Avengers: Endgame could rip Avatar of it's title to become the number one movie of all time, having grossed more than $2.7 BILLION worldwide since its release on April 26.
Following the huge success of the superhero film, Marvel will re-release the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War in cinemas, but when will you be able to watch it and will there be any new scenes? Here’s all you need to know.
When is the re-release date?
The re-release of Avengers: Endgame is set to hit cinemas on June 28.
It’s believed the superhero flick will earn Marvel hundreds of millions of dollars in additional revenue, while subsequently becoming the highest-grossing film of all time.
Avengers: Endgame first hit the big screen on April 25 and currently stands as the second highest grossing movie worldwide.
Avatar stills holds the number one spot, but following the re-release of Endgame, the fantasy film – helmed by James Cameron – is likely to find itself being pushed to number two.
Will there be new scenes?
Marvel boss Kevin Feige told ScreenRant that the forthcoming re-release is "not an extended cut, but there will be a version going into theatres with a bit of a marketing push with a few new things at the end of the movie."
He further explained that after fans have watched the film – again – following the end of the credits, they will be presented with a deleted scene, a tribute to Stan Lee, along with many other surprises.
While it doesn’t seem as if much will change from the narrative of the film everybody saw in Endgame, Marvel fans will be happy to hear that there’s new content to explore once the credits have rolled.
But is it worth seeing it again in cinemas?
Well, there’ll be seven minutes of additional content added to the film – so the decision is totally up to you.
Where can I get tickets?
So far, only Cineworld has confirmed that they’ll be screening the re-release, with a statement revealing that fans can order their tickets from June 24.
"There will be main showings Monday – Friday. Tickets will go on sale on 24 June and will be able to be booked on the Cineworld website.”
It’s still unclear whether there’ll be a slash in ticket prices for the re-release screening.
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