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Avengers: Endgame is streaming. Here are the best commentary reveals – CNET

Avengers: Endgame is now available for streaming.

Warning: Avengers: Endgame spoilers ahead.

You can purchase Avengers: Endgame for streaming as of Tuesday. And while there's nothing like a big-screen experience, watching the streaming version has some advantages. Extras, for example, include deleted scenes (detailed here), a gag reel, a feature on Cap and Peggy's relationship and a touching tribute to Stan Lee.

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You can pick up fresh tidbits about the film by watching it with the commentary track turned on. Directors Joe Russo and Anthony Russo and screenwriters Steven McFeely and Christopher Markus join forces to talk over the film and offer details and insights. Here are 12 of those revelations:

  1. Yessir, that's my baby

The first person viewers see in Avengers: Endgame is Ava Russo, daughter of director Joe Russo. She plays Lila Barton, Hawkeye's daughter, whom Hawykeye is teaching to shoot arrows as the film begins. The scene was planned for Avengers: Infinity War, Joe Russo says, but the brothers found it "too disorienting" to cut from Thanos' snap to Hawkeye's family. (Lia, Russo's other daughter, shows up later as a kid in a diner who wants to get a selfie with Smart Hulk.)

2. It's about time

Listen carefully in the scene where we first see the time-travel suits. Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/Hulk) delivers an explanation of how time travel does and doesn't work that Markus says is very close to how "genuine quantum physicists" explained possible time travel to the writers.

3. We all scream

One of the directors' favorite Easter eggs comes when the Avengers are sitting around a table and Hulk is snacking on Ben & Jerry's Hunka Hulka Burnin' Fudge, one of two B&J flavors that Doctor Strange and Tony Stark discussed in Avengers: Infinity War. (The other was Stark Raving Hazelnuts.)

4. What Nebula knows

McFeely explains that Nebula doesn't know about what exactly happened to her sister Gamora, who was sacrificed at the hands of their father, Thanos. "No one knows other than anybody who was there," he says. Nebula "just knows her sister didn't come back, and he left with the stone."

5. The role of Asgard is played by England

When Thor and Rocket time-travel back to Asgard, the scene was shot at England's Durham Cathedral, the directors say. It was one of the few scenes they shot during the making of Avengers: Infinity War, but intending all along to use it in Avengers: Endgame.

6. Baby, you can drive my car

Rocket (voice of Bradley Cooper) is one of the directors' favorite characters, says Joe Russo. "He reminds me of Louie De Palma [Danny De Vito] from [the 1978-1983 sitcom] 'Taxi,'" jokes Markus. "He's about the same height."

7. Butt out

Joe Russo reveals that "probably the most controversial joke in the whole movie" comes when Ant-Man salutes Captain America's shapely rear end, aka "America's ass."

Says Russo, "That (line) was hotly debated." It's even more controversial later, when Cap says it to a version of himself.

8. The Natural

Robert Redford is in the movie as HYDRA agent Alexander Pierce, and Markus says that Redford himself declared it was his last movie role ever. So when Redford, age 82, says, "I'm gonna need that case," know that you're watching a great actor's (apparent) final scene.

9. Lola time

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