lang, Rogers, and Stark regroup as Stark and Lang admit they botched their mission and there's no way to find the Tesseract now. However Tony gets an idea on how they could acquire both the Tesseract and more Pym Particles. Scott is given the Scepter to return to the present, while Stark and Rogers travel to Camp Lehigh in 1970.
Thor and Rocket, having been able to locate Jane Foster on Asgard, set out to use a device to extract the Aether from her body. Thor, however, gets distracted at seeing his mother, knowing that she will die later that day. He manages to spend some extra time with her and she realizes he is from the future and has suffered. She gives him some encouragement and is ready to meet her fate even if it is just around the corner. Upon Rocket retrieving the Reality Stone and escaping Asgardian guards, Thor's talk with his mother gets interrupted, but he takes the chance to reclaim Mjølnir before he and Rocket return to the present.
Rhodes and Nebula are dropped off on Morag and watch Star-Lord infiltrate the temple holding the Power Stone, both of them remarking on what a carefree idiot Quill is before knocking him out. However, aboard the Sanctuary II, Thanos plans his retrieval of the Power Stone with Gamora and Nebula when suddenly the two Nebula's systems start interfacing with each other. Although present Nebula is unaware, past Nebula sees what her future self is seeing. Thanos has his daughter examined and sees images of his success from the future. Past Nebula swears her loyalty to her father, and Thanos decides to use her to achieve his aims quicker than he ever thought. The retrieval of the Power Stone goes off without a hitch, but when Rhodes travels back to the present time, a malfunctioning Nebula is left to be found by Thanos and her past self, who uses Nebula's time-traveling device to travel forward in time and impersonate her future self.
Romanoff and Barton are greeted on Vormir by Red Skull. Once they are informed of the sacrifice they have to make, the two are ready to sacrifice themselves for the other. The two fight as they each try to throw themselves off the building, and although Hawkeye makes the jump Romanoff saves him and ends up hanging by his hand. She convinces him to let her go, as there's no way to save her now, and she falls to her death. A devastated Barton claims the Soul Stone and returns to the present without Romanoff.
In 1970, Rogers and Stark split up to respectively locate the Pym Particles and find the Tesseract. Before they meet up together again, Rogers sees Peggy Carter while Stark runs into Howard Stark. After a long conversation, the younger Stark sees his father in a new light and, now a father himself, understands what he went through raising him. He manages to indirectly thank Howard for everything while maintaining his hidden identity before returning to the present with Rogers.
The team returns to the New Avengers Facility in 2023 with all six Infinity Stones. They immediately notice the absence of Romanoff, and are informed by Barton of her fate. The remaining Avengers take a moment to mourn her death before proceeding with their plan to use the Stones. Stark, with help from Banner and Rocket, created a Iron Gauntlet to harness the stones, but the question of who should use it. Thor insists upon being the one to wield it, claiming to be the strongest, but the others argue that using the gauntlet at full power channels more power than he's capable of safely handling; being reminded how Thanos barely survived using it. Ultimately, it's Banner, who theorizes that his unique physiology should enable him to safely use the device, being that the majority of the energy being harnessed is gamma radiation. Banner puts the gauntlet on and it causes him intense pain as the energy from the stones surges through him, but eventually, he manages to snap his fingers. Banner suffers major damage to his right arm and shoulder but believes he was successful in restoring the universe's population. This is proven true when Laura calls Clint on the phone.
Meanwhile, 2014 Nebula activates the Quantum Tunnel to allow passage for Thanos and his army to travel to the present day. After destroying the facility with the Sanctuary II's weapons, he unleashes his army of Chitauri, Outriders and more which are being led by Proxima Midnight, Ebony Maw, Corvus Glaive, and Cull Obsidian. Aboard the Sanctuary II, Gamora asks the future Nebula what happened between them. Nebula admits that she was determined to kill Gamora at one point, but the two eventually formed a bond as sisters and as friends. Ultimately, Gamora is convinced to turn on Thanos and frees Nebula.
In the rubble, the Avengers are separated, with Thor, Rogers, and Stark resolving to stop Thanos. Barton finds the Gauntlet, and fights to keep the Outriders from taking it before past Nebula arrives and tricks him into handing over the gauntlet. Before past Nebula can leave, Gamora and the future Nebula intercept her. Although they attempt to convince her to leave Thanos, she refuses, and Nebula is forced to kill her past self.
