At a press junket for "Spider-Man: Far From Home", Marvel chief Kevin Feige told Comicbook.com that the three-hour film would be re-released with a deleted scene, clearly meant to lure more people back to see it before it finishes its run in theaters. "Which will be next weekend".
In an interview with ComicBook.com, Feige said the superhero film will head back to the big screen with new material.
If you remember, "Avengers: Endgame" did not have a post-credits scene.
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Tom Holland who played Spider-Man in the film is now gearing up for his new release, Far From Home. As a result the box office collection of Avengers: Endgame has come to standstill at $2.743billion worldwide.
Endgame clung on to a spot in the US Top 10 last weekend, making another $3.7 million - bringing its domestic total to $830.7 million.
Kevin Feige said that the movie will be coming out next weekend, so fans should start reserving their seats. Avengers: Endgame is tantalisingly close to dethroning king Avatar though, and Disney knows this. "I don't know if it's been announced, and I don't know how much. I'm nearly disappointed that the movie did so well", Joe Russo told CinemaBlend's ReelBlend podcast back in May. It's still not quite caught up with James Cameron's Avatar, which managed to earn a whopping $2.788 billion throughout the length of its theatrical run. As per the latest reports, Avengers: Endgame will soon hit the theatres once again with a new marketing strategy to as to break the record of Avatar. If we're guessing, it could be additional scenes with Peter Parker (Tom Holland) aka Spider-Man, to help give Far From Home that narrative boost. Regardless, moviegoers have expected such things from Marve movies that they were both shocked and disappointed at Endgame's lack of a single one.