Avengers: Endgame chiefs Anthony and Joe Russo measured group of spectators response at San Diego Comic-Con to decide the most astute Avenger in the wake of narrowing the field to Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Shuri (Letitia Wright).
In spite of pulling off the merging of mind and muscle to make the amalgamation Smart Hulk, Joe’s proposal of Banner got gentle commendation. “Presently Banner attempted to settle time travel, yet he didn’t,” Joe said. “Who illuminated time travel?”
At the point when Joe set forth Stark, who at last culminated the Avengers’ capacity to go through time and recover the six Infinity Stones expected to invert Thanos’ (Josh Brolin) universe-splitting snap, the protected Avenger won unruly commendation.
Anthony at that point designated Wakandan princess and creator Shuri, in charge of growing a great part of the cutting edge innovation used by sibling T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), drawing significantly more commendation.
“Shuri’s the most intelligent justice fighter,” Joe said.
Well before Stark tackled time travel, Black Panther maker Nate Moore said it was concurred the 16-year-old’s virtuoso predominated even Stark’s.
“As far as the technologically advanced side, in our mind and in our incarnation, Shuri is the head of the Wakandan design group. So she is, in our mind, the smartest person in the world,”
“Smarter than Tony Stark, but she is a 16 year old girl, which we thought was really interesting. Again, black faces in positions of power, or positions of technological know how, that’s a rarity. So it’s something that a big part of the film.”
“Because, you know, we sometimes — when we see people who are ‘super intelligent’ and ‘super smart,’ they don’t really look like me. Do you know what I mean?”
“So, to have that is really, really cool, and [for] Marvel to be behind it and to be brave enough to say, ‘She is the smartest girl in the universe — in the Marvel Universe’ and ‘Yes, she’s younger than everyone… Her and Peter Parker are pretty much the smartest kids on the block.’”