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Entertainment Avengers the Ultron era on TF1: this replica has been improvised!

20:20  31 july  2022
20:20  31 july  2022 Source:   allocine.fr

Tomorrow belongs to us: "It's good, I understood!" ... Nordine puts things in clear with Manon

 Tomorrow belongs to us: TF1 revealed an extract showing the focus between Nordine and Manon after their kiss in an episode from last week. © TF1 TF1 revealed an extract showing the development between Nordine and Manon after their kiss in an episode last week. Each day TF1 reveals unpublished extracts from its leaflets which lift future intrigues to come.

Continuation of Avengers, the era of Ultron, broadcast this evening on TF1, again brings together the fine team of Marvel superheroes. Resuming his role as Hawkeye, Jeremy Renner even split a small improvised reply, in a tasty sequence.

Avengers l'ère d'Ultron sur TF1 : cette réplique a été improvisée ! © Marvel Studios Avengers The Ultron era on TF1: this replica was improvised!

In Avengers: The era of Ultron , the heroic team welcomes two new members and cohabitation is not without incident, specially between Clint Barton ( Jeremy Renner ) and Quicksilver ( Aaron Taylor Johnson ) Who keep looking for each other, all to the delight of the public.

In a hilarious scene, Quicksilver recovers his sister, the red witch, with the nose and the beard of Hawkeye and flees the places at full speed, taunting the Avengers of a sympathetic "accelerates, the ancestor!"

"What are you crazy? Are you crazy?" : These remarks that Sandrine Quétier received when she announced her departure from TF1

 © Jacques Benaroch/Sipa "What is you crazy?" : These remarks that Sandrine Quétier received when she announced her departure from TF1 in 2017, Sandrine Quétier left TF1 to devote herself to comedy and music. This Wednesday, July 20, Gala questioned the ex-animator and the latter returned to the moment when she decided to leave the private channel ... and the remarks to which she was entitled at the time. His departure surprised more than one.

In front of this new call to the challenge, or rather to murder, Clay is armed with his bow and targets in the direction of Quicksilver, pretending to shoot: "No one knows ... the last time I have it Given, Ultron was sitting on him. I miss this supersonic bastard. I am already missing. " An improvised reply by Jeremy Renner who delivers here one of the funniest moments in the film.

Jon Favreau Argued Against the Decision to Kill Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man in ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ Russo Brothers Say .
Jon Favreau, the director behind Tony Stark’s first stand-alone MCU film Iron Man, wasn’t so sure the hero should have died in Avengers: Endgame, according to the Russo brothers. In a video interview with Vanity Fair, the duo opened up about some of their most memorable scenes on projects like Community, Captain America: Civil War and their latest movie, Netflix’s The Gray Man. But the duo start their breakdown going over Tony Stark’s final moment in Avengers: Endgame, where he reveals he’s acquired all the Infinity stones and placed them in his suit to “snap” the half of the universe back to life that Thanos wiped out in Avengers: Infinity War.

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