Some of Marvel’s best movie moments were completely improvised by the cast! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6
The movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are all fantastically performed by a very large and hugely talented cast of A-list actors.
Such is the level of talent on display in the franchise, the people behind the movies often allow those actors to express themselves completely freely on set, without asking them to stick to a formal script.
In this video, we’ll run you through some of the best examples of improvisation that have occurred in MCU movies.
The scenes in question are; the post-credits scene of 2008’s The Incredible Hulk when Tony Stark approached General Ross in a bar, Peggy Carter’s reaction to the newly Super-Soldier-Serum-imbued Steve Rogers in 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger, Tony Stark offering out blueberries in 2012’s The Avengers, Tony Stark suggesting the titular team go for shawarma in that same movie, Thor hanging his war hammer Mjolnir on Erik Selvig’s coat rack in 2013’s Thor: The Dark World, Star-Lord’s reaction to Korath never having heard of him in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor telling the audience that the Hulk was «a friend from work» in 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok, Tony Stark telling Peter Parker that «the adults are talking» in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War, Drax asking «why is Gamora?» in that same movie, and Peter Parker’s emotional death scene in that same movie.
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1. Putting together a team
2. Reacting to Super Soldier Steve
4. Have you ever tried shawarma?
5. Mjolnir on a coat rack
6. Star-Lord, man!
7. A friend from work
8. The adults are talking
9. Why is Gamora?
10. Spider-Man’s death
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