Marvel Studios Limited Time Avengers: Endgame reissued, released to theaters over the weekend with only a restored deleted scene along with additional bonus content, had little to work with in the form of cutting footage.
An unfinished scene that was reinstated for the movie as part of the Bring Back event captures a now-smart Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) after a five-year time-leap as he jumps into action to rescue civilians from a burning building. As explained by co-author Christopher Markus, the short scene fell because it "came out more like noise than as content."
Other traces of recordings left on the rocky floor had no reason to exist as part of Endgame 's already 1
"We have almost everything in this movie we shot," says Joe Russo Collider .
Added Anthony Russo, "We love tight, propelling storytelling. We like movies that are very close to what they offer you moment by moment, so when you return to them, there is more to keep chewing on. We are trying to structure movies that are very tight and it's a tight three hours. "
Its three-hour runtime remained a constant" since we performed the first cut of the movie, "Joe said earlier Box Office Pro .
"Even though we have shot a lot of pictures between now and then, we have swapped things out and the water is at the same level because the story is so dense. We have so many characters that we work with again that requires it kind of running time. "
Six other deleted scenes -" Goji Berries "," Bombs on Board "," Suckiest Army in the Galaxy "Used for Frickin & # 39; Live Here & # 39;, & Tony & Howard & # 39; and Avengers Take a Knee & # 39; – will be made exclusively available as part of the special features included in Endgame Digital HD release, July 30, and the release of Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD 13 . August.
And the latest release Endgame also contains additional content that remains exclusive to theaters as part of the Bring Back event: a tribute to that late creates Stan Lee, a message from Anthony Russo and a sneaky look at Spider-Man: Far from home in theaters July 2nd.
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