For a variety of reasons, scenes are deleted from movies and TV series. Whatever that reason, the scene was not good enough to advance from the writers to the actors to the cameras. At many times, these scenes give a more detailed exposition of a plot point, or just add an "easter egg" to be enjoyed. Since they provide additional plot points or exposition, deleted scenes are considered canon, unless they are contradicted in the published scenes of a movie or episode.
The following is a list of the deleted scenes from various movies and television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe:
- 1 Movies
- 1.1 Iron Man
- 1.2 The Incredible Hulk
- 1.3 Iron Man 2
- 1.4 Thor
- 1.5 Captain America: The First Avenger
- 1.6 The Avengers
- 1.7 Iron Man 3
- 1.8 Thor: The Dark World
- 1.9 Captain America: The Winter Soldier
- 1.10 Guardians of the Galaxy
- 1.11 Avengers: Age of Ultron
- 1.12 Ant-Man
- 1.13 Captain America: Civil War
- 1.14 Doctor Strange
- 1.15 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
- 1.16 Spider-Man: Homecoming
- 1.17 Thor: Ragnarok
- 1.18 Black Panther
- 1.19 Avengers: Infinity War
- 1.20 Ant-Man and the Wasp
- 1.21 Captain Marvel
- 1.22 Avengers: Endgame
- 1.23 Spider-Man: Far From Home
- 2 Television
- 3 References
- An extended version of the ambush at the beginning of the film, which includes Tony Stark briefly trying to defend himself using a soldier's assault rifle.
- An extended version of the Caesars Palace scenes where Stark loses $3 million playing roulette.
- An extended version of Stark and James Rhodes' flight to Bagram Air Base.
- Rhodes talks to General William Gabriel about his desire to return to Afghanistan to continue searching for Stark.
- Instead of having Tony being waterboarded by Raza for refusing to build the missiles, Ho Yinsen pretends to attack him for disobeying. Raza walks away, convinced, before Ho comments on how he is gaining their trust.
- Stark gets rudely awakened by the Ten Rings.
- Tony Stark and Ho Yinsen play a board game. Abu Bakaar comes in and demands to know when he will be finished. He is referring to his laundry, not the Jericho. Bakaar talks about the game with Stark and Yinsen and appears to bond with them. Raza enters and shoots Bakaar dead, and tells Stark that he has until tomorrow to finish the missile. This deleted scene cannot be considered canon as Bakaar is still alive after this point in the film.
- Stark returns home after being abducted and speaks to J.A.R.V.I.S..
- Stark begins construction on the Mark II armor.
- Stark and Pepper Potts throw a party in Dubai in his mansion there. Before Stark can have sex with three of the women there, he leaves in the Mark II. The morning after the party, Pepper finds Stark drinking in his Iron Man armor.
- When Obadiah Stane visits the scientists creating his Iron Monger Armor, he gives them a speech about what is at stake.
- While Obadiah repeatedly kicks Stark during their battle, Rhodey arrives and rams him with a car.
- Instead of immediately falling into the unstable Arc Reactor at the end of the fight, Stane collapses on the damaged roof as it begins to give away. Stane reaches towards Tony, who tries to pull him out of the Iron Monger Armor, to no avail. Stane then rants how both he and Stark have played their parts and are going to die, trying to pull Stark down with him. However, Stark disengages his glove and Stane falls into the Arc Reactor to his death. After the explosion, S.H.I.E.L.D. arrives at the scene and Potts finds Stark as his suit's Arc Reactor lights back up.
- In an alternate opening, a depressed Bruce Banner arrives at the Arctic to shoot himself, but transforms into Hulk before he can do so. This scene is canon, as a version of it is referenced in The Avengers.
- Within this same scene, Captain America can be seen in the glacier, albeit very briefly.
- Extended footage of Banner in Brazil exercising, meditating, working at the soda factory and building a centrifuge.
- General Thaddeus Ross discovers that Banner is attempting to cure himself. Ross and Blonsky inform General Joe Greller of Banner's condition.
- An extended version of Ross informing Emil Blonsky of the Super Soldier Serum.
- Banner delivers pizza on the Culver University campus. A group of sorority girls refuse to pay him, and he tries to intimidate them by telling them they won't like him when he's angry. They merely call him a pervert.
- An extended scene between Banner and Betty Ross after she reunites with him and brings him to her home, where they discuss General Ross and Samuel Sterns.
- A dinner scene between Betty, Leonard Samson, and Banner.
- Banner and Samson discuss Betty. Samson probes Banner about his mysterious anger problem.
- An extended scene between Banner and Betty before the military attacks.
- Samson calls Betty and gives an emotional apology for ratting Banner out to the military. She forgives him, but states that she does not want to come home yet.
- After finding Bruce and Betty in New York City, General Ross tells Kathleen Sparr to interrogate Sterns, after which there is an extended version of Betty talking to Ross.
- In an alternate opening, Tony Stark vomits uncontrollably due to his Palladium poisoning. He tries to get out of doing the air jump for the opening of the Stark Expo, but Pepper Potts convinces him. When Stark asks for a kiss before the jump, Potts kisses his helmet and throws it out of the plane, encouraging him to catch it. Stark then jumps out of the plane.
- During Justin Hammer's testimony at the Senate committee, Potts sees Phil Coulson in attendance and speaks with him. She asks if he can help with Stark's situation, but Coulson states he can't. Potts leaves to get Stark's lunch for the ride home while Hammer begins speaking about his nephew's idolization of Iron Man.
- During a sub-orbital flight home from the Senate committee, Stark and James Rhodes argue about Rhodes' appearance before the panel and work with Hammer Industries. Potts tries to get Stark to pay attention to a list of tasks and suggests canceling their trip to Monaco. Stark and Potts argue about his birthday plans.
- An extended scene of Stark's workshop featuring him trying his 486th combination of elements from a holographic periodic table as a substitute for the palladium. As Stark changes his Arc Reactor's core, the simulation fails. Potts then arrives to confront him over donating his modern art collection to the Boy Scouts, during which Stark attempts to distract her by throwing a nanoball at her.
- An extended version of Potts' interview with Christiane Amanpour on CNN from Tony Stark's Mansion takes place before Rhodes arrives. After Rhodes confronts Stark in his workshop about the Duel of Monaco and helps change his palladium core, Stark seemingly agrees to give a statement that Iron Man is willing to cooperate with the military. Upstairs as Potts is preparing with Amanpour for his statement, Stark instead converses with Natalie Rushman (Natasha Romanoff) on the details of his upcoming birthday party, much to Rhodes' annoyance. Stark then impulsively interrupts Potts' call and issues a live statement outside the mansion to a CNN newscopter, declaring that Iron Man is back and Ivan Vanko is dead, much to Potts and Rhodes' aggravation. Amanpour then asks on CNN how Iron Man can still protect the people.
