That is when Hemsworth came up with a plan and it was to stuff Snickers candy bars into her shoes to make her appear taller.
"This is Marvel's phase three wrapping up, a culmination of all this journey, whether or not they go off and then shoot other things or do prequels or sequels and whatever they can do", he says on Tuesday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Those choices resulted in her wearing more makeup and having a different hairstyle than what we saw in Captain Marvel.
"And I think as she started to gain a deeper understanding of the character, especially as she approached her own movie, she started to make different choices and as an artist she should be afforded that right to make whatever choice that she wants to make".
- Endgame holds the record for Fandango's best first week and first day of presales, besting Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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"Personally, I'm actually gonna try to enjoy the experience at the premiere", Captain America Evans says, while his co-star Scarlett insists most of the stars only know how their characters close out the movie.
The original six Avengers stars - Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, and Jeremy Renner - sat down alongside Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently for a roundtable discussion with Entertainment Weekly, and talk quickly turned to Ruffalo's spoilery reputation. I don't know; we women are complex beings and one day, we love wearing makeup, and the next, we hate it.
"This was Brie's first time playing the character ever", Russo continued.
Check out some official photos from the "Avengers: Endgame" Global Press Junket as well as a very closeup look at the costumes used in "Avengers: Endgame".
Marvel has given us another look at Avengers: Endgame, and this one's in the form of a full scene rather than a stylish, teaser-filled trailer.