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Old 08-09-2019, 11:38 AM
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How well do you know the cast of Marvel Studios' #AvengersEndgame? Round 2! Make it a movie night when you get the film on Digital now and Blu-ray 8/13: http://bit.ly/AvEndgame
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Old 08-09-2019, 07:51 PM
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Old 08-14-2019, 06:09 PM
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Old 08-16-2019, 08:22 PM
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Anybody bought this yet? I'm going to when I get paid next.
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Old 08-16-2019, 09:51 PM
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Yep, bought mine Tuesday.
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Old 08-17-2019, 06:56 PM
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Yep, bought mine Tuesday.
Which version did ya get? Have ya watched all the extras yet?
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Old 08-17-2019, 08:57 PM
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The extras suck lol. They're not bad per se, but for this being the penultimate movie Avengers movie, they're not that great either.
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Old 08-18-2019, 07:35 PM
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The extras suck lol. They're not bad per se, but for this being the penultimate movie Avengers movie, they're not that great either.
Well, that's disappointing. Is there at least a good making-of/special effects doc?
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Collider gives a description of the features. Some of the interviews and stuff is taken from the other movies special features or are parts of interviews we already saw.

Digital Exclusive:

Steve and Peggy: One Last Dance (6 minutes) – Explore Captain America and Peggy Carter’s bond, forged in moments from previous films that lead to a momentous choice in Avengers: Endgame. It’s a great chance to look back on the on-again/off-again relationship between Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter, from the moment they met to the moment they shared their first dance.


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Remembering Stan Lee (~8 minutes) – Filmmakers and cast honor the great Stan Lee in a fond look back at his MCU movie cameos. It’s a touching retrospective for the late, great creator of many of Marvel’s most famous faces, and it’s a fun look back at all of his cameos over the years. Plus, you get a lot of behind-the-scenes shots with the cast and crew over the years.

Setting The Tone: Casting Robert Downey Jr. (5 minutes) – Hear the tale of how Robert Downey Jr. was cast as Tony Stark in the original “Iron Man” — and launched the MCU. Kevin Feige, Jon Favreau, and casting director Sarah Halley Finn. They address the fact that RDJ wasn’t exactly a “family friendly” entity at the time, but in hindsight that was brilliant casting. You get to see the original screen test from Robert Downey Jr. along with commentary from RDJ himself and producer Louis D’Esposito. Gwyneth Paltrow, co-producer Victoria Alonso, and the MCU co-stars weigh in on everything Tony Stark and RDJ, from 2008’s Iron Man that started it all, all the way up through Endgame.

A Man Out of Time: Creating Captain America (12 minutes) – Trace the evolution of Captain America with those who helped shape the look, feel and character of this compelling hero. Kevin Feige talks about the importance of Captain America as the backbone of the MCU but also how vital screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely were to Cap’s stories. Director Joe Johnston talks about the importance of the audience falling for Steve Rogers while Markus and McFeely comment on the fans never forgetting that “skinny Steve Rogers” exists within Captain America. In a fun addition, fans get to hear from the MCU’s artist Ryan Meinerding who’s responsible for translating the iconic comic book characters and their costumes to the big screen; Cap’s costume evolution is one of the best in the MCU franchise. Meinerding’s concept art, highlighting dynamic moments that became some of our favorite on-screen moments, is also showcased. The creative team, including Evans, also address the actor’s initial reluctance to taking on the role; the cast and crew weigh in on Evans and his take on the character he’s helped to make even more famous. Evans himself closes out this “incredible chapter in [his] life” with his own comments.

Black Widow: Whatever It Takes (7 minutes)– Follow Black Widow’s journey both within and outside the Avengers, including the challenges she faced and overcame along the way. Scarlett Johansson, Jon Favreau, and Robert Downey Jr. go back to Iron Man 2 and the introduction of Natasha “Natalie” Romanoff, followed by her part to play in 2012’s Avengers team-up. The cast and crew journey through the rest of the MCU and lay out Black Widow’s character arc, which is nice to see isolated for once as it highlights some great moments. And it all leads up to what the Russos call “the single most heroic moment in the history of the Marvel Universe.” Johansson talks about her character as someone who’s spent her whole life searching for a purpose finally finding that purpose.

