Watch All Six Deleted Scenes From Avengers: Endgame In One Video


Shortly after dethroning Avatar as the highest-grossing movie of all time, Avengers: Endgame has officially been made available for purchase. Unfortunately, it can only be bought as a digital copy at the moment (a proper Blu-Ray release is scheduled for mid-August), but fans are now able to relive one of the MCU’s best films without having to shell out the cash to see it in theaters.

It probably comes as no surprise that the digital release packs in a handful of deleted scenes, too. After all, it seems both Disney and Marvel shot close to 1000 hours of footage for Infinity War and Endgamewhich means that more than just a few sequences were left on the cutting room floor.

In case you haven’t had the chance to watch these scenes yet, we’ve gone ahead and compiled them all into one video, which we’ve embedded above. For those who need a bit of a refresher, here’s a brief description of each, which will better explain how every moment ties into the theatrical release.

  • Goji Berries – Shortly before Cap, Black Widow, and Ant-Man show up at Tony and Pepper’s cabin to recruit him for the Time Heist, the husband and wife duo are talking about alpacas and berries ahead of lunchtime.
  • Crashing The Plane – While discussing the plan to retrieve the six Infinity Stones, Rhodey takes the time to troll Captain America in regards to his decision to crash a Hydra airship back in World War II.
  • Shaving Rocket – As Rocket trolls his teammates about their fight against the Chitauri during the Battle of New York, Tony responds in kind by shaving part of the raccoon’s head.
  • Bathroom Break – As Rocket and Thor try to retrieve the Reality Stone from Asgard, the God of Thunder takes a little break to relieve himself.
  • Father and Son – While traveling back to 1970 to retrieve the Tesseract, Tony has a bit of an extended conversation with his father.
  • Paying Respects – After Iron Man dies, every single Avenger kneels on the battlefield to pay tribute to their fallen leader and friend.

Avengers: Endgame is now available for digital purchase or rent on various streaming sites. Those who are looking for a physical copy though should hold out for the Blu-Ray release on August 13th.