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July 05, 2020  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game, Gallery Updates

At long long LONG last the Alternative vormir Death scene is available to be seen thanks to Disney+ that launched in March in the UK with a ton of new deleted scenes from Avengers: Endgame why they could not have just not added them to the Blu-Ray I don’t no but I was able to get Screen Captures from it before it stop you doing that. This version is far more a fight for Nat and Clint and less emotions but for me I love this one far more then what we got in the movie and it was just a better ending to Nat for me. They are not full HQ Screen Captures but they are not bad and are now up in the gallery. Now when will all the other bits we have seen clips of but not in full come out?.

August 18, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

A big congrats to Scarlett for winning the 2019 Teen Choice Award for Choice Action Movie Actress and Choice Action Movie for Avengers Endgame. unfortunately Scarlett did not make the show as she is still filming/having a brake from Black Widow at this time.

July 31, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game, Gallery Updates

Yesterday Avengers Infinity War was released on digital download and after a little looking I got my hands on the 1080p blu-ray quality version complete with extras but I may still re do them with Blu-Ray disk caps when it come’s out on September 2nd in the Uk. Scarlett reprises her role as Natasha Romanov / Black Widow for the last time in the current timeline with the end of 11 years of movies in the Infinity Sage and the top grossing movie of all time Avengers: Endgame. Unfortunately Natasha was one of the one’s who had to die to save the worlds and people and it was done well and capping this made me cry again but I do wish that they had gone with the original version with the big fight as I see that being more Natasha’s way of going my self. This time round Scarlett was in a lot of the bonus features and even got her own one Black Widow: Whatever It Takes, Woman Of The MCU, Visionary Intro, The Russo Brothers: Journey To Endgame, Avengers Script Security and the Secret Scenes of Infinity War and Endgame, A Man Out Of Time: Creating Captain America, Remembering Stan Lee, Gag Reel and one Deleted Scene: Suckiest Army In The Glaxy however none of the missing scenes from the trailers are in the deleted scene’s are we no there are 4 so when the phase 3 box set come’s out an more features are on that I’m hoping they turn up as they did with Age Of Ultron in the phase 2 box set. The physical versions of the movie will be releases on August 13th in the US and September 2nd in the UK.

July 20, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

OMG we may yet get to see the alternate version of Hawkeye and Black Widow on Vormir as the Japanese commercial for Avengers: Endgame shows a lot of footage from it’s deleted footage and it looks like it would have been a lot better way to send her off if you ask me.

July 18, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

Here is a little clip from the upcoming Avengers: Endgame Blu-Ray release were Scarlett talk’s about Nat’s sacrifice

June 20, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

June 19, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

Screen Rant – Kevin Feige reveals Avengers: Endgame will return to theaters next week with additional post-credit surprises. The latest Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster originally premiered in late April, and had one of the most incredible box office runs ever. Debuting with a whopping $1.2 billion worldwide, the film quickly rose up the all-time charts and only recently saw its business slow down. Currently, Endgame is the second highest-grossing movie globally and domestically, with $2.743 billion earned.

Endgame was a legitimate challenger to Avatar’s all-time worldwide record of $2.788 billion, but ultimately fell short of passing it due to the competitive summer movie season. Would-be tentpoles like Dark Phoenix and Men in Black: International may have bombed, but they still took away screens and repeat viewings from Endgame. It would appear the only way Endgame could potentially beat Avatar is if it gets a re-release, and that is in the cards.

In an interview with Screen Rant during the Spider-Man: Far From Home junket, Feige confirmed Endgame will be re-released on June 28. While it isn’t an extended cut of the 3-hour epic, it will have extra surprises for people who stick around:

Not an extended cut, but there will be a version going into theaters with a bit of a marketing push with a few new things at the end of the movie. If you stay and watch the movie, after the credits, there’ll be a deleted scene, a little tribute, and a few surprises. Which will be next weekend.

The timing of this re-release makes a lot of sense. Endgame re-opens just a few days prior to Far From Home’s premiere, giving fans the opportunity to rewatch Endgame before catching up with Peter Parker on his next solo adventure. Those two movies are linked; Far From Home marketing has made it very clear Peter is still mourning the loss of his mentor, Tony Stark, and has to rise up to the challenge of becoming “the next Iron Man” to keep Earth safe. With that in mind, Endgame and Far From Home should make for a compelling double feature, as they work together to close out Phase 3. As for the “new things” after the credits, it sounds like they will essentially be Blu-ray bonus features on the big screen. Endgame’s home media release will undoubtedly include deleted scenes and fun surprises. It’ll be interesting to see if the tribute is for the late Stan Lee, who passed away in November 2018.

As of this writing, Endgame is about $45 million away from matching Avatar’s record. The re-release will help close that gap somewhat, but it still might not be enough to make Endgame the king of the box office world. Die-hard fans of the MCU will definitely want to check Endgame out again, but there may not be incentive for general audiences – especially since Toy Story 4 will be the blockbuster of the moment and Far From Home is on the horizon. Coincidentally, Avatar had a re-release of its own, which tallied $10.7 million domestically. That’s barely a blip on the radar compared to its overall total, so Endgame may still be a close second when it’s all said and done.

May 05, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

May 05, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

May 05, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

The #Avengers are immortalizing their legacy at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood! We’re talking with Scarlet Johansson and Kevin Feige about what it means to have the Marvel legacy cemented in Hollywood!

April 30, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

LUIS SANDOVAL INTERVIEWS THE ACTORS DAYS BEFORE THE RELEASE OF “AVENGERS ENDGAME”

April 30, 2019  Abby Comments are off Avengers: End Game

Movies MXDN – What can you say about a film franchise that stretches over a staggering twenty-two movies? How do you even begin to unpack that? It’s impressive enough that something like this was ever even created to begin with, much less successfully thought through. When you think about it, the biggest lapse in continuity throughout all of it was when Don Cheadle replaced Terrance Howard to continue the character of James Rhodes / War Machine. Considering the cast stretched amidst all these movies—and given the fact that people die, sometimes tragically, in the real world—it’s amazing that something as jam-packed as Avengers: Endgame was even ever possible. Any master tactician would have struggled to even think through the logistical nightmare that would have been filming this movie. All the credit in the world is due to the Anthony Russo and Joe Russo duo for bringing this organized insanity into reality. In lesser hands, it would have been a jangled mess of titanic proportions. As it stands after a first viewing, it’s a superhero finale that fans have yearned for, literally for decades. Nothing we’ve seen to this point has rendered a movie this close to what childhood imaginations would envision. It is all things simultaneously: credible, cathartic, hilarious, and poignant.

The difficulty herein lies in trying to review something in which practically every single scene would spoil some piece of a story that has been carefully crafted going all the way back to 2008. There are many twists and turns. Long lost characters return. Places previously visited are seen again. Yes, bad things happen. The stakes are high and nothing this climactic would play out easily. But we can’t tell you much of anything without ruining the experience. If you have come this far and seen some or all of these movies, you owe it to yourself to see this one, to laugh and cry along with these characters you have invested so much in, in this, their greatest and most important battle. What the producers have said is true: damn near every minute of this film is a spoiler. We’ll confine ourselves to what we can say that won’t ruin the magic for everyone that deserves to see it come to fruition in-person.

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