Avengers: Infinity War is such a vast and complex film that a year later new facts about the production that surprise and delight me appear.
Like this one, for example from Winston Duke. Recently talking to Metro, Duke shares how, when the Black Panther cast arrived on the set of Avengers: Infinity War, the Russo Brothers postponed their experience with the setting and atmosphere of Wakanda to help create the Wakanda sequences for the film.
"We walked on the set and they said," We were not part of it Black Panther"We don't know this as deeply as you do, so we trust that you will include everything you want and we will sit in the background," said Duke.
Duke further explained how that worked in practice. "I have given some of the songs to the boys on the set, some of the new extras that were part of the tribe, and I taught some of the language and words to other people, and Danai did the same "he explained. "We have a lot of freedom to just bow and do what we have done, to create a world and to give Wakanda the feeling that he is punctuated in a movie that wasn't even about it."
The Wakanda series Infinity War felt different from the rest of the film, and for many viewers it was undoubtedly a highlight. This could be a long way to explain why: when confronted with material that the Russo & # 39; s were not experts in, they stepped aside and shifted to the expertise of their cast and crew. Regardless of your feelings about it Infinity War, that's the right way to make a movie.
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