- At his birthday party, Stark holds Rushman close as he flirts with and shows her how to fire a repulsor beam from his Mark VI armored glove. Rushman successfully destroys an ice sculpture of Iron Man. Potts arrives with Stark's present and is hurt by his behavior. As she leaves, Stark and Rushman prepare to drink shots.
- A drunk Stark lets Rebeca ("with one c.") hover above him with the Iron Man repulsors during his birthday party. Rhodes orders his friend to stop showing off his suit, and Stark reluctantly tells Rebeca to shut down the replusor's engines, causing her to land on his shoulders.
- Rhodey presents the Mark II armor to a group of soldiers led by Major Allen and orders that any modifications to the suit be authorized by him first, since he's the only person other than Stark who knows how to use it. A technician gets electrocuted while trying to get Rhodes out of the armor due to its security protocols.
- An alternative scene of Howard Stark's message to Stark features him holding his sleeping son while talking to him and additional dialogue, ending with Howard telling Stark he loves him.
- Stark's analysis of the 1974 Stark Expo Model is extended. After creating a proposed form of a new element, Stark has J.A.R.V.I.S. run a simulation to see if it can replace palladium. As he leaves to take a shower before synthesizing the element, Stark orders J.A.R.V.I.S. to retrieve information from the Oracle grid on Projects P.E.G.A.S.U.S., E.X.O.D.U.S., and G.O.L.I.A.T.H., among others.
- An alternate ending to the final battle in which Vanko returns to the Expo and ambushes Potts, wrapping his whip around her throat. Iron Man arrives and quietly tells War Machine to fire the Ex-Wife Missile at his signal. After Stark steps out of his suit, Vanko wraps his other whip around Stark, threatening to kill both him and Potts. Potts manages to take out a nanoball from her purse and throw it to Stark, allowing him to disable the whip and attack Vanko, freeing her. Stark returns to his suit and flies Potts away as War Machine arrives and kills Vanko with the missile.
- Thor and Loki share a friendly moment before Thor's coronation.
- An extended scene introducing Sif and the Warriors Three before the coronation.
- Frigga also speaks with Thor before his coronation.
- An extended scene of Thor, Loki, Sif and the Warriors Three deciding to go to Jotunheim. After agreeing to go, Loki orders a guard to inform Odin of their trip.
- Frigga, angered by his decision to banish Thor from Asgard, confronts Odin and even raises her voice to the All-Father.
- When Thor is taken to the hospital, Jane Foster, Darcy Lewis, and Erik Selvig deal with an inept Admission Nurse, while Thor struggles with doctors and hospital security before being tranquilized.
- The name Doctor Hank Pym is mentioned as Erik Selvig's colleague who had previous experiences with S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Frigga tries to reassure her adopted child that he is loved and an integral part of the family, even going as far as making Loki king in his father's sleep and brother's absence.
- An extended scene of Thor and Erik Selvig having fun drinking together.
- Thor makes breakfast for his human friends; meanwhile, Agents Cale and Garrett watch from a distance and report the occurrence. Then Thor takes one of Foster's coffee mugs to Isabela Alvarez to replace the one he broke. Sif and the Warriors Three arrive on Earth and head to Puente Antiguo. Volstagg knocks out Agents Cale and Garrett.
- An extended scene of the townspeople evacuating.
- While the Warriors Three and Sif battle the Destroyer in Puente Antiguo, Selvig is mortally injured. Thor has to heal him so that he can escape together with Jane Foster and Darcy Lewis. This act proved his worthiness for Mjølnir.
- In an alternate deleted ending, while Jane Foster and Darcy Lewis send a beacon of light into the sky for Thor, Erik Selvig works with a team of scientists hoping to create a Wormhole. He tells his team to coordinate S.H.I.E.L.D. data with data from S.W.O.R.D.
- Bucky Barnes battles German soldiers at Azzano until he witnesses HYDRA use Tesseract weapons. Dum Dum Dugan uses a Thompson submachine gun on German troops. HYDRA's abandonment of the Nazi cause is shown more elaborately when a HYDRA Tank fires upon German troops before it captures the Howling Commandos.
- Steve Rogers gets his medal of honor in London from Colonel Chester Phillips and gives Howard Stark HYDRA weapons.
- Steve Rogers learns that his country won the war from Nick Fury.
- The World Security Council asks Maria Hill about the Battle of New York and she discusses the formation of the Avengers.
- Steve Rogers watches a World War II documentary on a laptop. He then looks at a file that includes the status of Peggy Carter and the Howling Commandos. In that file, Bucky Barnes is listed as "Missing in Action." Peggy is still alive, with her address and telephone number on her file, but Rogers decides not to call her. He later walks through the city, bewildered by this new modern world that he is now in, and eats at a diner and speaks to a waitress, Beth. A patron urges Rogers ask Beth out. Later, Rogers takes a monorail train to the gym and starts beating up punching bags in his frustration.
- An extended conversation between Loki and The Other regarding the Chitauri.
- Natasha Romanoff hides from Hulk as he rampages.
- An extended scene between Bruce Banner and the security guard.
- Thor attacks the Tesseract portal to try and close it but fails.
- Rogers saves a family trapped in their car from Chitauri forces.
- A pair of police officers attempt to use Chitauri Guns to fend off the aliens, but are overwhelmed and killed.
- After Rogers is knocked out the window by a Chitauri Bomb, Beth is among the civilians rescued. She and Rogers briefly make eye contact.
- Loki speaks to the Other during the Battle of New York. Loki says the Chitauri lack finesse, and the Other tells him to use the Scepter. Loki realizes he left it behind on Stark Tower.
- Longer versions of the segments from Real Time with Bill Maher and Fashion Police, with the latter featuring appearances from Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic.
- Happy Hogan confronts Eric Savin outside Stark Industries, and the two exchange insults.
- "The Mandarin" talks on the phone about the bombing of the Chinese Theater.
- In the president's situation room, James Rhodes tells a team of analysts to keep investigating the destruction of Tony Stark's mansion, the aftermath of which is displayed via news coverage on a TV monitor. He is then told by a government agent that the Iron Patriot armor will be ready to fly soon. Looking at the monitor, the agent apologizes for what has happened to Tony Stark, but Rhodes believes that his friend will be fine as "he has died on [him] before". Rhodes then says he is going after him, which is assumed to be Stark, but is really "The Mandarin". Rhodes knows that his friend will be "like a cowboy, not thinking clearly, a sitting duck", out wherever he is and turns to leave. The agent then turns to see a global scanning of the country, with no sign of Stark anywhere.
- While recovering from his anxiety attack, Tony Stark encounters Harley Keener's bully, E.J..