The Russo Brothers: Journey to Endgame (6 minutes) – See how Anthony and Joe Russo met the challenge of helming two of the biggest films in cinematic history … back-to-back! A great, classic behind-the-scenes look at some of the MCU’s biggest movies and how the Russos handled the logistics. Kevin Feige talked about watching their work on Captain America: Civil War and the decision to have them head up Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. The Russos, who admittedly had no real time for set-up between films, say that they were only able to pull it off because of the narrative cohesion from one to the next. The cast and crew weigh in on watching how the Russos managed the day to day on set.

The Women of the MCU (6 minutes) – MCU women share what it was like to join forces for the first time in an epic battle scene — and be part of such a historic ensemble. Scarlett Johansson, Evangeline Lilly, Danai Gurira, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Brie Larson are joined by EVP Victoria Alonso, EP Trinh Tran, and the Russos on the importance of showing the strength and range of the MCU’s powerful female characters. Then, Letitia Wright, Elizabeth Olsen, and Karen Gillen join them to comment on the powerful scene they share on screen in Avengers: Endgame in their charge against Thanos’ forces.


Bro Thor (4 minutes)– His appearance has changed but his heroism remains! Go behind the scenes to see how Bro Thor was created. Less of a retrospective of the God of Thunder as a character and more of a specific focus on “Fat Thor”, this silly special feature show’s how Thor came to look “like melted ice cream”, as Rocket puts it. (That’s a Creature Comforts’ Tropicália IPA, by the way.) Hemsworth had to wear a 60-70 pound fat suit as well as hair/beard implants and cheek inserts to fatten up his face, which also changed his voice a bit. The cast talks about Hemsworth’s range and ability, and how the character is able to find a sense of redemption and worth despite letting himself go physically. And they close it all out with a quick but fun series of outtakes that should have you cracking up.

Gag Reel – Laugh along with the cast in this epic collection of flubs, goofs and gaffes from set.


Visionary Intro – Intro by directors Joe and Anthony Russo.

Audio Commentary – Audio commentary by directors Anthony and Joe Russo, and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.

Six Deleted Scenes –

“Goji Berries” – At the Stark Family home, Tony and Pepper goof around in the kitchen and talk about their alpaca, which you also get to see outside.

“Bombs on Board”- Steve talks to Rhodes about crashing the Valkyrie into the ocean and why he had to do it, despite Rhodes asking why he didn’t just jump out.

“Suckiest Army in the Galaxy”- Rocket Raccoon, in a pre-vis, laughs at the Avengers for not knowing to just take out the Chitauri mothership rather than fight them for hours.

“You Used to Frickin’ Live Here”- Another pre-vis for Rocket where he trades barbs with Thor while on Asgard in the past.

“Tony and Howard” – An extended scene between Tony Stark and his father Howard Stark in the past. Howard offers him a job but Tony is “a little tied up in Futures, right now.”

“Avengers Take a Knee” – An alt send-off scene in which Pepper grieves over Tony while the gathered Avengers take a knee, led by Hawkeye. It’s a good thing they deleted this one because, while it’s touching, it’s a little goofy in execution.
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Old 08-19-2019, 12:48 AM
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I did like the features about Stan Lee, and casting RDJ, CE, and SJ. The only deleted scene I liked was The Avengers taking a knee for Iron Man. The rest of the deleted scenes are short and lame. My main gripe is them always leaving out deleted scenes we know about. We kept hearing about the one where Tony sees his daughter after he snaps like Thanos saw Gamora in IW. Even the Hulk deleted scene from the re-release wasn't on the blu ray (even though that was a lame scene too lol) I just know they have SO MANY MORE better deleted scenes and they keep releasing these halfassed ones on the blu rays. I don't get it.
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Old 08-20-2019, 07:49 AM
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Maybe they're saving the good ones for the Collector's set.
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Old 08-20-2019, 07:31 PM
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Maybe they're saving the good ones for the Collector's set.
Speaking of lame...you're probably right there.

That does sound disappointing. I'm not sure it's worth buying for me. I have no desire to even watch it again. I was gonna buy it for the extras.
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Old 09-02-2019, 03:01 PM
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Old 09-02-2019, 06:56 PM
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I haven't even thought about Avengers 5 since it seems to be so far away but I wonder what will happen in it. I'm going to miss seeing Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Widow in it whenever it happens.
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