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Avengers Endgame most devastating deleted scene out

Avengers Endgame most devastating deleted scene out

Avengers: Endgame is undoubtedly the most hit movie of the last decade. It grossed $2.8 billion, beating Avatar and Star Wars. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has one of the largest fanbases in the world, from California to China. This is why a new deleted scene of Avengers: Endgame is going viral on Twitter.

Avengers Endgame most devastating deleted scene

Avengers: Endgame alternative death scene:

The death of Natasha Romanov aka Black Widow is the most emotional death in Endgame. Even if you argue Iron Man takes the spot, we all expected him or Cap to die in the end. However, the sudden demise of Natasha and her last moments with Clint/Hawkeye are unrivaled. But, the newly released deleted scene has an alternative ending for Black Widow.

The alternative scene shows Thanos invades Vormir instead of just rewatching Nebula’s memories in the actual Endgame. Clint and Natasha are stuck on the cliff while Thanos’ soldiers drop left and right. While Barton devises a plan to kill the horde, Natasha has something else on her mind. She sprints right towards the soldiers, managing to shoot two of them. However, the mortal is no match for the superior guns of Thanos’ cronies. They manage to land fatal shots as Clint also rushes for Natasha’s raid. The final shot shows Black Widow on the edge of the cliff, peering into the abyss below.

Disney+ on the rise, Netflix on the demise:

The Avengers: Endgame deleted scenes can be streamed exclusively on Disney+. It seems Marvel Studios is taking advantage of fans, who will watch anything during the lockdown. Moreover, Disney+ now has 50 million subscribers, an astonishing feat. For comparison, it took Netflix a decade to reach this number. It seems like small tidbits like deleted scenes and exclusive footage also factor into people choosing Disney+ over Netflix. And as Disney keeps producing more hits like Avengers: Endgame, you can expect Disney+ numbers to skyrocket.