As if MCU junkies didn't have enough reasons to sign up for Disney+this one might just tip the scale. Turns out the digital version of Avengers: Endgame streaming now on Disney+ includes a bonus Tony Stark deleted scene that didn't make the theatrical cut.

The scene, titled "Tony at the Way Station," is only available with commentary by the directors of Endgame, the Russo Brothers. They detail the reasons the scene wasn't included in the movie, which can mainly be chalked up to poor audience test responses.

It's also interesting how Disney decided to release the highly sought after scene on Disney+ rather than Blu-Ray. It makes sense, considering the incentive to subscribe to Disney+ is way more valuable in today's world than disc sales.

In the emotional exchange, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) has a tear-jerking conversation with his now-adult daughter Morgan (played by Katherine Langford). The only other time we've seen Morgan on-screen is in Endgame as a young girl (portrayed by Lexi Rabe). In the Soulworld, the father and daughter are able to make their peace before Tony dies in an act of sacrifice.

Their "I love you, 3000" exchange — a callback to earlier in Endgame — may be the push the world needs to seriously consider RDJ for Best Supporting Actor at the upcoming Academy Awards.

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