Yes, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has confirmed that Avengers: Endgame is heading back to the big screen for a theatrical re-release with extra scenes next weekend. Marvel Cinematic Universe producer Kevin Feige made sure to clarify that this isn't an extended cut of the film. "So, I refuse to kinda consider it, you know?" While it came close to Avatar's record-holding $2,787,965,087, it seemed like Endgame just wouldn't be able to top it, as more and more summer releases began to force it out of screens. He sacrificed his life while snapping with the gauntlet in Avengers: Endgame that marked the end of the Infinity saga. He said, "We are doing that", and further added, "I don't know if it's been announced". A single week to promote the re-release isn't ideal, but it was clearly timed to coincide with the impending arrival of Far From Home. And I don't know how much [new footage]... Speaking to Screenrant, the Marvel executive described the additions as "a few new things at the end of the movie". One wonders if the Endgame post-credits scene will be directly tied to the Spidey sequel, which is set after the latest Avengers movie and will find Peter Parker reeling from the death of his mentor, Tony Stark.
Right now, the fourth Avengers movie, which has finally been slowing down at the box office after an astounding run, sits at $2.74 billion. From what we understand, there'll be deleted footage that didn't make it into the initial cut included and also a few surprises after the credits. "Yeah, we're doing it next weekend". Per Box Office Mojo, Avatar is now the box office record holder with $2.788 billion, but Endgame's box office came very close, raking up $2.743 billion.
Notre Dame holds first mass since fire
A temporary structure could be erected there to host worshippers while the cathedral is rebuilt. The damaged cathedral. fix work is underway, but it expected to take years.
Spider-Man: Far From Home, the last installment in the MCU's Phase 3, swings into theaters everywhere July 2.