- While running from Savin during the Battle of Rose Hill, Stark sees E.J. on his all-terrain vehicle. He tries to warn him about the water tower collapsing, but E.J. does not listen and gets caught in the wave. After Eric Savin is incapacitated and Mrs. Davis arrives, Keener pulls E.J. from the water. Upon seeing that he is not breathing, Mrs. Davis tries to perform CPR on E.J.. Stark then uses his Arc Reactor to restart E.J.'s heart, nearly killing himself in the process until Keener replaces the Arc Reactor. The group then realizes Savin had escaped.
- Many takes of Gary meeting Stark.
- During the Beauty Pageant, Miss Elk Ridge is asked what she would want most of all for Christmas. Miss Elk Ridge says that she just wants everyone to love each other, starting to tear up in the middle of her speech, and the rest of the auditorium does so as well. It is revealed that Stark released tear gas from outside the auditorium, as he is shown talking in a fake western accent on a payphone, explaining to the authorities what has happened. Stark hides the tear gas canister behind the door as everyone runs out of the auditorium.
- After Aldrich Killian shoots Maya Hansen, he places an Extremis-injected flowering plant near the stairs to prevent her from trying to escape. Killian then leaves to prepare his next Mandarin broadcast, advising Stark to consider working for A.I.M. for Pepper Potts's sake. Stark tries to comfort Hansen in her last moments as she crawls to her computers despite his warnings. Hansen manages to transfer her Extremis dataset to Stark so he can use it. The flower then explodes and incinerates Hansen while Stark helplessly watches.
- Stark and Rhodes use Trevor Slattery's acting skills to fool a guard. This scene includes several alternate takes where Rhodes asks Slattery to perform different accents.
- Onboard Air Force One, Savin, in the Iron Patriot Armor, is annoyed by a passenger. He says, "Hey, is that Thor?", then knocks the man out when he is distracted.
- Several extended scenes were shown in the Chinese version of the movie:
- Fandral and Hogun fight in the battle at Vanaheim.
- Extended dialogue during Jane's date with Richard. She talks about her relationship with Thor and he talks about his break up with his cheating girlfriend.
- Loki fantasizes of being crowned and ruling Asgard while holding Mjølnir, even casting an illusion of him doing just that, but his mother interrupts him telling him that he could not distinguish between reality and illusion.
- Thor walks in on Frigga using her illusory skills to talk to Loki in prison. He discusses Loki with her.
- Volstagg brags about his exploits during a dinner party.
- Malekith learns that the Aether is been taken into Asgard. He informs Algrim to prepare for battle.
- Foster wakes up in Asgard and talks with Thor. She sees children playing with a Magnetic-Propulsion Ball, and takes it, but ultimately returns it.
- Foster learns about the Aether. She talks with Thor about his mother's death until they are interrupted by Tyr.
- Odin shows Jane and Thor the book about the dark elves, including Asgardians scientists working.
- In an alternate version of Frigga's death scene, Odin allows Malekith to kill Frigga as he is unwilling to give up the Aether. Frigga begs Odin to kill Malekith and his army, knowing he has the power to do so but he chooses otherwise and she is killed.
- Thor fights a group of Asgardian guards, but refuses to kill any of them.
- A news presenter gives a report in the weird happenings in London, including flocks of birds going missing only to reappear somewhere else.
- Depending on the viewer's country, the To-Do List Steve Rogers creates to research what he missed as he slept changes (e.g., the Australian list is different from the American list).
- An extended television interview with Peggy Carter. The interviewer asks her about Project Rebirth, and her own personal relationship with Captain America. About the latter, Carter remarks that “he treated me like a person, which I very much appreciated,” and that she was the last person to speak to Rogers before his plane went down — which ends with her in tears.
- Jasper Sitwell and Maria Hill discuss Rogers and Natasha Romanoff working together while on the run from S.H.I.E.L.D.. Sitwell gives Hill orders from Alexander Pierce to go to New York after Nick Fury's funeral, saying Pierce believes that her connection to Captain Rogers is a liability.
- A S.H.I.E.L.D. agent informs Pierce that they found Rogers at an indoor basketball court. A group of armed S.H.I.E.L.D. agents rush in to find a bag containing Captain America's Uniform.
- Romanoff and Fury discuss him not letting her know that he faked his death. Fury gives Romanoff the Photostatic Veil calibrated by Maria Hill to Councilwoman Hawley's appearance.
- As Pierce is held at gunpoint, he asks Black Widow if she is really ready for her past to be exposed like she is doing to HYDRA and S.H.I.E.L.D.. He mentions Budapest, Osaka, and the Children's Ward, to which Romanoff flinches, before continuing the upload.
- At the end of the movie, Sam Wilson asks Rogers, "When do we start?" Rogers replies, "We just did." The finished film cuts to credits before Rogers' response. (NOTE: This deleted scene was only shown in the trailers for the movie and not released among the deleted scenes.)
- After arriving on Xandar, Star-Lord flirts with Ti Asha.
- Gamora and Nebula demonstrate their sibling rivalry by fighting and talking simultaneously, with Gamora emphasizing why she was Ronan the Accuser's first choice above her sister. She then boards a ship full of Sakaarans and kills them.
- Rocket Raccoon relays his plan of apprehending outlaws on Xandar to Groot, who is merely distracted by a bug.
- Denarian Garthan Saal and Corpsman Rhomann Dey argue over where to send the Guardians of the Galaxy with Saal deciding on the Kyln. They also try to fix a malfunctioning light on Dey's armor.
- The Mean Guard dances around the Kyln as he listens to "Magic" by Pilot on Peter Quill's walkman.
- A montage set to the song "Livin' Thing" by Electric Light Orchestra set after the Guardians escape from the Kyln and before they go to Knowhere. Star-Lord and Gamora are both changing their outfits until Star-Lord makes a suggestive look at her.
- Drax the Destroyer explains his tattoos and what they represent to Rocket Raccoon and Groot at the Boot of Jemiah. They get into an emotional argument about mourning the loss of family.
- Rocket Raccoon, Drax the Destroyer, and Groot gamble with a weird alien that has a mouth where his eyes should be.
- Stan Lee makes a cameo as one of the exhibits in the Collector's Museum and flips off Groot.
- There is a quick vote over whether Rocket Raccoon's laugh can be considered real, to which he retaliates by stating that Star-Lord's plan is not. Gamora agrees that it is not even a concept.
- Nebula is shown surviving the battle in Xandar, walking away with a one-armed limp. There is also a quick cut to Peter Quill's Grandfather holding a picture of his daughter and grandson while looking up at the sky on the night he disappeared.
- The Guardians of the Galaxy are helped by the people of Xandar after their battle with Ronan, including Broker.
- The pit boss, played by Marama Corlett, had her dialog cut from The Boot of Jemiah bar scene on Knowhere. She was intended to announce the Orloni and F'saki creatures that were seen racing.
