Haven’t had enough of Avengers: Endgame?
Well, you’ll be happy to know that the biggest film of 2019 is headed back to cinemas by the end of June.
Marvel Studios President, Kevin Fiege disclosed and clarified that the version of the film is not an extended cut of the film but rather one that would have a deleted scene at the end of the credits, a little tribute (to Stan Lee) and a few surprises.
Endgame so far has earned $2.743 billion at the worldwide box office, making it one of the highest-grossing films of ever. However, it hasn’t yet unseated James Cameron’s Avatar, which earned $2.787 billion in 2009. It’s unclear if the Marvel Studios film will manage to finally unseat the current highest-grossing movie ever. But given that this re-release will lure geeks and Marvel maniacs back into the movie to relive this once in a lifetime cinematic experience, we are hopeful that this will do the trick.
No confirmation yet if the said changes will be part of its subsequent Blu-ray and DVD release or if the change will take effect in all cinemas around the world that are still showing the film.
The new cut of the film is expected to drop on June 28 in cinemas in the United States.