One of 'Avengers: Endgame’s' best scenes has just been released

Professor Hulk surrounded by some tiny Avengers groupies
Professor Hulk surrounded by some tiny Avengers groupies

Marvel Studios have released one of the most popular clips from Avengers: Endgame for the public’s repeated consumption.

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In the footage we are introduced to Professor Hulk, who is the perfect balance between Bruce Banner and The Hulk. That’s because he has both the strength of the Hulk as well as Banner’s intellect, too. Banner explains it much better than me, though, which you can hear below.

Arguably, that is Avengers: Endgame’s funniest scene, as it not only gives us the shock of Professor Hulk, but it features the always incredible Paul Rudd as Ant-Man, who finds himself a little peeved and jealous that the Avengers groupies only want a picture with the Hulk.

That doesn’t seem to bother Captain America and Black Widow, who just sit idly by and look impressed at the sheer amount of food that Professor Hulk has to consume in order to get sustenance.

This is just the latest release from Marvel after Avengers: Endgame’s directors Joe and Anthony Russo announced it was fine to openly discuss spoilers from the blockbuster.

Mark Ruffalo as a less green Bruce Banner
Mark Ruffalo as a less green Bruce Banner

This was kick-started on Monday with the release of the trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, which revealed a humungous spoiler regarding the very end of Endgame, while Robert Downey Jr has also released behind the scenes photos of him filming his final Endgame moments, too, and a brand new trailer for Endgame also goes heavy with details that the Russo Brothers were previously trying to keep under wraps.

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That’s all designed to make even more people go and see Avengers: Endgame, which, with its box office now at £1.77 billion ($2.3 billion), is already well on its way to eclipsing Avatar’s £2.41 billion ($2.788 billion) to make it the highest grossing film of all time.