- Naomi Ryan's dialog scenes were cut for pacing reasons.
- Pietro Maximoff is distributing stolen food, clothes, and medicine to the people of Sokovia, also gifting Zrinka an expensive dress from Paris and a toy for her brother, Costel. Wanda Maximoff warns Pietro that stealing is dangerous, as he can still be shot despite his powers. Pietro counters by wondering why Wanda didn't kill Tony Stark when she had the chance. Costel then approaches and tells the twins that "Iron Man" is waiting for them at the church, to which Wanda and Pietro are confused.
- Wolfgang von Strucker is in his jail cell when he hears someone break in. Initially believing it to be HYDRA or the Maximoffs, he is instead confronted by an off-screen Ultron.
- Stark and Bruce Banner examine the Ultron Program.
- Maria Hill and Captain America discuss Ultron killing von Strucker.
- James Rhodes contacts Black Widow and Stark about Ultron hacking into nuclear weapons programs around the world. He is being deployed to the Middle East to help keep the peace. Stark sends Rhodes a patch to keep Ultron from hacking into the War Machine Armor. Thor attempts to contact Heimdall but gets no response.
- A bustling African village is torn apart by Hulk while he is on his Scarlet Witch-fueled rampage. A little girl is trying to recover her ball and stumbles across him.
- An extended scene of Banner and Romanoff's conversation at Clint Barton's Homestead.
- Thor and Erik Selvig go to the Water of Sights. They are greeted by a Norn who possesses Thor for sustenance and answers Selvig's questions through him. The Norn tells Selvig that Ultron has the Mind Stone, one of the six Infinity Stones.
- Tom Hiddleston shot a cameo as Loki in Thor's dream sequence. Joss Whedon revealed, "We even had a little reference to the fact that he’s taken the throne, which was Tom doing his Anthony Hopkins impression when Thor says, 'Oh, what would father say?' Then Tom does his Hopkins impression, and Thor’s like, 'That is uncanny!' It’s sort of like his subconscious is telling him that Loki was imitating his father. But he would never make that connection."
- An extended scene of the birth of the Vision, including the eye-opening scene seen in trailers. In this alternate version, Vision has an extended fight scene with Thor and the other Avengers.
- Captain America and the Avengers land in Sokovia and see some graffiti deriding Captain America a fascist. This motivates Rogers to not wear his helmet in the Battle of Sokovia.
- Quicksilver runs through a neighborhood of Sokovian balconies, urging civilians to get to safety. He stops to flirt with a girl, asking "Maybe I see you after?"
- Captain America gathers Scarlet Witch, Black Widow and Hawkeye to battle the Ultron Sentries. Black Widow makes a remark about Scarlet Witch wearing her jacket. The latter suggests that they try to get civilians out of the city before it rises too high. Quicksilver runs up with a dismembered sentry arm, ready to fight, and the characters take off into the battle.
- A scene was shot of Quicksilver surviving his wounds as well as footage of him in a new costume at the New Avengers Facility, in case Disney overruled Whedon's decision to kill him off.
- In the 1980s, the original Ant-Man, Hank Pym, steals a microfilm from Castillo. (NOTE: Footage from this sequence appears during the captured Ant-Man footage displayed by Darren Cross before he presents the Yellowjacket Suit, as well as on a deleted scene where Hank Pym explains the history of Ant-Man to Scott Lang).
- Hank Pym stores the Ant-Man Suit in his vault after he resigns from S.H.I.E.L.D..
- Prior to presenting the Yellowjacket Suit to potential buyers, Darren Cross shows them shrunken-down structures such as a cube of shipping containers and a waste dump, as well as a biotech-generated eye. One of the buyers is shown to be a member of the Ten Rings, their emblem tattooed on his neck.
- Darren Cross says that he is the future of war during his presentation of the Yellowjacket Suit.
- At Cassie Lang's birthday party, Scott Lang sits with her on the couch. She asks if her father could visit her more, and he says that it is complicated. They both say that they will miss each other and Scott says "I Love You" in the voice of the toy rabbit that he gave her. Cassie laughs and Scott tells her that she is not supposed to laugh; Jim Paxton arrives, coughing a signal for him to leave.
- Scott Lang stops by a convenience store to purchase a lotto ticket while the clerk looks at him disapprovingly, implying that Scott does this on a regular basis and always never wins. (NOTE: Footage of this scene has not been released, but Peyton Reed has released a photo of it on his twitter page.)
- Scott Lang pretends to fix Hank Pym's cable so as to disable his cameras in order to break into his house undetected. While fixing the cable, Pym drops some major hints that he set up the break-in, and Lang also sees a photo of Pym in the military and the tank key chain.
- When trying on the Ant-Man Suit, Scott Lang tries many poses in the shower, such as one of C-3PO.
- After landing on the taxi, Scott Lang tries to steal a diamond from a pawn shop, only to be completely mauled by carpenter ants. After this experience, Lang decides he has had enough of being the size of an insect and returns the tech to the Pym Residence.
- Hank Pym shows Scott Lang more backstory on Ant-Man, including footage of one of his early missions and details on Darren Cross and Mitchell Carson.
- Hank Pym says that Darren Cross and the government with him are at the top of their game with regards to the Yellowjacket Suit.
- Scott Lang asks if they can change the name of his the superhero mantle "Ant-Man", to which Hank Pym says that they cannot. Lang admits that the idea sounded ridiculous after he said it. (Note: this scene is shown in trailers)
- Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne discuss Scott Lang and that he must be savant with his use of technology, hence why Pym was so eager to get him to be the Ant-Man.
- Hope van Dyne tells Scott Lang that he must learn to harness the power of the Ant-Man Suit.
- Hope van Dyne says that they "are all in this for reasons bigger than any one of us" with regards to the Infiltration into Pym Technologies Headquarters heist.
- When encountering Falcon, Ant-Man proclaims that Iron Man was already taken as a possible name. He also makes a comment on saving the world, telling Falcon "you know how that is".
- Luis enthusiastically yells, "Kool bro!" when seeing Scott Lang show off his powers for the first time. Lang says, "Good, right?"
- Hope van Dyne scuffs away from her coffee cup and sarcastically asks what could possibly go wrong with regards to their final Infiltration into Pym Technologies Headquarters plans.
- Luis whistles a different tune during his role as a security guard in the Infiltration into Pym Technologies Headquarters.
- In an alternate extension of the Infiltration into Pym Technologies Headquarters scene, Mitchell Carson is shown on the ground outside of Pym Technologies having escaped with the Cross Particles, but dies when he gets sucked into the building’s implosion.
- Scott Lang says that it was "a lot scarier a second ago" during the Duel at Maggie Lang's House.
- Scott Lang uses his Ant-Man Suit and fellow ants to help himself, Luis, and Dave earn wish-fulfilling riches from casinos.
