Doctor Strange may have said that they are at the endgame, but for Marvel Studios that is hardly the case. Although it has almost been two months since the final Avengers film (that we know so far) premiered, it will surprisingly return to the big screen for a short while. Not just for those who haven’t seen the film yet but for those willing to pay and sit for three hours again just to catch the new post-credits scenes.
Marvel Studios has become both famous and notorious for its mid-credits and post-credits scenes. Those have been praised and lambasted for what is basically marketing for the next film. Regardless, moviegoers have expected such things from Marve movies that they were both shocked and disappointed at Endgame’s lack of a single one.
There will probably be debates as to whether that was the best way to end the four-film series and it seems that Marvel Studios was of the same mind. That said, after a week or so of being in theaters, it added a post-credit trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home. And, next week, there will proper scenes when the movie relaunches in cinemas.
That was the double whammy surprise revelation Kevin Feige gave Screen Rant during an interview for the upcoming Spider-Man film. The exec was naturally coy about the details but he mentions a deleted scene, a tribute, and a few surprises. That tribute could be for the late Stan Lee who passed away November last year.
Avengers: Endgame’s re-release will be a time-limited opportunity that will start June 28, though exact details are still unknown. It comes a week before Spider-Man: Far From Home premieres, hinting there might be a tie-in between the two films. It could also give Marvel Studios the $45 million it needs to match Avatar’s box office record.