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Whedon’s first Avengers film had to spend the majority of its runtime getting the gang together, meaning we actually only got to see them working as a team in the film’s New York finale. This time around, we’re going to see them working together much more.
“I like all the scenes that we get to have together,” says Evans. “In this movie, it’s not about having stand-out moments, it’s about trying to have stand-together moments. You want to have scenes where you’re like ‘Man, the Avengers just kicked ass!’”
“If it’s every man for himself then it defeats the purpose of what this movie is. We have individual films for that. So I like the scenes where – as a unit – we’re all wrecking shop. And we get a bunch of those in this.”