Trivia: Spoiler! After Tony snaps his fingers at the end, a scene was filmed with him having a vision of his daughter Morgan, now grown up, played by 13 Reasons Why star Katherine Langford. Much like Thanos' conversation with a young Gamora in Infinity War, Tony and Morgan would discuss what he'd just done and she'd forgive him, putting him at peace. The scene was ultimately scrapped because there wasn't the emotional connection with an adult version of his daughter, and the Russos dismissed it as "too many ideas in an overly complicated movie."
Trivia: When Steve is watching Peggy through the glass, she mentions that Braddock "hasn't checked in." This is likely a reference to Brian Braddock, known as Captain Britain in Marvel comics. No confirmation that he'll be appearing any time soon - might just be an Easter egg for the fans - but Kevin Feige has mentioned discussions relating to him and the MCU before.Jon Sandys
Trivia: Spoilers! The prophecy/vision in Age of Ultron is semi-fulfilled in this film and Infinity War - Captain America's shield is broken in half, Hulk is unable to fight, Black Widow lies on her back in death, same as here, and Thor is in the same position when injured by Thanos as he appears in the vision.Jon Sandys
Trivia: During the climactic battle, before Doctor Strange returns with the other restored heroes, there is a wide shot of Captain America all by his lonesome walking towards Thanos. This is similar to a scene from the "Infinity Gauntlet" story, where amongst a slew of defeated heroes, Cap defiantly walks right up to Thanos and tells him he will never be able claim victory as long as at least one person stands against him.Phaneron
Trivia: Spoilers! Tony Stark's line at the end "And I am Iron Man" wasn't in the script, in fact it wasn't even originally filmed, he just snapped his fingers. When editing the final battle together, the directors realised something was missing, and editor Jeff Ford suggested bringing his arc full circle with that line. They filmed it as part of reshoots, only a few months before the movie was released.Jon Sandys
Trivia: Marvel has been responsible for the first film to gross over $100 million in its domestic opening weekend (2002's "Spider-Man", albeit made by Sony), the first film to gross over $200 million in its domestic opening weekend (2012's "The Avengers") and the first film to gross over $300 million in its domestic opening weekend with this film, "Avengers: Endgame." "Avengers: Endgame" also holds the record for the quickest film to reach over $1 billion globally, reaching the number in only 5 days of worldwide release. It subsequently also became the film to reach $2 billion globally the fastest, reaching the rare number at the end of its second weekend. Finally, in July 2019, "Endgame" became the highest grossing movie of all time, surpassing James Cameron's "Avatar," which had held the record for the previous ten years.TedStixon
Trivia: The title "Endgame" has been teased in two previous Avengers films - most obviously in Infinity War, when Dr. Strange says "we're in the endgame now", but it actually originates more significantly in Age of Ultron, when Tony says "We can bust arms dealers all the livelong day, but that up there... that's the endgame."Jon Sandys
Trivia: With this film and counting cameos, Chris Evans will have appeared on-screen as Captain America in at least one film a year between 2011 and 2019. With this film, Tom Holland will also become the actor who has portrayed Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the most films with his fourth appearance as the character - he will beat the previous record held by Tobey Maguire, who appeared as the character in the three films of the original "Spider-Man" trilogy.TedStixon