Thanos easily defeats Thor, Rogers, and Stark after they confront him. Thanos admits that their actions have proven to him that his plan to wipe out half the universe was flawed, as the survivors were too busy dwelling on what was lost and trying to reverse it to make the most of the 'opportunity' they were given. Instead, Thanos now intends to wipe out all life in the universe and then rebuild it in his own image, with no one having any knowledge about what came before. During the struggle, Thanos manages to pin Thor down and prepares to kill him with Stormbreaker when suddenly Rogers summons Mjølnir and uses it against the Mad Titan. Despite a valiant effort, Thanos subdues Rogers as the Black Order descends from their ship with their army. But even with his shield broken and Mjølnir out of reach, a battle-weary Rogers prepares to make his last stand when reinforcements arrive as Sling Ring portals open, transporting the previously resurrected heroes, including Falcon, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Shuri, Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Drax, Groot, Wasp, Star-Lord, Mantis and Winter Soldier. Pepper Potts joins the fight in her own armored suit along with Valkyrie, Okoye, Korg and Miek. They lead the forces of the Masters of the Mystic Arts, Dora Milaje, the Wakandan Army, Ravagers, and Asgardians in the Battle of Earth.
In the midst of the battle, the newly assembled Avengers manage keep the Gauntlet away from Thanos and his forces with objective of sending the Infinity Stones back to their proper time. However, with the Avengers Quantum Tunnel being destroyed along with the Avengers' facility, their alternative is to use the one housed in Luis' van, which is behind enemy lines. The Avengers' forces manage to gain the upper hand, and even restrain Thanos, momentarily until he orders the Sanctuary II to fire upon the battlefield. As artillery fire rains down on both forces, Danvers finally arrives, destroying the Sanctuary II, and pushes back the enemy forces.
The Avengers continue to trade possession of the Infinity Gauntlet among each other, all the while evading Thanos as they proceed towards the van. Just within reach of their goal, Thanos destroys the Quantum Tunnel device and secures the gauntlet for himself. Strange reminds Stark of their earlier discussion as the Avengers swarm Thanos, who's attempting to activate the Infinity Stones. With the last Avenger defeated, Stark leaps at Thanos and tussles with him before being thrown off. The Mad Titan revels in his supposed victory before snapping his fingers, but nothing happens. Thanos realizes the Infinity Stones are missing, as his attention turns to Stark who is now in possession of the stones with his nanotech suit constructing a new gauntlet around them. Stark retorts his nemesis' previous statement, declaring I... am... Iron Man," before snapping his fingers. Thanos witnesses his entire army turn to dust, and accepts defeat before he himself finally crumbles in the wind.
Stark collapses from the wounds he sustained from using the Infinity Stones. After sharing brief and silent goodbyes with Rhodes and Parker, he is comforted by Pepper who assures him she and Morgan will be all right.
With the universe restored, the heroes reunite with their families and friends. Tony's funeral is held outside his home, where a goodbye message he recorded the night before the Avengers traveled through time, finishing with the hologram of him walking right up to his daughter, Morgan, and saying that he "loves her 3000", echoing a scene earlier in the film where Morgan originally says that line to him before bed. A service is then held with all the Avengers in attendance, including other important individuals like Happy Hogan, Nick Fury, Maria Hill, Thaddeus Ross, May Parker, the Pyms, and even Harley Keener, as they all recognize the sacrifice that Tony made to save them and the universe.
Barton and Wanda comfort each other by the lake after the funeral, both suffering from their own losses. Barton expresses that he wishes Natasha could know that they won. Wanda thus assures him that she does know, as does Vision, who was still lost in the conflict.
Thor joins the Guardians of the Galaxy, naming Valkyrie to be the new Queen of New Asgard. On the Benatar, Quill can be seen looking for Gamora. Quill and Thor have a quick argument, as everyone else presumes Thor will be captain now, and Drax suggests they have a ritual knife fight to the death for the position of captain, an idea which gets everyone else's approval. Although Thor reassures them that Quill is still the captain, the sly look on his face indicates that he still believes otherwise.
Rogers is nominated by Banner to return the Infinity Stones and Mjølnir to their proper places in time. He bids farewell to Barnes and Wilson and then disappears. They send him into the past with all the Stones, but he does not return on the expected count of five. Instead, they notice an elderly Rogers, sitting alone on a bench by the river. Wilson walks over and talks to Rogers, who says he had decided to stay in the past and experience "some of that life Tony was telling [him] to get". Wilson accepts this, but muses sadly that he will have to live in a world without Captain America. Rogers then passes his shield and the mantle of Captain America to Wilson, saying that he should take it, despite Wilson's protests. As they shake hands and say their goodbyes, Wilson notices a ring on Rogers' left hand, and asks if he'll tell him about her. Rogers simply responds, "No. No, I don't think I will."
- Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man
- Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America/Loki (illusion)
- Patrick Gorman as Old Steve Rogers
- Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk
- Chris Hemsworth as Thor
- Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow
- Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton/Hawkeye
- Don Cheadle as James Rhodes/War Machine
- Paul Rudd as Scott Lang/Ant-Man
- Benedict Cumberbatch as Stephen Strange/Doctor Strange
- Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa/Black Panther
- Brie Larson as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel
- Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man
- Karen Gillan as Nebula
- Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Dyne/Wasp
- Tessa Thompson as Brunnhilde/Valkyrie
- Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch
- Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson/Falcon
- Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier
- Danai Gurira as Okoye
- Benedict Wong as Wong
- Pom Klementieff as Mantis
- Dave Bautista as Drax the Destroyer
- Letitia Wright as Princess Shuri
- Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan
- Marisa Tomei as May Parker
- Taika Waititi as Korg
- Angela Bassett as Queen Mother Ramonda
- Michael Douglas as Doctor Hank Pym
- John Michael Morris as Young Hank Pym
- Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Dyne
- William Hurt as Secretary Thaddeus Ross
- Cobie Smulders as Maria Hill
- Sean Gunn as Kraglin Obfonteri/Rocket Raccoon (motion-capture)
- Winston Duke as M'Baku
- Linda Cardellini as Laura Barton
- Hiroyuki Sanada as Akihiko
- Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds
- Vin Diesel as Groot (voice)
- Terry Notary as Cull Obsidian/Groot (motion-capture)
- Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon (voice)
- Gwyneth Paltrow as Pepper Potts
- Josh Brolin as Thanos
- Chris Pratt as Peter Quill/Star-Lord
- Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury
- Emma Fuhrmann as Cassie Lang
- Ava Russo as Lila Barton
- Ben Sakamoto as Cooper Barton
- Cade Woodward as Nathaniel Barton
- Kerry Condon as F.R.I.D.A.Y.
- Ty Simpkins as Harley Keener
- Lexi Rabe as Morgan Stark
- Seth Green as Howard the Duck
- Zoe Saldana as Gamora
- Rene Russo as Frigga
- Tom Hiddleston as Loki
- John Slattery as Howard Stark
- Tilda Swinton as Ancient One
- Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter
- Natalie Portman as Jane Foster
- Maximiliano Hernández as Agent Jasper Sitwell
- Frank Grillo as Agent Brock Rumlow
- Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as Ebony Maw
- James D'Arcy as Edwin Jarvis
- Robert Redford as Undersecretary Alexander Pierce
- Ross Marquand as Johann Schmidt/Red Skull
- Michael Shaw as Corvus Glaive
- Carrie Coon as Proxima Midnight
- Monique Ganderton as Proxima Midnight (motion-capture)
- Callan Mulvey as Agent Jack Rollins
- Gozie Agbo as Man at Counseling
- Jim Starlin as Man at Counseling
- Ken Jeong as Storage Facility Guard
- Yvette Nicole Brown as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
- Stan Lee as '70s Car Man
- Anthony Breed as '70s Car Man (motion-capture)
- Unknown Actor as Miek (motion capture; uncredited)
- New York
- New York City, New York
- San Francisco, California
- Washington, D.C.
