The MCU is full of things you'd never expect to see in real life. Time travel, sorcery, alien invasions, and a talking tree. Equally larger than life are the physical feats which our favorite superheroes perform on-screen, like when Captain America single-handedly keeps a helicopter taking off in Civil War thanks to his hulking biceps. But a super-YouTuber has just proven that at least some of the Avengers' badass moves can be recreated in the real world.
Canadian parkour athlete Nick Pro just shared a video in which he reenacts a number of Captain America, Black Panther, Iron Man and Spider-Man's stunts from the climactic battle scene in this year's epic conclusion to the Infinity Sage, Avengers: Endgame.
The first stunt he tackles is the move where Spider-Man swings into frame on his web, does a backflip, then lands in one of his signature Spidey poses. In place of a web slinger, Pro uses a standard climbing rope. He then mimicked Black Panther running across the battlefield with the Infinity Gauntlet, kicking a bad guy out of the way in mid-vault, then doing a side-flip, all in the same sequence.
Other kickass moments from Endgame that get the Pro treatment include Hawkeye jumping out of a window while he's on his spree in Japan, and Captain America vaulting over a railing in New York City. He even manages to emulate some of the more outlandish stunts from the movie, such as Iron Man getting propelled across the battlefield by Mjolnir, Ant-Man's dive and landing when he's flicked across the room by Iron Man during the Time Heist. (I can't even begin to imagine how all of this would sound to somebody who hasn't seen this movie.)
Marvel Studios have already got their next line-up of heroes picked out for Phase Four, but if they find themselves in need of a new stunt coordinator, they might want to give Nick Pro a call.
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