- As a post-credits scene, Scott Lang apprehends HYDRA operative Mitchell Carson and retrieves the Pym Particles created by Darren Cross. This was replaced with a scene from Captain America: Civil War.
- In the original script, Clint Barton is shown to appear much earlier in the story, assisting the transport of Bucky Barnes to Berlin. In this sequence, he had dialogue with Barnes about being brainwashed, telling Barnes the story of when he was brainwashed by Loki in The Avengers.
- Alternative introduction to Helmut Zemo where he had used poison gas to massacre the attendees of an auction in Jakarta, Indonesia, before then stealing the Winter Soldier Book.
- Tony Stark mentions to Steve Rogers that he "missed [his] Lamaze classes", implying that Pepper Potts was pregnant in an early draft of the movie.
- The Joint Counter Terrorist Centre was originally meant to be an Interpol facility.
- An extended scene of Peggy Carter's funeral features her coffin's arrival at the church for the pallbearers to carry it and additional dialogue in Sharon Carter's eulogy about her relationship with her great-aunt. In this scene, a portrait of an elderly Peggy is used rather than her World War II one.
- An extended scene of Natasha Romanoff meeting with Rogers at the church has her confiding in him about searching for her parents in Russia and visiting their graves.
- Rogers and Sam Wilson toast to Wilson's honorable discharge during the wake. An extended scene of Rogers' conversation with Sharon then takes place before he walks her back to her hotel.
- Helmut Zemo is waiting at a train station, listening to the voicemail message of his wife again. He meets with Doctor Theo Broussard, a psychiatrist hired by the Joint Counter Terrorist Centre.
- After intercepting Bucky Barnes and finding himself in UN custody, T'Challa is interrogated by Natasha Romanoff, who tells him that his actions in pursuing the Winter Soldier have put him under the jurisdictions of the Sokovia Accords. T'Challa remarks that he and his prisoner have a plane to catch, with Everett Ross interrupting the conversation and revealing that Barnes will be extradited to Wakanda.
- During the airport battle, Romanoff watches the fight in concern. As Captain America flees from War Machine, Barnes fends him off with the former's shield, which is then returned to Captain America by Falcon. As they run, Barnes remarks he wants a similar weapon.
- Scenes containing Donna, Stephen Strange's sister, were deleted.
- Stephen Strange treats a dog's broken leg in Kathmandu.
- During the first ritual to draw power from the Dark Dimension, one of the Zealots fails, proving his faith not to be as strong as the others, and Kaecilius executes him.
- In the church the Zealots will use as their headquarters, Kaecilius confronts the priest; after questioning the meaning of an "afterlife", he offers evidence that such a thing doesn't exist, and kills the priest.
- Suddenly finding himself in the New York Sanctum, Doctor Strange briefly confronts Master Daniel Drumm before he goes to face the Zealots.
- Drax hugging Star-Lord despite Star-Lord refusing.
- Nebula calls Gamora a "Garden of the Galaxy."
- Ego explains why he didn't pick up Peter Quill himself while camping with the Guardians of the Galaxy.
- Quill mentions the Sovereign among the ones who want to kill the Guardians while discussing with Gamora if Ego is saying the truth.
- Quill tells Drax that he has clones of his mixtape while leaving Berhert.
- Star-Lord finds adolescent Groot playing video games, tells him to wash the dishes and clean his room while simultaneously telling him that he is not boring for many reasons.
- Ego shows the Guardians and Mantis a monument of Peter Quill single-handedly saving the universe during the Battle of Xandar. Quill loves it, saying that's exactly how it happened much to Gamora's annoyance. Rocket/Groot is shown to be nothing more than a blob with a face (with the other being absent) while Drax is depicted as a small chimp-like creature (causing Drax to assume he actually looked like that at the time and cannot work out how he didn't notice).
- After Star-Lord states the he will create some "weird shit", Ego says that he wants to see that "weird shit", only to realize that it was disgusting saying that.
- Rocket Raccoon asks Yondu if he had ever heard of floss.
- The Watcher Informant talks to the Watchers about when he was a World War II veteran.
- Kraglin Obfonteri helps Star-Lord figure out how to work his new Zune.
- Mantis and Drax continue to bond after she becomes proud of being ugly. Mantis states sympathy for the fact that Gamora cannot trust anyone. Mantis uses her powers on Drax so that she may feel his sadness, but she also experiences the love and care he feels for his team.
- Extended footage of Peter Parker's blog during his trip to Berlin, including scenes of him bringing his homework to Berlin, discovering he has a television in his bathroom, and also one after the battle where he, as Spider-Man, goes to a Berlin nightclub and hangs out with the other party-goers, allowing a few of the girls an opportunity to be swung from his webs. Parker also inadvertently ends up saving the chancellor and is dubbed "Der Erstaunliche Klebrige Junge" by the German media.
- Parker explains to the other academic decathlon members that he has no choice but to drop out of the team, claiming that Flash Thompson would be a suitable replacement. The other members disagree and briefly heckle Parker by throwing some food at him. Parker then has a conversation with Liz Toomes, who fails to convince him to come with the team to Nationals.
- After having his backpack and his clothes stolen, Spider-Man runs home with the cover of darkness. At the same time, the man that Parker thought was a carjacker is still stuck to his car, struggling to be freed. The man's neighbor informs him that the fire department have dealt with Spider-Man's webs before, and their advice is to let it dissolve with time.
- After speaking with Happy Hogan on the phone during his trip to Washington, D.C., Parker and Ned Leeds react to the Department of Damage Control's presence around the Triskelion. Michelle Jones explains they're still cleaning up after Captain America destroyed the Helicarriers and the trio briefly discuss their thoughts on the battle.
- Adrian Toomes is shown in his warehouse, sulking over his inability to gather new materials as Spider-Man has interfered with his business. Liz calls him to ask about the noise the water heater is making, and Toomes assures her that he will fix it when he comes home. After ending the phone call, Toomes throws down a shelf on the floor in frustration.
- Aaron Davis is still stuck to his car in the parking garage, unable to free himself. He drops his car keys to the ground and is unable to pick them up, or convince a bystander to help him. After a while, Davis calls his nephew, Miles Morales, and apologizes for not being able to make it to a prior engagement.
- Parker tells Leeds that he has to continue stopping Vulture even without Tony Stark's Spider-Man Suit, adding that he has been practicing with his homemade variation. Leeds offers to help, but Parker rebukes him, stating that the "guy in the chair" position is not a real thing. Parker and Leeds then do their secret handshake while Leeds offers Parker the best of luck on his mission, with Parker returning the sentiment towards Leeds on his upcoming quiz.
- After loading the Stark Cargo Plane, Hogan calls his mother to gloat that he finally pulled off something for Stark without a hitch. However, he notices the cargo plane smoking and plummeting in the distance, and tells his mother that he will call her back later. After ending the call with her, Hogan calls Stark Industries and asks to speak with Stark.
