Avengers: Endgame Trivia #78: Remember the heartbreaking adrenaline pumped finale of Endgame? When Chris Evans’ Captain America roars “Avengers assemble” and we lose Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man towards its end. Well, it surely was a work of some extensive art and it took a monumental number of people to achieve that.
The whole amassing of all the Avengers at one place must have surely required a mammoth vision to put it into the frame. We saw how despite everyone making an appearance, none of the Avengers were out shadowed and they enjoyed their proper screen presence. Well, this required a lot more than just accurate writing.
A trivia published in Cinemablend states, “It Took About 1,400 Visual Effects Artists To Create The Final Battle Sequence In Roughly 16 Weeks. One of the most memorable moments in Avengers: Endgame is the astonishingly huge climax, which involves seemingly hundreds of Marvel characters fighting for their existence against Thanos. With a number of special effect characters in this scene, it obviously took a lot of people to pull this off.”
It also adds, “And in true team fashion, it took about 1,400 visual effect artists in order to create this battle sequence under a very tight window frame: a mere 16 weeks. Four-month isn’t a lot of time to pull off a scene this massive, but the animators were able to pull it off anyhow, and it’s one hell of a feat.”