If Disney can get away with bringing Avengers: Endgame back to theatres with a few things ripped from the eventual Blu-ray release, why not Spidey? Sony has announced it’s re-releasing Spider-Man: Far From Home in theatres with a special “extended cut” that features a whopping... four extra minutes of footage. And we have a good guess what it might be.
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Avengers: Endgame might be Tony Stark’s story but it is, for better or worse at times, in many ways equally a love letter to Chris Evans’ journey as Captain America. So maybe it’s not surprising that one of the film’s most devilishly-difficult-to-spot Easter eggs in a cheeky callback to one of Cap’s cinematic foes.
Not a day goes by without someone, somewhere on the internet, feeling the need to express how they’ve been personally harmed by a news site focused on genre entertainment that committed the unforgivable sin of running headlines that very vaguely allude to the interesting parts of films and shows. “I have been slain by spoilers,” these people cry. “Why have you slain me?”
When the newly crowned highest-grossing film of all-time comes home, it doesn’t need many bells and whistles. People being able to experience Avengers: Endgame in their homes is likely enough. And the release, which has about an hour of special features, leans into that. It doesn’t give us a lot but what it gives us is good.
Deleted scenes allow fans to make a movie they love even longer. Sure, most of the time those scenes were deleted for very specific reasons, but seeing them is always like getting a few extra presents on your birthday. They make what was already good, even better. This goes doubly for a film as massive as Avengers: Endgame.
Think back to 2008, when Marvel Studios released their first feature film, Iron Man. Despite the two being completely unrelated Marvel brought Black Sabbath's 'Iron Man' into the fold, adding it to the end credits and using it in marketing. Now someone's gone and added it to the climax of Avengers: Endgame's final battle, and the results are damn-near perfect.
This month, nearly a decade to the month after the release of its predecessor, Nintendo released Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, a return to the beloved ARPG Marvel gaming series that takes comic book crossover mania to a team-based beat ‘em up conclusion. But it also serves as a reminder that... god, things were so different back when Ultimate Alliance 2 was coming out, weren’t they?
Video: Where is Gamora? It’s one of the biggest questions at the end of Avengers: Endgame and, in a newly released deleted scene, the question is almost answered. More importantly though, that answer comes amid a whole new reaction to the death of one of the MCU's most beloved characters.
Every San Diego Comic-Con, Hasbro lifts the lid on what fans can expect from its line of toys and collectibles from the galaxy far, far away as well as the comics and movie universes of Marvel. This year is no exception, with everything from some very cute Star Wars figures to... Squirrel Girl on a moped?? Hell yeah!
One might think it’s weird that two people with names you’ve maybe never heard of had their own Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. But it becomes clearer when one goes over the list of movies they’ve written. Captain America: The First Avenger. Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Captain America: Civil War. Avengers: Infinity War. And, most recently, Avengers: Endgame.
Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, couldn’t show up to Hall H of San Diego Comic-Con two months after the release of their movie and not do something big. And that’s exactly what they did.
Being in a Marvel movie is, according to Disney, serious, serious business.
Not just any rear, mind you. Instead, the finest America has to offer, with a bonus Age of Ultron gag for good measure!