Avengers: Endgame is heading back to theatres in the US and will be receiving an official post-credits scene. The rerelease titled Avengers: Endgame With Bonus content will be landing in cinemas on 28 June 2019.
Marvel Studios co-president, Kevin Feige revealed via Screen Rant the new version of Avengers Endgame will be returning for a limited-time run and will contain a couple of scenes not seen in the original film. Feige revealed, “stay and watch the movie, after the credits, there’ll be a deleted scene, a little tribute, and a few surprises.”
While he did not reveal exactly what moviegoers will be seeing at the end of the film this time around, teasers point to a series of scenes that could be different from the traditional “post-credit” clips in past films.
Keep in mind that this rerelease into theatres comes one week before the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home release suggesting the clips could have some tie into the film.
According to the Cinemark listing spotted on Reddit, the film will run 188 minutes and the extra footage will be seven minutes long. The intro of the film where the Marvel logo appears will also be changed to a Stan Lee tribute version most likely showcasing his cameos across the series.
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Will the post-credits scene reveal any future Marvel films? Who knows but we will have to wait until people watch the rerelease in order to get the official breakdown. These scenes will also most likely be included in the Blu-Ray and digital releases of the film later this year.
We have reached out to Disney South Africa to confirm whether or not we will be receiving this limited-timed rerelease and where and when you can get tickets.