Priyanka Chopra to be a part of something big, confirms Avengers:Endgame Director

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Avengers: Endgame co-director  Joe Russo has a piece of very happy news for his Indian fans. Before this we got the news of AR Rahman is going to have a song in the film. And now Joe Russe has confirmed that he is in touch with Priyanka Chopra for something big and exciting.

Joe Russo is in India for the promotion of upcoming film ‘Avengers: Endgame’. Confirming the news he said, “Priyanka is transitioning into global status now. She is fantastic… (I would) Love to work with her… I am potentially talking to Priyanka for something. I am not going to say what it is.”

Last year Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige was planning to make a standalone superhero Ms. Marvel aka Kamala Khan. The news broke into Twitter soon after and there were a lot of people talking about it. It was then when people wanted Priyanka Chopra to be a part of Marvel Universe and play the role of Marvel’s first Muslim Superhero.

Joe Russo talked about many things, he also said how as an action director he enjoyed the series of the film ‘Dabangg’. He said, “I’m an action director so I saw ‘Dabangg’ many years ago and then ‘Dabangg 2’. I thought the camera work was great in these films. The tone and energy are also great. So, I certainly know Salman Khan,” he added.

Joe Russo also revealed that 2015 installment of the series, ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ almost had a scene inspired by Rajnikanth’s ‘Robot’ which came out in 2010. He said, “‘Robot’ almost influenced the climatic moments in ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’… In one of the final scenes, all the Ultrons were supposed to form a large Ultron and Avengers were set to fight that but the sequence got cut for time. It was this close. I was inspired directly by ‘Robot’,” he added.

The film is all set for its release on April 26th and the fans are happy and excited in the best way possible. They have a really deep connection with these superheroes and they cannot wait to find out what happens in the end.

Published by Vijay Sisodiya on 03 Apr 2019

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