At a press junket for "Spider-Man: Far From Home," Marvel chief Kevin Feige told Comicbook.com that the three-hour film would be re-released with a deleted scene, clearly intended to lure more people back to see it before it finishes its run in theaters. Speaking to Screenrant, the Marvel executive described the additions as "a few new things at the end of the movie."The "Avengers" sequel has already amassed $2.743 billion globally through Monday of this week, according to the website Boxofficemojo.com, but that leaves it about $44 million behind "Avatar," director James Cameron's 2009 sci-fi epic.After a record-breaking opening, "Avengers" is finally slowing down, having added another $3.7 million in North American ticket sales for the most recent weekend.It's not uncommon for studios to employ such tactics to push movies past various milestones, but Marvel's stunt now falls under the heading of a sibling rivalry. That's because "Avatar" and its upcoming sequels are now part of the Walt Disney Co., via its acquisition of most 20th Century Fox entertainment assets."Endgame" is also the No. 2 movie of all time, not adjusted for inflation, in terms of domestic ticket saRead More – Source
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