T-38 had never spent much time with Top Lieutenant Nienye alone and she didn’t want to get used to the idea, but for now, she would tolerate his presence.
Together they entered a small black craft called The Shadow that resided in the ship’s hangar along with a slew of other vessels. The Shadow was used only for missions of the utmost stealthiness. Its weapon arsenal was nonexistent and its two-person seating wasn’t designed for comfort but it would do the trick.
They shot out of the hangar at the lurching speed of an escape pod, momentarily floating in space before T-38, who was piloting the craft, hit the accelerator, sending the slender vessel flying through the asteroid field.
Avengers: Endgame was a good movie but over time it has become a bit boring. Like I said before, the movie was good but it wasn’t great, like Avengers: Infinity War. The darker themes that I liked in Infinity War were near-eradicated in Endgame as the writers chose for a lighter tone to conclude the Infinity Saga. But overall, I have been somewhat satisfied with the ways things played out…that is until I watched a thrilling new deleted scene released for Endgame via Disney Plus. A deleted scene that blew my mind in ways that I wasn’t expecting. Here it is.
I couldn’t find a better video but here’s the one I liked the most. This alternate version of the Vormir scene in Endgame is EXTRAORDINARY. I’m talking about an emotionally impactful, satisfying, riveting deleted scene that featured Black Widow and Hawkeye taking on a small army of Chitauri soldiers while trying to receive the Soul Stone. Continue reading This Deleted Scene Should’ve Been in ‘Avengers: Endgame’→