Avengers: Endgame – What was that hammer sound in the credits?

Did you stay to the very bitter end of Endgame? There’s some speculation about what that hammer sound was at the end of the credits in Avengers: Endgame. Is it something we’ll find out in an upcoming movie? Could be. But that hammering-on-metal audio clip sure does sound a lot like this scene from Iron Man 1 — the MCU movie that kicked everything off eleven years ago. What do you think?

Starting this weekend, the trailer for Spiderman: Far From Home plays after the end credits of Endgame. However, I’m not sure if the hammer sound extra will still be played near the end of the credits.

Update: As of Thursday (May 9th) RunPee Jilly heard the hammer sound at the end of the credits, but didn’t see the Far From Home trailer. Can anyone confirm?

Movie Review – Avengers: Endgame

Avengers Cameo – That random kid in Endgame is someone we’ve seen before

Warning – Avengers Endgame is not going to be Peetime friendly

Once More, with Ant Man. Why him, and why now?

ant man in the quantum realm
Wait. What? Where did everybody go?

With Ant Man & The Wasp now released on DVD and Blu-Ray, people are struck again with how this movie might tie in with the greater Marvel oeuvre, and wonder anew why the light-weight Ant Man 2 arrived so closely after the heavy ending of Infinity War.

— Spoilers ahead for Avengers Infinity War and Ant Man & The Wasp —

Here’s a roundup of some intriguing articles addressing Ant Man, the Quantum Realm, and some conjecture about how to undo The Snap:

Do you have any thoughts on how things could wrap up for Avengers 4, coming out next summer? At least we’ve got time to puzzle, conjecture, and, yes,  re-watch the 20 previous movies for scraps of clues. Feel free to comment below with your ideas. I promise to respond.

MCU Trailer News: 

First Captain Marvel Trailer Finally Drops

Avengers 4 Trailer Hints and Rumors

New Solo Featurette: Becoming Solo

Han Solo is everyone’s favorite space rogue. Star Lord is kind of funnier, and might be almost as cool, but no one can top Han, or — at least — Harrison Ford’s version of him. He still had what it took to make us love Han all the more, in the Star Wars sequel trilogy opener The Force Awakens.

[pullquote]We’ll be seeing soon how well Alden Ehrenreich carries off a younger version of last generation’s most singular and iconic science fantasy movie character.[/pullquote] From all reports, Ford himself has given  Ehrenreich’s Solo: A Star Wars Story rave reviews. And this is a normally taciturn actor here. Ford doesn’t do ‘rave’ anything.

So, here is the new 2.22-minute featurette, “Becoming Solo.” Enjoy, and remember, the Force will be with you, always. Even if you’re a scruffy looking, low-level space criminal with a walking carpet for a co-pilot.

And this “Making Solo” featurette is just a bonus:

Thor Ragnarok – Demented & Fun Deleted Scenes

The Blu-Ray for Thor: Ragnarok has some immensely entertaining deleted scenes. Some are creepy fun (like the Grandmaster’s proclivities and polysexual tastes) and others are just a joy to watch and re-watch (Bruce Banner sucking down..um…noodles?)

[pullquote position=”right”]You should probably view these in the order presented here, which weaves around and kind of tells a story.[/pullquote]

 

First things first: If you haven’t seen last year’s one-offs with Thor and his roommate Darryl, you’ll have a laugh with these quasi-canon shorts that explain why Thor wasn’t seen in Captain America: Civil War, in a slyly pedestrian aside. This video contains Parts One and Two, so let it play out to see both:

Thor Ragnarok Mixed Deleted Scenes (Includes an inexplicable cameo from certain blue fellow, last seen in a previous, non-Thor Marvel film):

Thor and Bruce, stuck on Sakaar (Deleted Scene):

Thor and Bruce on the Grandmaster’s Ship (Deleted Tentacle Party Scene and…those Noodles):

The Grandmaster Moves in with Darryl, Thor’s old roommate (One-Off, Extended Edition):

Finally, here are 17 minutes of Thor’s deleted and behind-the-scenes bonus footage, for your consideration:

I can’t stop rewatching these addictive, wackadoodle videos. You’re welcome…

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