Avengers: Endgame has come way ahead of completing one year. However, its loyal fan base won’t stop. From Robert Downey Jr aka Iron Man’s unfortunate death to Thanos’ snap – fans have their own edits or theories that go viral in no time. Now, a fan has created his own version amid on-going protests for George Floyd. To begin with, Chris Evans who plays Captain America, loves it.
For the unversed, George Floyd was brutally killed in Minneapolis by police officers over alleged charges of forgery. His death created a stir all across the globe who have been now protesting under the campaign Black Lives Matter. Now, an Avengers: Endgame fan has beautifully given the finale sequence a twist with the current scenario.
The 2 minutes 3 seconds video resembling Avengers: Endgame climax begins with Captain America standing alone in the warzone. Chris Evans’ in the video donates protestors. In no time, he is accompanied by T’challa, Shuri and Okoye as donation makers, Twitter awareness creators and petition makers. Eventually other Avengers too enter the battlefield. Tom Holland AKA Spider-Man is scene as the safety advisor.
As Avengers: Endgame fame Chris Evans’ Captain America (protestors) look further, there’s the BTS army and the K-Pop stars landing their support too. There’s Instagram users, TikTokers entering the battle too as Valkyrie and the Asgardians. The highlight of the video remain the witches who beautifully use their white privilege to shield the protestors.
Another highlight remains to be the police being introduced as Bullies and US President Donald Trump has been featured too.
The Atlantic writer Jemele Hill brought attention to the video through her Twitter handle. Another user further even tagged our Captain America to have a look at it.
“Dear Twitter BF @ChrisEvans, folks wanna make sure you, in particular, have seen this!” she wrote.
To this, Chris Evans replied, “I have now :) it’s fantastic!!! Thank you for sharing it with me”
I have now :) it’s fantastic!!! Thank you for sharing it with me ❤️❤️❤️
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) June 6, 2020