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Last night, Kevin Feige was given the Stan Lee World Builder Award at the 2019 Saturn Awards, honoring the best in sci-fi, fantasy and horror. Feige wasn’t on-hand to accept the award in-person, but he did send along a heartfelt thank you, and he included a special surprise for everyone in attendance and tuning in online.
During his acceptance speech, Kevin Feige announced that there will be a box set released later this year that contains all 23 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that make up what is now called The Infinity Saga. That might not sound like a big deal since all of those movies are available on home video, but this box set will sweeten the collection with deleted scenes and other footage that has been locked up in Marvel’s vault. To tease the kind of footage he’s talking about, Feige introduced an alternate, never-before-seen alternate credits scene for Iron Man, which references Spider-Man, Hulk and X-Men. Watch it below.
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Here’s Kevin Feige’s acceptance speech, which begins at the 2:54:30 mark if it doesn’t cue up properly below:
The alternate Iron Man deleted scene in question that follows Feige’s speech is a different take with Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury telling Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr., who can be heard off-camera) about the Avenger initiative. When he begins speaking to Stark, he says:
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“As if gamma accidents, radioactive bug bites and assorted mutants weren’t enough, I have to deal with a spoiled brat who doesn’t play well with others and wants to keep all his toys to himself.”
The scene continues with a line that comes after, “I’m here to talk to you about the Avenger initiative.” Tony Stark replies, “What are we avenging.” To which Fury firmly says, “Whatever the **** we want.”
The scene feels a little more clunky than...
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