As we all know by now, Thor had a chance to defeat Thanos, only to go for his chest and not his head. According to co-writer Stephen McFeely, Thor does "have a lot of guilt" at the start of Endgame, and his fellow Avengers believe he should.
On last night's (April 8) Jimmy Kimmel Live, the cast of Avengers: Endgame read out a kid-friendly version of Infinity War, but didn't quite stay so kid-friendly when it got to Thor.
"'I'll finish this,' Thor excitedly said," read Scarlett Johansson, with Chris Evans continuing: "Unfortunately, Thor shoulda gone for the head."
"Yeah, he blew it," Johansson joked and Mark Ruffalo went one step further: "F**king Thor."
However, Chris Hemsworth was defending Thor's attempt. "At least I got close enough to actually go for something, unlike the rest of the pathetic little useless f**king Avengers who didn't even really put a scratch on him," he noted.
Of course, Jeremy Renner thinks they should have just called Hawkeye.
The final word was Hemsworth's though: "F**k the Avengers."
Hopefully the Avengers can put their disappointment aside in Avengers: Endgame, where they will be joined by a new team member in the form of Captain Marvel.
A new clip was released from the movie this week that showed Brie Larson's superhero leading the charge on a plan to defeat Thanos and bring everyone back. Will they succeed?
We don't have too long to wait to find out, as Avengers: Endgame is released in UK cinemas on April 25 and US cinemas on April 26.
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