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Endgame Re-Release Post-Credits Scene Reportedly Revealed

We're approaching the endgame of Avengers: Endgame, when Marvel launches the re-release of the superhero flick on Friday, June 28. Though the secretive studio has gifted fans some details about what they can expect to see bookending Endgame, Marvel has kept quiet on the never-before-seen footage fans have been most excited for: an "unfinished deleted scene" that will play out after the credits. 

Where there's uncertainty, there's speculation, and Marvel zombies everywhere have tossed around theories left and right about what they might witness in the Avengers: Endgame re-release post-credits scene. Thanks to a recent report by the fine folks at We Got This Covered, we may have the answer as to what the sequence entails. 

Reportedly, the post-credits scene featured in the Avengers: Endgame re-release is focused on Mark Ruffalo's Professor Hulk. Unnamed sources close to the outlet claim that the sequence is about a minute long, and isn't the type of deleted scene that some viewers have been anticipating. The scene, which Marvel itself has confirmed is incomplete and was cut from the theatrical version of Endgame, is said to show Professor Hulk coming to the rescue when a group of children are in danger. Leaping into action, the big green guy jumps into a burning building and rescues the youngsters. Then, the scene ends. 

While it certainly isn't totally boring and does serve to further prove that Professor Hulk became a hero of the people in the five years after Thanos' (Josh Brolin) snap in Avengers: Infinity War, it doesn't do what many were hoping it would: tease what's up ahead in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It also doesn't hint at a future for the Hulk in Marvel's superhero movie world — which, given how likable the character is, is fairly disappointing. 

The purported Avengers: Endgame re-release post-credits scene also isn't the deleted sequence featuring Katherine Langford as an older Morgan Stark. Langford, whom most know as Hannah Baker on Netflix's drama series 13 Reasons Why, filmed a scene in which she appeared in front of her on-screen father, Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark, after he snapped his fingers using the Avengers' Infinity Gauntlet. His health quickly fading after powering the Gauntlet to defeat Thanos and his army, Tony's consciousness travels to a "metaphysical way station" where he sees his daughter, now much older than she appeared throughout Avengers: Endgame, who forgives him for making the ultimate sacrifice and leaving her to grow up without a father. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo clipped the scene from Endgame because they felt it made the already complicated movie even more complex, but fans have pinned their hopes on seeing it in the re-release. If We Got This Covered's report is to be believed, this scene won't ever roll out on the big screen. 

Not long after the Avengers: Endgame re-release happens will fans be able to purchase the film on digital, DVD, and Blu-ray — meaning that whatever deleted scenes aren't tacked on to the theatrical re-launch should, theoretically, be included in the home release. Anyone who is left underwhelmed by the reported post-credits scene centered on Professor Hulk should find satisfaction when Endgame launches on digital on July 30 and on Blu-ray on August 13. 

If the Avengers: Endgame re-release post-credits scene truly is just one that sees Hulk flinging himself into a burning building to save innocent kids, it could be a letdown for some. However, it isn't as if there's no other reason to head to see the re-release. Beyond the post-credits scene, the new version of Endgame (which isn't an extended cut, we should clarify) includes an introduction from director Anthony Russo, a tribute that's believed to honor the late Stan Lee, and a sneak peek at Spider-Man: Far From Home. Those who scurry off to cinemas for the re-release before lines start to form and screenings fill to capacity also have the chance to pick up an exclusive piece of Avengers: Endgame art — a poster that features an illustration of the Infinity Gauntlet with the bittersweet phrase "We love you 3,000" stamped along the bottom. 

Hopefully all that will be enough to make up for what could be a pretty unremarkable post-credits scene in the Avengers: Endgame re-release