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Avengers Endgame Oscar campaign heats up, Marvel tries extra hard to market seriousness. See pics

Marvel Studios has well and commenced the Oscars effort for Avengers: Endgame, the funniest superhero movie that the studio hopes to recreate the achievement of Black Panther one year ago.

According to critics who have been routed awards screeners for its movie, Marvel has gone out of its way to produce the epic action extravaganza seem to be a serious play, possibly in a bid to improve its chances in the Oscars. Tasha Robinson, critic for Polygon, tweeted an image of the cover of this screener, also wrote, “The awards screener cover AVENGERS: ENDGAME is an entire capital-M mood. I dig this movie a good deal, and it is way grimmer and more considerate than I had been anticipating.”

Matt Jacobs of Huffington Post additionally tweeted an image of the cover, also wrote, “The FYC screener for Avengers: Endgame is working difficult to make this movie look severe.” The cover is a black and white shot of Downey Jr from the somber opening scene of the movie, where Tony Stark sends a documented message to Pepper Potts.

Disney plans on putting together a huge effort for Endgame, which eventually became the highest-grossing movie of all time (unadjusted for inflation) over the summer, eclipsing the prior record set by James Cameron’s Avatar. Additionally, it received significant critical acclaim, with compliments visiting its handling of numerous personalities, specifically Tony Stark and Steve Rogers, played by Robert Downey Jr and Chris Evans.

Fans will also be expecting a significant push to get a nomination for Downey Jr, that has been with the franchise since its beginning, and’retired’ in the show after Endgame.

Here are the 13 previously listed categories where Marvel is supplying Endgame up for thought.

Along with this, the studio can also be pitching Downey Jr, Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Josh Brolin, Paul Rudd and Don Cheadle at the Best Supporting Actor category, and Scarlett Johansson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan and Brie Larson at the Best Supporting Actress category.