Vote 2020 graphic
Everything you need to know about and expect during
the most important election of our lifetimes

Here's What's in the Avengers: Endgame Re-Release, Hitting Theaters This Friday

What Marvel hopes a crowd of people looking to see Endgame again this weekend will look like.
What Marvel hopes a crowd of people looking to see Endgame again this weekend will look like.
Photo: Marvel Studios

It’s not much, but it’s probably going to be more than enough for Marvel Studios to swipe Avatar’s box office record.

Advertisement

After Kevin Feige confirmed to press last week that Marvel would be launching a new push before Avengers: Endgame’s theatrical run could come to an end just shy of Avatar’s $2.788 billion box office record, Marvel Studios have now officially given us information about what fans can expect out of the movie’s re-release, formally being dubbed as the “Bring Back” event.

Advertisement

Beginning Friday, June 28, select theaters will have stocks of a new poster to give fans coming to see the film again, depicting Tony Stark’s version of the Infinity Gauntlet. Meanwhile, the screening itself will include a new introduction from director Anthony Russo, “an unfinished deleted scene,” and a sneak peek of Spider-Man: Far From Home before it officially opens next week.

A thank you poster, from Marvel to all of us.
A thank you poster, from Marvel to all of us.
Image: Marvel Studios

Is it enough to warrant sitting in a movie theater for three hours again? Probably not. Are people gonna do it anyway and Marvel will get the sub-50 million it needs for its box office crown (or really, it’s a gauntlet, surely)? Absolutely.


For more, make sure you’re following us on our new Instagram @io9dotcom.

Advertisement

James is a News Editor at io9. He wants pictures. Pictures of Spider-Man!

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

angriergeek
Angrier Geek

Are people gonna do it anyway and Marvel will get the sub-50 million it needs for its box office crown (or really, it’s a gauntlet, surely)? Absolutely.

I’m going with “No.” I simply don’t see it. It’s run its course and it’s summer with other movies to see and honestly other things to actually do.

And honestly I’m hoping it fails to it’ll stop any future attempts at this ego-stroke bullshit. Though I wouldn’t mind Avatar being deprived of its only remaining instance of cultural significance.