Marvel apologized for leaving Danai Gurira’s identify off the highest of the brand new ‘Avengers: Endgame’ poster, and shared a brand new model

Marvel Studios apologized Thursday for leaving Danai Gurira's identify off of its new "Avengers: Endgame" poster. It tweeted a brand new model of the poster along with her identify on the prime on Thursday, and mentioned "she ought to have been up there all this time." After dealing with criticism, Marvel Studios apologized Thursday for initially leaving actress Danai Gurira's identify off of the highest of the most recent "Avengers: Endgame" poster. Marvel Studios tweeted a brand new model of the poster on Thursday, now with Gurira's identify added to the highest of it. "She ought to have been up there all this time," it tweeted. The brand new poster is beneath. The unique poster sparked criticism as a result of Gurira was the one particular person featured prominently on the poster whose identify didn't seem on the prime. She appeared within the backside credit. Benedict Wong was additionally featured within the backside credit with out being talked about on prime, however his character, Wong, does not truly seem on the poster like Gurira's character, Okoye. Okoye first appeared in "Black Panther" final yr and was one of many characters to outlive Thanos' snap that worn out half of humanity on the finish of "Avengers: Infintiy Battle." Rolling Stone senior author Jamil Smith was one of many outstanding individuals to name out the unique poster. "BLACK PANTHER star Danai Gurira is the one actor pictured whose identify isn’t billed on the prime," Smith tweeted. "Her picture is bigger than some actors who do get that billing. The one one from the franchise’s greatest and most worthwhile film, and but? @MarvelStudios, this isn’t troublesome. Repair this." SEE ALSO: 'Captain Marvel' is the most recent film to be attacked by on-line trolls, and Rotten Tomatoes would possibly make extra modifications to cease them Be part of the dialog about this story » NOW WATCH: How 'white savior' movies like 'Inexperienced Guide' damage Hollywood