Avengers Endgame : the writers wanted to introduce the Court Living

In a long interview granted to the New York Times, two writers of the Avengers Endgame, but also Avengers: Infinity War are returning to some of the anecdotes in the film. Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are widely spread out on the very last appearance of Robert Redford as an agent of SHIELD, Alexander Pierce, but also on a character who would have had to be introduced in Avengers Infinity War : The Living Tribunal, known in French under the name of the Court Alive.

The Court Living is a character in the Marvel universe with three heads, which represent, respectively, the equity, necessity and vengeance. There has been since 1967 but it has not yet appeared on the screen, even if it has been mentioned several times in The Guardians of the Galaxy and Doctor Strange.

According to the duo of screenwriters, the Court Alive would have had to appear in Infinity War. His appearance was even included in the scenario during the fight against the Titan. Finally, they decided to depart from the original scenario.” It has three heads, it asked for a different architecture of our universe, it is another level, it would have been too much of a swing just like that “, says Stephen McFeely on the New York Times.

In the following interview, the writers evoke the many series are stamped with Marvel that will see the light of day on the platform, Disney+, as the series on Loki, Scarlet Witch, and Vision, or Hawkeye. The Court Living might certainly get a tower, waiting for the fourth phase which could be the opportunity to see this character developed more widely at the screen.