- After the Ambush on Peter Parker, Betty Brant and Jason Ionello, the two anchors of Midtown News, report that Herman Schultz was found webbed to a school bus by students after the homecoming dance had ended, with various students taking selfies and pictures with the assailant. Morita, the principal, makes a special announcement where he warns the students to delete the images from all of their social media accounts, lest they be wary of the consequences. It is also revealed that Shocker's Gauntlet was retrieved by Tiny McKeever, who is seen wearing it during the news footage.
- Along with other school topics, Betty and Jason do a segment on who Spider-Man might be under his mask, and interview Roger Harrington, Ned and Michelle. Harrington is unaware, Michelle states that she isn't sure but has her suspicions and Ned declares that the identity of Spider-Man is a mystery no one will ever know.
- A segment called "Mr. Harrington In Love" is shown, with Harrington speaking with the students on the bus, Andre Wilson, as well as the tour guide at the Washington Monument about his ex-wife, Tabitha.
- The scene when Odin dies and Hela destroys Mjølnir originally takes place in New York City. According to dialogue in a later deleted scene, Hela was originally supposed to kill Odin herself.
- An alternate scene, After the meeting of Doctor Strange and Thor, Thor looks for Loki using a key that Dr. Strange gave him. Thor arrives near some portable toilets and when he goes to one, a construction worker comes out of a toilet portable. Thor sees the toilet button transform into a lock and uses the key to open the door. When he opens it, an annoyed Loki remarks, "Took you long enough", to which Thor responds. "I had to pick up the key". Loki replies, "No one else needed a key" and Thor laughs.
- The Grandmaster speaks to a captured Thor who is trying to remove his Obedience Disk. Suddenly, a bat-like creature arrives in the room, and passes close to the Grandmaster. As more of the creatures appear, he sends his Guards to catch them.
- Guards escort Valkyrie to Hulk's quarters.
- While chasing Thor in order to stop him from leaving Sakaar, Hulk is cheered on by many Sakaarans, despite the fact that he destroys parts of the Sakaaran market.
- While hiding in Sakaar, Banner and Thor have a talk about the Hulk, during which Banner says alternative versions of what Hulk said to Thor and quotes a few things that Thor said to Hulk.
- When Grandmaster sends Loki and Valkyrie to find Thor and Hulk, he makes a sign with his hands signalling for them to leave. When the gesture is not understood, he discusses universal gestures with Topaz and he becomes frustrated when she doesn't understand his gestures either.
- While traveling to Asgard, Thor and Bruce Banner talk about their fathers' deaths and how Thor needs his hammer, causing Banner to compare Thor with the fictional elephant, Dumbo, who thought he needed a feather to fly.
- Hela curses upon watching Loki and the Statesman in Asgard.
- An alternate scene, when Skurge was about to cut off the head of an Asgardian, Yondu Udonta appears, sees the place, and asks if any of those who knew where Kevin and Lou's office was.
- In a flashback, while playing in the Catacombs, young T'Challa and Nakia find T'Chaka mourning over a difficult choice he had to make. The king and prince discuss the responsibilities and the burden of being a king.
- Okoye and W'Kabi discuss T'Challa losing the duel against Erik Killmonger. W'Kabi blames T'Challa for taking Ulysses Klaue to strangers (CIA, UNO) instead of immediately bringing Klaue back to his own people.
- T'Challa remembers when T'Chaka gave him the mantle of Black Panther, while remaining the king. Zuri remembers that T'Chaka complained about getting too fat for the suit.
- Right before his speech to the UN, King T'Challa meets Everett Ross. Ross tries to dissuade him from revealing Wakanda's wealth and power to the world, but T'Challa tells him he won't rule by fear anymore. Then Ross tries to wish the king luck in Xhosa, but ends up saying "Good luck and many shoelaces" instead.
- After Tony Stark brings up him and Pepper Potts having a child, the two begin to spar over the details of their upcoming wedding. A hassled Happy Hogan pulls up in a golf cart with an urgent request for them to elope due to the stress of keeping the paparazzi away. As Hogan drives away to chase off another paparazzi, Stark suggests to Potts that they get Hogan a girlfriend.
- On a darkened street, Wanda Maximoff and the wounded Vision attempt to hide from Thanos' brutal allies.
- Thanos confronts Gamora with a vision from her past and with her lying to him about the Soul Stone.
- After fighting over their loss at Knowhere, Star-Lord, Drax, and Mantis discover urgent coded messages from Nebula, including coordinates to Titan.
- When Thanos fights Star-Lord, Drax and Nebula on Titan, he separates their souls from their bodies using the Soul Stone, and then throws one of Titan's moons at his adversaries. Spider-Man is able to retrieve all of their bodies, and is then visited by Doctor Strange in his astral form, who tells him that only Mantis can reunite their bodies with their souls. She first tries it on Drax, and after a few failed attempts, manages to succeed. Mantis then helps Nebula and Star-Lord, with the latter having a mild concussion. Spider-Man apologizes to Star-Lord for causing his concussion when he accidentally hit the latter's head on a rock while returning Star-Lord's body to the ground.
- Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne go on a mission in Buenos Aires to capture Elihas Starr. During the mission, some of Starr's own soldiers accidentally shoot at the Quantum Tunnel, causing it to go into overload, killing Starr while Pym and van Dyne are able to escape.
- An extended scene of the opening flashback, showing a younger Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne in the 1980s. The deleted scene shows Pym in the Ant-Man Suit punching a soldier, then Van Dyne in her Wasp Suit regrowing mid-flight and knocking the soldier down to the ground.
- Sonny Burch and Uzman follow the trail of Ant-Man, the Wasp and Hank Pym, arriving at a bookstore and witnessing security footage of Hank Pym's Mobile Laboratory shrinking.
- While leaving the Quantum Realm with her husband, Janet van Dyne reveals that there are worlds upon worlds and entire civilizations living inside the Quantum Realm.
