All the extra scenes added in the new re-release version of Avengers: Endgame - KNine Vox
July 4, 2019 Entertainment

All the extra scenes added in the new re-release version of Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame has been a massive and successful hit in the theaters all around the world. People who were really hyped to watch the movie were also hoping that it would break the records of Avatar. So, in order to do that, the directors of the film, the Russo brothers, made an attempt of re-releasing the movie with some extra scenes, and a tribute to Stan Lee.

The movie initially didn't have a post credit scene, so these are some of the things that are new in the movie.

1. A stan Lee tribute

The tribute clearly shows as to how much he meant to the Marvel universe. There are clips of him doing interviews and they are all pasted together for an emotional tribute.

2. A deleted scene including the Hulk

The deleted scene is what was presumably the original introduction to Professor Hulk, showing Bruce operating as a superhero and rescuing civilians from a burning building. He's clearly something of a celebrity, with a good relationship with the emergency services; the fire service is completely relaxed about working with the Hulk.

3. A sneak peek into Spiderman: Far from home

Finally, the Avengers: Endgame re-release also features a very brief clip from the start of Spider-Man: Far From Home. In this scene, Nick Fury and Maria Hill arrive in the remote Mexican town of Ixtenco in Mexico. Fury has heard rumors of some sort of cyclone with a face wreaking havoc. Fury turns out to be right when Mysterio appears before them, cautioning the two super-spies that they don't want anything to do with this.

The fans were not happy with the new footage because they were expecting a scene where Iron Man travels into his consciousness into the soul stone right after the snap; the same thing that Thanos experienced after snapping. There Iron Man finds himself communicating with the older version of his daughter Morgan which is played by Katherine Langford.

Marvel has built a strong and positive relationship with their fanbase, hopefully, they'll do better next time with the re-release.

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