Chris Evans informed Anthony Mackie that Falcon was taking over Captain America's cloak

Maybe There Were No Dry Eyes In The Cinema Halls When The Viewers Looked At An Old Captain America Who Handed His Shield To Falcon In The Climax-approaching 'Avengers: Endgame' And Anthony Mackie Revealed It Was Chris Evans Who Broke The End To Him Before They Shoot.



Evans And Mackie Worked Together As Cap/Steve Rogers And Falcon In 2014's 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier', Which Was Also Directed By 'Endgame' Russo Brothers .

The actor said he hadn't read the script and got to know about the big shift from the man himself .

"We were at his (Evans) house and he goes, 'You excited?' And I go, 'What are you talking about?' and he goes, 'You don't know?' He jumps up, runs out of the room and comes back in with the script," Mackie said .

He admitted he was overwhelmed after reading the climax .

"We cried. We drank. We laughed. I am very happy I got that moment with Chris, for him to not only pass me the shield, but to tell me it was happening .

" We Catch Steve At The End Of Life That He Wanted To Live. He Discovered That Luck Tony (Stark, Played By Robert Downey Jr.) Told Him About," Mackie Said That Rogers Spends His Life With Real Love Peggy Carter .

The Transfer Of The Shield To Falcon Sends A Powerful Message About Inclusion And Empowerment

and Mackie said filming the scene was a cathartic experience .

"It means a lot to me for my sons to see Captain America as a black dude and for me to be that dude to my sons. So that moment was not just, 'Hey, we're acting.' It was more of a thing. And then they cut and I cried. And Chris cried. And the Russos cried. And everyone cried. It was an emotional day," he said .

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