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|What Do You Admire Above All Other?||Before Yon-Rogg is sent to search for Captain Marvel and the Tesseract, he has an encounter with the Supreme Intelligence who takes the form of Yon-Rogg himself. The Supreme Intelligence then questions his leadership skills.||x||x||x|
|Starforce Recruits||Yon-Rogg lectures a roomful of Kree students on their mission to defend all nations from the scourge of the Skrulls, leading Carol Danvers to tell them how the Supreme Intelligence rescued her.||x||x||x|
|Heading To Torfa||Vers and her fellow Starforce members banter as they are preparing for their rescue mission to save Soh-Larr from the Skrulls on Torfa.||x||x||x|
|What, No Smile?||In an alternate version of a scene from the movie, Vers can be seen consulting a map when she receives a dubious offer of assistance from a biker. She reacts more aggressively than in the final version.||x||x||x|
|Black Box||Talos, disguised as Director Keller, tries to track down Vers and Nick Fury after their escape in a Quadjet from the Joint Dark Energy Mission Facility. After arguing with Whitcher, Talos finds Maria Rambeau's S.H.I.E.L.D. file, giving him the location of her countryside ranch.||x||x||x|
|Rookie Mistake||Phil Coulson, then a novice S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, offers Nick Fury his help after the Chase of the Skrulls. Later, he opens the office door for "Keller" and leaves. It is then revealed that the real Keller was unconscious in the office, and had been secretly replaced by Talos.||x||x||x|
|Super Intelligence True Form||After Captain Marvel has removed the photon inhibitor, she throws the Supreme Intelligence into the water. Before Carol wakes up again in the real world, a comic book version of the Supreme Intelligence rises out of the water and says that they are not done yet.||x|
Plans that were discarded:
- One of the first promotional images revealed was one depicting Yon-Rogg and Ronan the Accuser together in the same location. In the finished film, they only communicate via hologram.
- In the film's second trailer, the Supreme Intelligence assures Carol Danvers that they "made her one of them so she could live longer, stronger, superior". This phrase is never heard in the actual film.
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|Goji Berries||As Tony Stark helps Pepper Potts cook lunch, she informs him that his pet alpaca, Gerald, ate all their Gojis. Tony jokes that Gerald is their alpaca and nearly drops a handful of Gojis into a salad until Potts orders him to leave the kitchen. Tony bumps into something as he goes to collect their daughter, Morgan Stark, for lunch.||x||x||x|
|Bombs on Board||While pinpointing the location of the Tesseract, James Rhodes asks Steve Rogers why he didn't jump out of the Valkyrie before crashing it.||x||x||x|
|Suckiest Army in the Galaxy||Rocket Raccoon laughs at the Avengers for not knowing that destroying the Chitauri mothership would kill the army. Offended, Tony sneaks up behind Rocket and shaves a strip of fur off his head.||x||x||x|
|Tony Time Suit Prep||Hulk, Tony, Nebula and Scott Lang develop a time suit.||x|
|Hulk meets the Ancient One||Hulk jumps onto the roof of the New York Sanctum. The Ancient One is lying in a deck chair while sipping a drink and declares that he is 5 years too early to find Doctor Strange.||x|
|Hulk and the Ancient One||The Ancient One explains to Hulk the effects of removing an Infinity Stone from the timeline.||x|
|You Used to Frickin' Live Here||When Thor and Rocket arrive in Asgard, they sneak past the guards into the royal palace, where Rocket catches Thor urinating from a balcony, much to his disgust. Rocket scolds his lack of focus and Thor defensively points out that he saw his home destroyed and his people killed. Rocket asks for the device and where they can find Jane Foster. However, Thor is too addled to initially remember, to which Rocket declares they are "dead".||x||x||x|
|Vormir Battle||Thanos' troops were involved Vormir and Black Widow was shot while running with the Infinity Gauntlet to jump over the cliff.||x|
|Tony and Howard||Tony and Howard Stark talk about raising children. Howard offers Tony a job, which he declines for the moment.||x||x||x|
|In the Trench||The Avengers meet again during the Battle of Earth and make a plan. Tony Stark asks Doctor Strange about the One Future they win. The Avengers attack Thanos and his army.||x|
|Tony at the Way Station||Upon snapping his fingers with the Gauntlet to wipe out Thanos and his forces, Tony visits the Soulworld and meets an older version of Morgan (portrayed by Katherine Langford). The scene was taken out following a test screening of the film, which confused audiences and didn't resonate with them emotionally.||x|
|Avengers Take a Knee||After Tony sacrifices himself, Pepper kisses him on the cheek as he dies. Every hero present takes a knee to honor Stark, except Gamora, who quietly leaves the battlefield.||x||x||x|
|A Good-Luck Squeezy||When Thor appoints Valkyrie as new ruler of New Asgard before departing with the Guardians of the Galaxy, Valkyrie puts her arm on his shoulder and Thor leans in as if they were about to kiss. This was improvised by both Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.||x|
|/||In a post-credit scene of the movie's rerelease, Hulk saves some people trapped in a burning building, before giving the fire chief advice on how to tackle the fire. He then answers a phone call from Steve.|
Plans that were discarded during the shoot:
- The old Thanos is still alive.
- Bruce Banner turning into "Smart Hulk".
- Thor and Rocket battle the Midgard Serpent.
- Captain America goes to Vormir and collaborates with Red Skull to get the Soul Stone.
- When Hulk snaps, he visits Soulworld. This is where Hulk and Bruce Banner meet.
- Doctor Strange sent Thanos' mind reeling through the multiverse. In the end, he's dumped in front of the Living Tribunal. Thanos is shown all the crimes he committed in the name of balance and is judged guilty by the Living Tribunal.
- Thanos kills all the Avengers in 2014. In 2023, he holds up the severed head of Captain America to the Avengers and asks, “I killed you. What do you want to do now?"
- After the funeral of Tony Stark, Doctor Strange and King T'Challa talked about future threats that could occur.
- Peter Parker sells all his toys, including a Star Wars one, to buy Michelle Jones the necklace. According to Tom Holland, the Star Wars reference was selected by Kevin Feige, but he isn't sure which character it was. This scene was used in a short film titled Peter's To-Do List.
- The trailer for the film showed a scene where Peter Parker, in the Iron Spider Armor, apprehends the Manfredi Crime Family in a restaurant. After conversing with the police, who wonder if he will be succeeding Iron Man, Parker informs them he is going on vacation. This scene is also used in Peter's To-Do List.
- Parker wears his regular Spider-Man Suit during the scenes at the charity benefit in the trailer, but wears the Iron Spider Armor in the movie.
- A short scene which appeared in the trailer had Parker shoot a sarcastic thumbs up in response to Flash Thompson insulting him after praising Spider-Man.
- Quentin Beck briefs his team on their plan for the attack in London before sending out another energy pulse, acting as the arrival of the Elemental Fusion. Beck is contacted by Nick Fury and claims to be on his way to fight the Elemental, before breaking character and smiling to his crew.
- In the plane back to the United States of America, Peter Parker and Michelle Jones are sleeping next to each other, with Parker's head on Jones' shoulder. They briefly wake up and smile at each other before going back to sleep.
- After his aunt May greets him at the airport, Peter Parker puts on Tony Stark's Glasses and asks her opinion on how it looks.
- Right after Spider-Man glides through the former Avengers Tower, he lands and stands on the sculpture atop Grand Central Terminal.
- Flash Thompson's live stream of when the class is being attacked by Mysterio's drones.
