Kevin Feige Confirms Avengers: Endgame Extended Theatrical Cut Coming
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has confirmed that the studio plans to release an Avengers: Endgame Extended theatrical cut before the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
While not directly commenting on it, it seems like Feige is down with dethroning James Cameron’s Avatar as the movie with the most earnings of all time. This week, Endgame came up $50 million short of removing Avatar from its domestic box office record. The Russo Brothers directed film earned $2,742,491,359 from a global scale. Meanwhile Avatar is still sitting pretty on its perch with $2,787,965,087.
The challenge here is that there are other summer blockbusters coming out which limits the number of screens that will still play the Endgame. Movies like Sony’s Spider-Man: Far From Home and Paramount’s Hobbs and Shaw are poised to generate their own buzz at the box office and could really impeded Endgame from getting what it wants…
Feige recently had an interview with Comicbook.com during a press junket for “Far From Home” where he kinda confirms that there are extras for audience.
Screenrant states that it won’t really be called Avengers: Endgame extended theatrical cut but just an extended edition. Viewers can expect to see “a deleted scene, a little tribute, and a few surprises.”