- Avengers: Endgame has been a huge box office hit, closing off 11 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
- It was recently announced that the movie will have one more run at the theaters
- Along with the movie, there will be additional scenes, a tribute to Stan Lee, and a teaser for the upcoming movie Spider-Man: Far From Home
Avengers: Endgame has been a huge phenomenon for everyone, regardless if you are a comic book fan, a movie fan, or a person that casually watches movies every now and then. The fourth Avengers movie continues straight from where Avengers: Infinity War ended, and it caps off 11 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starting from the very first Iron Man movie.
It then came as a surprise when it was announced that Avengers: Endgame would have another run in the theaters.
In a Tweet coming from both the official Marvel Studios Twitter account and the Russo Brothers, along with the announcement, they showed a picture of a poster that will be given away exclusively in select theaters. The poster was of the iconic Nano Gauntlet with the words, “We love you 3000,” at the bottom, coming from Tony Stark’s line, “I love you 3000.” in the movie.
It was initially thought that the movie would only have the rerelease in the United States, but in a follow-up Tweet by the Russo Brothers, they said this will be a global release.
Along with the release of the movie once again, there will be a new intro from Anthony Russo, deleted scenes from the movie, a tribute for Stan Lee, and a teaser for the upcoming movie Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is another anticipated movie from Marvel Studios. Its story is set after the events of Endgame and tells of how Peter Parker deals with the aftermath and at the same time how he deals with new villains.
Rumors has been circulating as well that the rerelease was done so Avengers: Endgame can finally beat the record that James Cameron’s movie Avatar made.
Regardless of the rumor, a rewatch of the movie needs to be done, whatever it takes.
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