- Stark Residence
- Tønsberg, Norway
- Tokyo, Japan
- Wheaton, New Jersey
- Kathmandu, Nepal
- Golden City, Wakanda
- Los Angeles, California
- South Africa (mentioned)
- Mexico (mentioned)
- Germany (mentioned)
- Titan II
- Harokin (mentioned)
- Infinity War
- Rescue of Tony Stark
- Ambush on Thanos
- Massacre in Tokyo
- Time Heist
- Chitauri Invasion
- Quest for the Orb
- Attack on the New Avengers Facility
- Battle of Earth
- Avengers Civil War (mentioned)
- Destruction of Asgard (mentioned)
- Budapest Operation (mentioned)
- Battle of Harokin (mentioned)
- Sacking of Asgard (mentioned)
- Infinity Stones
- Captain America's Uniform
- Captain America's Compass
- Iron Man Armors
- War Machine Armors
- Rescue Armor
- Thor's Prosthetic Eye
- Asgardian Armor
- Arc Reactor
- James Rhodes' Leg Braces
- Thanos' Armor
- Hawkeye's Bow and Quiver
- Hawkeye's Sword
- Black Widow's Bite
- Black Widow's Batons
- Hulk's Stretchable Suit
- Ant-Man Suit
- Pym Particles
- Advanced Tech Suit
- Electroshock Batons
- Electric Blaster
- Nebula's Energy Dagger
- Starforce Uniform
- Captain Marvel Uniform
- Valkyrie's Armor
- Iron Gauntlet
- Quantum Tunnel
- Quantum Realm Exploration Suit
- Wasp Suit
- Iron Spider Armor
- Cloak of Levitation
- Sling Ring
- Tao Mandalas
- Star-Lord's Helmet
- Quad Blasters
- Drax the Destroyer's Knives
- Quantum Healing Particles
- Asgardian Armor
- Asgardian Collar
- Double-Edged Sword
- Proxima Midnight's Spear
- Corvus Glaive's Glaive
- Cull Obsidian's Chain Hammer
- Chitauri Helmet
- Chitauri Staff
- Chitauri Armor
- Aakonian Ale (mentioned)
- Ankle monitor
- The Terminal Beach
- Axe (mentioned)
- Luis' Van
- Royal Talon Flyers
- Dragon Flyers
- Sanctuary II
- Flora colossus
- Frost Giants
- Dark Elves (mentioned)
- Aakons (mentioned)
- Xorrians (mentioned)
- Valkyries Steeds
- Chitauri Giant Dogs
- Raccoons (mentioned)
- Rabbits (mentioned)
- Guardians of the Galaxy
- Stark Industries
- Asgardian Royal Family
- Masters of the Mystic Arts
- Golden Tribe
- Dora Milaje
- Jabari Tribe
- Black Order
- United States Army
- X-Con Security Consultants (logo)
- Ultron Program
- Erik Selvig (picture)
- Sharon Carter (picture)
- Malekith (picture)
- Roberto da Costa
- Karima Shapandar
- Arnim Zola
- Ronan the Accuser
- Ivan Romanoff
- Edith Barton
- Maria Stark
- The Big Lebowski
- Bee Gees
- Mungo Jerry
- Back to the Future
- Star Trek
- The Butterfly Effec
- A Wrinkle in Time
- Somewhere in Time
- Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
- Die Hard
- Stuart Little
- Hot Tub Time Machine
- Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Cheez Wiz
- On October 28, 2014, the film was announced as Avengers: Infinity War – Part II, while the third Avengers film was titled Avengers: Infinity War – Part I. However, in June 2016, both films were renamed. The third film title was shortened to Avengers: Infinity War and the fourth film was simply the Untitled Avengers film. Anthony and Joe Russo explain this rename as "the movies are two very different movies", so "it is misleading".
- Chris Evans revealed Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame were shot back to back. Filming started on January 23, 2017, and was expected to end in October/November 2017.
- During a Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 event in April 2017, Zoe Saldana revealed the title of the film as Avengers: Infinity Gauntlet. Following this, James Gunn denied that was the actual title.
- On September 11, 2017, the production of the movie was shut down because of Hurricane Irma.
- Kevin Feige confirmed in an interview that Avengers: Endgame was the "finale" to the current iteration of the MCU and "everything before Avengers: Endgame and everything after" would result in "two distinct periods". Feige also confirmed that there were plans for twenty movies after Avengers: Endgame gets released.
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|It's Been a Long, Long Time||Harry James|
- ↑ Marvel Announces BLACK PANTHER, CAPTAIN MARVEL, INHUMANS, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Films, CAP & THOR 3 Subtitles
- ↑ Marvel Surprise: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Won’t Be Split Into 2 Movies
- ↑ AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR to Start Shooting in Late 2016; Will Film for 9 Months
- ↑ Avengers: Infinity War And Sequel Set To Begin Filming Monday
- ↑ Kevin Feige on ‘Avengers: Infinity War’, Spider-Man’s Future, 2019 & 2020 MCU Movies, and ‘Doctor Strange’
- ↑ Has Guardians Of The Galaxy star Zoe Saldana revealed the name of Avengers 4?
- ↑ James Gunn: Avengers 4 is NOT called Infinity Gauntlet (exclusive)
- ↑ HURRICANE IRMA Shuts Down MARVEL Movies, WALKING DEAD, More - Report
- ↑ Hurricane Irma Shutters Georgia Film Shoots; SAG-AFTRA Offices Close In Miami & Atlanta
- ↑ ‘Avengers 4’ will be a finale of sorts, producer Kevin Feige says