To attract all the die hard fans of Marvel. Marvel Studios has re-released Avengers: Endgame in select North American theatres. This includes a deleted scene, a tribute to Stan Lee and a scene from Far From Home. It is being said that one of the reasons of re-releasing Avengers: Endgame is to get ahead of Avatar in the global box office collection.

The other and probably the biggest motive is to promote Spider-Man: Far From Home, the upcoming MCU film.

The scene begins with the Stan Lee tribute. The footage is not new and has been cut by taking clips from the Marvel legend shooting his famous cameos in dozens of Marvel films over the years. It ends with the text, “Stan, we love you 3000,” which is a callback from a line spoken in the film.

The next scene is deleted scene, which involves the Hulk. Mark Ruffalo’s character merged with the Angry Hulk to create the perfectly balanced creature with brains of Banner and power of the Hulk.

The final scene is from Spider Man: Far from homecoming. Nick has seen a cyclone with a destroying people and property. The scene ends when they hear movement and turn to face the Elemental.