- ‘Watchmen’ delivers a surprisingly conventional superhero finale Sunday 10:11 PM
- Facebook ads are spreading misinformation about HIV Sunday 10:11 PM
- Military investigates students’ suspected white power hand signs at football game Sunday 9:41 PM
- North Carolina man allegedly stole $88K then posted it on Instagram Sunday 8:34 PM
- People are pissed a CGI influencer said she was sexually assaulted Sunday 4:56 PM
- BTS’ RM says he’s lost 33 AirPods Sunday 3:59 PM
- Taylor Swift’s ‘hyper-realistic’ cat cake is scaring fans Sunday 3:03 PM
- Nick Cannon is reportedly playing his Eminem diss track on repeat Sunday 1:20 PM
- College quarterback blasted by ex-girlfriend in savage AF breakup TikTok Sunday 12:27 PM
- Hallmark pulls ad featuring lesbian couple after conservative protest Sunday 11:27 AM
- Actress’ tweet calling out fellow passenger for not moving seats backfires Sunday 10:43 AM
- The 10 most influential hashtags of the decade Sunday 6:30 AM
- A lonely grandma sought family to spend Christmas with on Craigslist Saturday 5:45 PM
- Airbnb bans white supremacists tied to Iron March forum Saturday 5:07 PM
- Did a Twitter user really get tricked into naming baby ‘Jack Ingof’? Saturday 4:46 PM
This article contains spoilers.
Avengers: Endgame returned to theaters on Friday with some additional footage included after the credits, giving Marvel fans one last chance to watch the film before the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home—as well as a pretty blatant attempt on Disney’s part to try and beat Avatar’s global box office record. Now we know exactly what that entails.
The scene, which is reportedly about one minute in length and isn’t completely rendered (and one version of the clip is in Russian), gives us a glimpse into how the Hulk has been spending his time outside of the Avengers. He appears to be in control, having merged the Hulk with Bruce Banner, as he arrives on the scene to rescue civilians from danger. Instead of a Hulk smash, it’s a Hulk save.
No wonder the Hulk had admirers who interrupted a meal with Scott Lang to ask him for a selfie.
As far as what it would’ve added to Endgame, it wouldn’t have been much. Some of the sentiment of a Hulk hellbent on using his powers to help people is already evident in the film that we got, so it’s easy to see why this scene was cut. But even with the promise of some Far From Home footage to also entice fans, the deleted scene doesn’t do much to argue for seeing Endgame again before you sit down to watch Far From Home next week—unless that was already your game plan in the first place.
- Everyone is roasting Marvel’s new Avengers video game
- Robert Downey Jr. is basically just Tony Stark now
- The creators of ‘Avengers: Endgame’ have gone full J.K. Rowling
Got five minutes? We’d love to hear from you. Help shape our journalism and be entered to win an Amazon gift card by filling out our 2019 reader survey.
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.