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Discussion in 'Movies' started by Jake Lipson, Apr 25, 2019.
The How It Should Have Ended spoof video for Endgame:
If Guardians 1 had been a bomb, they likely wouldn't have bothered to do Guardians 2. That wouldn't have affected these films too much because it was mostly a standalone movie except for the character development, but plot-wise, not a lot of what happened with Ego is directly touched upon in these films. Mantis would not have been introduced and probably wouldn't be in these films. I think what happens with Thanos and Gamora would probably still happen, but they might hare reduced the roles for Quill and the other Guardians in Infinity War in particular.
But like I said, I'm really glad we don't live in that world because Guardians is my favorite part of the MCU.
Lol, the Captain Marvel 'girl team' moment there is exactly the reaction I had to that scene, along with Thano's initial assault on the avengers compound.
If you're willing to shell out $800/night, you can stay in Tony Stark's lakeside cabin.
That is beyond my price range.
Good thing – for Thanos – that Galactus never heard about his plans. Otherwise, Infinity War and Endgame might have been much shorter:
Galactus: "I hear that you're trying to destroy my lunch …"
This appears to be real:
Endgame will be re-released next week (June 28) with added footage. How much is not clear.
Avengers: Endgame Officially Getting Re-Released With New Footage (Exclusive)
Hopefully it includes a shot of fallen Black Widow taking a sudden sharp breath, getting up, dusting herself off, and saying, "Well, that could have been worse!"
Sounds like it'll just be some new post-credits stuff.
Sounds about right. I don't see them re-editing the entire film to include new footage, regardless of how popular it is.
Yeah, Marvel has never done this. If they did, then you'd have pesky questions of which version is considered "canon" and whether stuff in the extended cut "counts" or not in terms of the continuing narrative of the MCU. However, if they can put some new stuff at the end of the credits, that might be enough to push it over Avatar. It's like $45 million away on a worldwide basis, which seems insurmountable if they didn't do some kind of re-release. But it's certainly within striking distance if MCU fans rush out to see this again before Far From Home, and I'm sure that's what the point of all this is. They want the record.
Personally, I'm not going back to see it theatrically just for new post-credits stuff. I'm sure some will, though.
I'd love to see it theatrically again if the venue is right. Not because of the new post-credits stuff, but because I was only able to see it once on the big screen and would like to do it once more.
Bingo - that'll be the determining factor for me as well.
I've seen it three times and will definitely consider going again next week if the timing is right. All of those previous times were on the smaller screens in my multiplex. Even on opening night, it was in almost every theater, but the largest screens started later in the evening. I went in at 6pm because I wanted to get out at a reasonable hour. I'd love it if the re-release brought it back to the largest screen. The post-credits stuff would be a nice bonus.
If I were to go see it theatrically again, I’d get a Stadium Buddy first.
I like how they're making a big deal about Endgame "coming back to theaters" when its screen count has never dipped below 1,100.
Yeah, it's never left my local places around here. I think it doesn't count as a re-release so much as a re-expansion/reeissue on account of whatever the bonus footage is.
Imagine the "bonus footage" is simply a wheel chair rolling into frame or the camera panning over a sign that says "The Baxter Buil..." The internet would go absolutely bonkers and Disney would add another 10% (at least) to their take once word got out.
I had to google what you meant by that. Was never a fan of the comic, and I tried to give a couple of the early movies a chance, at the time I'd have watched Jessica Alba read from a phone book...and very much did not like the films. If they were to (re)introduce them I would hope it's a clean slate kind of like Ruffalo's Hulk vs previous incarnations.