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Katherine Langford's Deleted Scene From "Avengers: Endgame" Was Released And Yes, I'm Weeping

"I'm happy that we had the time we did."

So the movie I definitely cried the hardest during this year was Avengers: Endgame.

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From everything that happened with Natasha and Tony, to Captain America simply saying "Avengers, assemble," I was an emotional mess.

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And just when I thought I had done all my crying over Endgame, Disney+ just released a deleted scene that has me weeping all over again.

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The deleted scene involves Katherine Langford, who was supposed to play an adult version of Tony and Pepper's daughter Morgan.

The scene comes right after Tony ends up sacrificing himself to save everyone by using the Infinity Stones to defeat Thanos.

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Tony gets immediately transported to the metaphysical way station — a similar version to the one Thanos ended up in after he snapped his fingers in Infinity War.

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The stones and their limitless powers basically give Tony the opportunity to talk to a version of Morgan from the future.

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Ultimately, Morgan assures her dad that she will be okay even though he's gone.

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And then, Endgame really hits me right in the feels and their conversation ends with the iconic "I love you 3,000" line.

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During the directors' commentary, Joe and Anthony Russo explained why they cut Katherine's scene from the film.

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They said that this moment with Morgan "felt similar" to when Tony gives his own eulogy in the following scene. They felt that the way station scene "ground[ed] the movie to a halt."

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Joe said, "If you have too many sequences in a row, you can dilute the value of each one of them."

Also, while some audience members would know Katherine as an actor, there was no "emotional connection" to adult Morgan as a character.

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Anthony explained, "Because this adult version of Morgan, his daughter, was never in the film, as we would watch it in post, we started to feel like we didn't have a lot of emotional connection, even though this is a wonderful actor, to the character because we'd never seen her before."

I'm sad we missed out on this scene in the original Endgame version, but let's be real, I don't think I could've handled it.

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But here's hoping we possibly get to see Katherine Langford as Morgan in future MCU movies!

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