Avengers Endgame Re-Release In India With Post-Credit Scenes, Screening On Limited Screens

Avengers Endgame Re-Release In India With Post-Credit Scenes, Screening On Limited Screens

Last week, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige in an interview said that there would be a deleted scene, a tribute, and some extra surprises for fans in re-release.

The time isn’t over for Avengers Endgame after all. Released on 26 April 2019, the film had a record-breaking opening in India. It became the first Hollywood movie to cross the Rs 300 benchmark in India.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster movie that enjoyed a long two-month run at the theatres across the globe has been re-released.

Followed by its re-release in the United States, the movie has made a comeback in Indian theatres too. What is special about it?

Well, apparently the newer version of the movie comes with a few minutes of extra footage that wasn’t a part of the original release.

This features an 18 –second unfinished deleted scene including Bruce Banner or the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), a beautiful tribute to Stan Lee and the opening scene from Spider-Man: Far From Home.

The Spider-Man: Far From Home released in India to a great response. The movie has till now collected 12.10 crores at the Box-Office on the first day of its release. It’s a happy start for Spidey in India after all.

The Avengers Endgame re-release has been restricted to partner multiplexes like PVR Cinemas, Cinepolis and INOX and a few others in metro cities.

The theatres in big cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad have decided to go ahead with single time-slot which is usually the last one for the day.

Most of the theatre owners have agreed to release the film in 2D version excluding a few that will still be running it in 3D and 4DX versions. The film has been released in the English language only.

The original Avenger Endgame by James Cameron surpassed Titanic’s lifetime Box-Office collection making it the second highest-grossing movie till date.

The re-release of Avengers: Endgame (2.76$ Billion) is Marvel Studios’ last attempt to exceed the lifetime collections of Avatar (2.788$ Billion).

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