The biggest movie of the year — and of all time, thanks to the fact that it recently surpassed Avatar at the box office — is now available to own, which means we now have access to all that extra Avengers: Endgame content that comes with the digital release. The Blu-ray release, by the way, happens on August 13th, so you still have to wait a while for that one. But we can still enjoy all the deleted scenes that didn’t make it in the final cut of the film — and there are six of them, not just the heartbreaking Iron Man scene that also tells us Gamora is alive.
Unsurprisingly, the scenes have been posted on YouTube now that the digital release is out, so you can see them right away. We’ll show them below in chronological order, as they would have appeared in the film.
This scene introduces Tony Stark and Pepper Potts as a family living on a farm that features, among other things, Goji Berries and alpacas. The scene takes place right before Tony calls Morgan inside for lunch.
Bombs on Board
Discussing the history of the Tesseract, Rhodes and Steve get sidetracked by the accident that ended up putting the latter on ice for some 70 years, and Rhodes is just as funny as ever. This one takes place while they’re preparing the time heist plan.
Suckiest Army in the Galaxy
When Rocket watches highlights of the original Avengers fight against Thanos’s Chitauri, he mocks them for not knowing all they had to do is take out the mothership. Little does he know a haircut is on its way.
You Used to Frickin’ Live Here
Also starring Rocket, this scene precedes the action that takes place over on Asgard during the time heist. And Rocket doesn’t like who Thor has become.
Tony and Howard
We’ll file this under the “when your dead father offers you a job in the past without knowing who you are, but you’re too busy fixing the future to take it” category.
Avengers Take a Knee
Finally, the last of the six deleted scenes is the one we saw earlier this week, with all the Avengers taking a knee after Iron Man dies in that epic final battle. As I said, this scene also pulls back the curtain on Gamora from 2014.