Marvel re-releases 'Avengers:Endgame', receives huge backlash for unfinished Hulk scene 

WION Web Team
New Delhi Published: Jul 02, 2019, 07:08 PM(IST)

'Avengers; The Endgame' poster. Photograph:( Twitter )

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Twitter is up in arms over the half-finished scene with many comparing it to the 2003 Hulk game and the infamous CGI upper lip of Superman in Justice League.

Marvel may have decided to re-release ' Avengers: Endgame' in order to compete with the all-time collection 'Avatar' but fans are not too happy with the additional scenes that feature in the new version of the film. 

The new footage in the film is reportedly a tribute to Stan Lee. It’s not new but has been cut by taking clips from the various cameos he did during his life in Marvel films. The footage features a deleted scene that has Hulk --many speculate that it could be his introduction shot as it has a perfect balance of Mark Ruffalo’s character Hulk merged with his alter-ego, Bruce Banner. 

The scene has Hulk saving some children from a fire and making a phone call. However, Hulk isn’t properly depicted and even his mouth doesn’t move when he delivers his dialogue- which obviously hasn't gone down too well with fans. 

Twitter is, in fact, up in arms over the half-finished scene with many comparing it to the 2003 Hulk game and the infamous CGI upper lip of Superman in Justice League.

“They could have done ANYTHING literally ANYTHING with the amount of footage they have. they could give us bloopers, deleted scenes, but they chose to give us a half-assed clip that wasn’t even completely rendered?? why???” an angry fan wrote on Twitter.

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Disney had re-released the film last week in North America in a bid to cross the lifetime earning of 'Avatar'  which remains unbeaten since 2010. The re-release includes a special message from co-director Anthony Russo, a preview of 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' and a Stan Lee tribute. The bonus material will also be available on DVD and BluRay August onwards. 

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