In addition to a smorgasbord of costumes from Avengers: Endgame on display during its theatrical release, Hollywood’s El Capitan Theatre also had an exhibit of selected screen-used props to pay homage to the last ten years and twenty-two films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
from Avengers: Endgame
In the cinema’s foyer along Hollywood Boulevard on May 1, 2019, there was the damaged Iron Man Mark 50 helmet from Avengers: Endgame in the spotlight, with the eye socket illuminated. In the movie Robert Downey Jr.’s ‘Tony Stark’ records what he think are his dying words into the helmet when he’s floating in space.
Downstairs at the cinema there was a treasure trove of other film props on display, like the Eye of Agamotto from Doctor Strange, which is also featured in Avengers: Endgame, worn by the Master of the Mystic Arts himself (played by Benedict Cumberbatch) and the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton).
Fans of the Sorcerer Supreme can also check out all these screen-worn movie costumes from Doctor Strange on display.
Chris Pratt’s ‘Star-Lord’ mask from the first GOTG movie was also featured in the exhibit and fans can also check out all these Guardians of the Galaxy film costumes.
This prop claimed to be Captain America’s shield from Winter Soldier, even though the colour and finish appeared different from the usual red, white and blue.
from 2013’s Thor: The Dark World
The horned-helmet worn by Tom Hiddleston as ‘Loki’ and ‘Thor’s’ hammer Mjolnir was also on display from the second solo big screen outing for the God of Thunder.
Marvel fans can also check out more costumes and props from Thor: The Dark World on display.
The fake Infinity Gauntlet glimpsed in ‘Odin’s’ vault on Asgard in the first Thor movie was also on display.
And bringing things full circle, this Mark II helmet from 2008’s Iron Man which really started it all for the MCU was a part of the exhibition.
Fans of the armoured Avenger can also take a closer look at his other Iron Man suits on display, plus be sure to check out all these cool Avengers: Endgame movie costumes also showcased at the El Capitan Theatre.