The re-release of Avengers: Endgame has been criticized by many as well as many. While some fans believe the re-release – with the goal of taking over the record Avatar – sparked a friendly competition between two mega success stories, others smell a money-hungry trick that comes from a franchise that I do not need financial resources.
Whether you a proponent or opponent of the decision is: is it worth it? Now that the re-release has been available for quite some time, many fans have come to the theater to replay the epic 3-hour epic. Was it worth the time? First, we have to discuss that the "extra footage" exists.
What additional footage does the re-release of "Avengers: Endgame" consist of?
* Additional footage spoilers ahead.
The reissue of Avengers: Endgame contains some exciting new footage, but it's not a director's cut, and there are also no "almost" scenes recorded in the movie's meat Films, as many fans initially assumed, would be the case. Instead, there are some additions at the beginning and at the end.
According to Cnet, the reissue opens with Tom Holland informing the fans that a preview for Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released after Avengers: Endgame . Anthony and Joe Russo then perform and ask the fans to stay "special" after the credits.
After seeing Avengers: Endgame fans will experience a heartwarming tribute to the late Stan Lee Lee explains that he wrote the comics to pay the rent, and never thought that his work would become the phenomenon that did it.
Fans will also witness a deleted scene with The Hulk. The clip shows how The Hulk, according to Cnet, saves people from a burning building before a call comes in from Captain America. The opening scene of Spider-Man: Far From Home follows Hulk's brief rescue mission and telephone conversation.
Was the extra footage in the re-release of "Avengers: Endgame" worth the fans' time?
Fans have commented on the additional footage, and the consensus is: If you want to see Endgame again for the extra footage, you may want to suspend it. When discussing the republication, the fans expressed themselves as follows:
"The ticket price was not worth it (and I paid $ 5 for the matinee)."
"… I would say if If you're there for new content that's not worth it, then check out Spiderman instead. When you're there to generally watch Endgame again, then for sure.
While many fans joined to explain that the extra footage in and of itself might not be worth the three-hour engagement, Endgame becomes a classic, which is reason enough to go to the theater again.
You will only have enough time to see the completion of such an epic saga in theaters. In this case, the additional footage can act as a small bonus to the viewing experience. One fan said:
"I do not mind if the extra scenes are worth it after the end of the credits, I'll only really see them again because I know I'd probably regret it, Endgame was not seen one last time to have the cinema. Also, I've seen Infinity War for the fourth time in the cinema, so four times, so it's perfectly balanced.
The Hulk scene and the Stan Lee tribute may be satisfying additions to it, but if you do not want to replay the entire movie, suspend this reissue. The material is probably not worth your time and money, and it will soon be available in other ways.