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Gwyneth Paltrow Proves She Hasn't Watched A Marvel Movie After Forgetting Co-Star Samuel L. Jackson

How does one forget they worked with Samuel L. Jackson?

Gwyneth Paltrow has been part of the MCU since 2008’s Iron Man and has since appeared in another six Marvel movies. However, she’s making it very clear she hasn’t watched any of them after forgetting multiple people she’s co-starred with and the movies she’s actually starred in.

This time, she forgot that Samuel L. Jackson was part of the MCU as Nick Fury (AKA the guy who brought the Avengers together in the first place), despite the fact he’s appeared in most of the movies she’s also been in.

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Marvel boss Kevin Feige revealed to Empire that he and the rest of the cast had to inform Gwyneth of the fact while they were shooting Tony Stark’s funeral scene.

“Gwyneth Paltrow [was] asking why Sam Jackson was there, and the other actors [were] jumping in saying, ‘What are you talking about? He’s Nick Fury! You’ve been in movies with him.’ But it was really something special.”

During an appearance on Jon Favreau’s The Chef Show, the director and actor had to remind her she was in Spider-Man: Homecoming and co-starred with him in it.

The video is actually very funny because she refuses to believe him at first.

She’s also proven she has no idea what Tom Holland’s name actually is after putting up an Insta post of herself, Tom and Robert Downey Jr with the caption, “I love April 4th because it was the day god gave us @robertdowneyjr HAPPY BIRTHDAY, dear heart. Love me and that other guy in the photo.”

She’s also previously been caught asking Chris Pratt who Sebastian Stan is on the red carpet for the Infinity War premiere. Watch the video here:

At first, we thought there was the possibility of her trolling people, but now, it’s getting pretty obvious she doesn’t watch any Marvel movies…

Kevin Feige Reveals Another Character Was Meant To Be Digitally Added To Tony Stark's Funeral

The reasoning behind it makes total sense.

With the release of Avengers: Endgame to DVD and Blu-ray this month we’re finding out more and more about the movie months after it first came out. This time, Marvel boss Kevin Feige has revealed more about Tony Stark’s funeral scene and the character that was going to be digitally added in.

During a Q&A with Empire, Feige revealed Ant-Man’s teenage daughter Cassie Lang was going to be digitally inserted into the funeral.

The funeral scene is one of the few scenes where you see so many MCU characters together in one place and with so many people there we can understand why they might consider putting Cassie into the scene.

Feige said, “We did at one point toy with putting Cassie there.”

“At one point we thought of digitally adding her so it’s the family, but we thought, ‘This is the heroes celebrating the other heroes and the loss of Tony’, so we didn’t do it. Aside from Smart Hulk and Rocket and Groot, everybody’s actually standing there.”

It makes sense, not that we would have really questioned it if Cassie was there, but it does potentially open the conversation about why other characters weren’t there if she was included in the scene.

He also revealed that he and co-directors Joe and Anthony Russo are actually in that scene.

“I was on the balcony of that house… In that shot, as you see in the movie, right inside the cabin, was video village where I was sitting with [executive producer] Trinh Tran and Joe and Anthony.”

Feige also spoke about the possibility of a huge box-set including all 23 films of the Infinity Saga, saying if they do it, they’ll also include the really bad scenes they’re not exactly proud of.

“If we do a big, giant Infinity Saga box set, we might include – I’m assuming if you’re going to spend the money to buy a box set with everything in it, you’re a fan. And it’ll take more than a couple of really, really bad scenes to turn you.”

The most recent deleted scene we were gifted was right after Tony’s death where the Avengers were kneeling at the battlefield.

“I like sharing those scenes. And when we have something like that that we love, and which was not an easy decision to cut out but was the best decision for the movie, it’s a great avenue to say, ‘We’ll put it out there.’ It’s not like no-one will ever see it.

“There are things that we think nobody should ever see. And I think we’ve just recently been discussing that now we can start to show some of our less proud moments.”

As a fan himself, Feige says he loves seeing the stuff that didn’t quite work in a film.

“There’s stuff that still pops up from the Star Wars trilogy occasionally – Tosche Station for instance,” he explains.

“That is not great, it certainly shouldn’t be in the movie, but I love seeing it. I love that they shot it and it exists and we get to see it. So usually we love putting that stuff out there. There’s some things that we’ve been too humiliated to show, but I think we’ll bring out soon enough.”

Bucky Knew About Captain America's Fate In Endgame The Whole Time So The Conspiracies Are Confirmed

And now we're crying.

At the end of Avengers: Endgame Captain America surprised everyone when he went back in time to return the Infinity Stones and stayed in the past with the love of his life Peggy Carter, appearing at the end of the film as ‘Old Steve’.

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In the scene we see Cap leave to return the stones and, as we saw earlier on in the film, he should return from the time travel sequence basically straight away. But he doesn’t.

Sam Wilson AKA Falcon is clearly very concerned and demands that Bruce Banner brings him back.

However, Bucky, Steve’s lifelong bestie, is calm and doesn’t seem at all worried that his friend hasn’t returned. This led many fans to believe that Steve had told Bucky his plan to be with Peggy before he left.

Now, we finally have confirmation, because according to Comicbook.com, the film’s DVD and Blu-ray commentary reveal Bucky knew all along.

As Bucky and Steve hug goodbye, co-director Joe Russo says, “Now clearly Bucky knows something here, right?” I’m not going to lie, it seems weird for the director to be asking this question about his own film, but anyway…

Writer Stephen McFeely responds, “Yeah, I think it’s clear from Sebastian’s performance here. He’s been clued into Steve’s decision.”

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“Why [else] would Bucky say, ‘I’m gonna miss you.’ Especially if it’s only going to be five seconds?”

Russo agrees, “Yeah, he knows,” adding, “Now, we don’t know the extent of what Steve told him, but clearly he told him something.”

McFeely continues, “Yeah, I don’t think he said, ‘I’ll go sit on the bench over there.'”

“I think he’s certainly surprised to see that [part].”

So, while he might not have expected to see his friend looking like a grandpa, he certainly knew his plans.

And now we, and probably a lot of Stucky fans, are crying all over again.

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