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- Debbie's Alternate Demise (1.01: Pilot): Debbie was killed after she sent an assassin dressed as a policeman to kill Michael Peterson, using the method that would be later used to kill Edison Po.
- A Hacker Kind Of Life (1.05: Girl in the Flower Dress): Skye tells Grant Ward that Miles Lydon's driver's license was listed in an abandoned building.
- I Shot Someone (1.07: The Hub): Jemma Simmons asks Melinda May how to dispose of Agent Jasper Sitwell's body after shooting him with a Night-Night Gun.
- Worried About Ward (1.08: The Well): Skye, Jemma Simmons and Leopold Fitz are worried about Grant Ward. He changed by touching the Berserker Staff.
- Chopper Found (1.11: The Magical Place): Victoria Hand informs Grant Ward that S.H.I.E.L.D. found the helicopter used to kidnap Agent Phil Coulson.
- Simmons Had Boyfriends (1.12: Seeds): Jemma Simmons and Skye sit in the Boiler Room and discuss Simmons' love life while she was at the S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy of Science and Technology. Simmons admits that she only ever connected with Leo Fitz. She also states that Fitz is exactly twenty-three days older than herself.
- The Smartest Person (1.12: Seeds): Donnie Gill praises Leopold Fitz for his knowlege. According to Leopold Fitz, Jemma Simmons is smarter. He didn't like going to the Academy at the beginning. He was shy and a loner. His mother wanted to help him but didn't understand him. He wanted to talk to Simmons for a long time. But only dared when they were put into a team. She's a weird bird.
- Only One Person (1.18: Providence): Raina works with a scientist named Mehta on one of the corpses provided by John Garrett. A hacker explains to Raina that only one person can acces the files on the hard drive.
- Bakshi Discovers Agent Simmons Is The Mole (2.05: A Hen in the Wolf House): Kenneth Turgeon is strapped to a table with his mouth gagged by HYDRA operatives. As Turgeon struggles, Sunil Bakshi discovers that Jemma Simmons is the mole he seeks.
- Agent Simmons Confides In Agent Skye (2.06: A Fractured House): Skye and Jemma Simmons discuss Leo Fitz.
- Agent May Finds A Hidden Room (2.08: The Things We Bury): Melinda May and Jemma Simmons discover the vault of files left by Peggy Carter.
- Agent Fitz Consoles Agent Simmons (2.11: Aftershocks): Leo Fitz gives his condolences to Jemma Simmons about the death of Antoine Triplett.
- Agent Skye In Quarantine (2.11: Aftershocks): Bobbi Morse gives her condolences to Skye about the death of Antoine Triplett.
- Agent Fitz Confides In Agent Skye (2.12: Who You Really Are): Skye and Leo Fitz discuss keeping her powers a secret from the rest of the team.
- Agent Calderon And Bobbi Look For Agent Skye (2.15: One Door Closes): Tomas Calderon gives a better description of the enhanced individual HYDRA deployed during the Battle at the S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy.
- Agent Gonzales Recruits Agent May (2.16: Afterlife): Robert Gonzales recruits Melinda May to join his S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Bakshi Is Questioned (2.18: The Frenemy of My Enemy): Sunil Bakshi and Doctor List discuss the Assassination of HYDRA Leaders.
- Grant Ward Offers To Fly The Quinjet (2.18: The Frenemy of My Enemy): Kara Palamas volunteers Grant Ward to fly the Quinjet since Deathlok is with Sunil Bakshi and Doctor List.
- The Birth Of Daisy (2.21: S.O.S. Part One): Jiaying, having contractions twenty-six years ago, tells Calvin Zabo that it is time for Daisy to be born. She makes him promise that if anything happens to her, he will always protect their daughter.
- Warehouse Surprise (3.03: A Wanted (Inhu)man):
- The Final Blow (3.03: A Wanted (Inhu)man):
- Underground (3.05: 4,722 Hours):
- Doom & Hope (3.05: 4,722 Hours):
- The Climb (3.12: The Inside Man):
- Joined At The Wrist (3.12: The Inside Man):
- Primitives In The Lab (3.21: Absolution):
- Without A Plan (3.22: Ascension):
- I Said Ice Him (4.01: The Ghost):
- Looks Like A Broom Closet (4.02: Meet the New Boss):
- Birthday Bombing (4.09: Broken Promises):
- What's The Labyrinth? (4.12: Hot Potato Soup):
- You'll Be Many Things (4.15: Self Control):
- Don't Just Beat Them (4.15: Self Control):
- I Just Did (4.18: No Regrets):
- Find Him (4.22: World's End):
- I Admire You (4.22: World's End):
- Technically, They're Not Asteroids (5.02: Orientation Part Two): Deke Shaw further details to Phil Coulson how the Earth was destroyed and how the Lighthouse is located in the middle of its fragments.
- Welcome To The Future (5.02: Orientation Part Two): A Kree guard enters the elevator at the top of which Daisy Johnson, Alphonso Mackenzie, Yo-Yo Rodriguez and Deke Shaw hid a dead Kree guard. A drop of blue blood almost falls but Rodriguez catches it with her superhuman speed so it goes unnoticed by the Kree.
- You Have A Dangerous Job? (5.02: Orientation Part Two): Tess helps Melinda May make a bandage around her leg and mentions that she applied for having a child.
- There Are Two Things I Fear (5.12: The Real Deal): Jemma Simmons worries over the possible expansion of the Fear Dimension. Leo Fitz kisses her in comfort and tells her that his only fear is a life without her. He then opens Deke Shaw's Gravity Puck and suggests that it could not contain enough Gravitonium.
- Here's To You (5.12: The Real Deal): One of the Koenig brothers, either Sam or Billy, sends an encrypted message to congratulate Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons for their wedding.
- I Know More About Gravitonium (5.13: Principia) Leo Fitz and Deke Shaw have an argument and Shaw asks Fitz if he was ever able to build an entire virtual reality from nothing.
- Never Call Me That Again (5.13: Principia): Melinda May threatens to punch Tony Caine because of a nickname he gave her.
- Lead The Way Mack Hammer (5.13: Principia): While they explore the Principia, Daisy Johnson and Phil Coulson suggest splitting up to cover more ground, but Alphonso Mackenzie categorically refuses.
- Now We're Down Two More Agents (5.14: The Devil Complex): Daisy Johnson explains that she ordered Leo Fitz to be locked up and Melinda May asks her about a plan to find Phil Coulson.
- Phil Coulson's Coming For Me (5.15: Rise and Shine): After showing him the Phase Harmonic Teleportation Device, General Hale and her daughter Ruby tell Glenn Talbot that they have a way of making him cooperate.
- Are We Sure It's Not Another Trap? (5.17: The Honeymoon): The S.H.I.E.L.D. team discuss about the Sleeper Mechs signal they received, wondering if it could lead them to Hale's base.
- Good Luck (5.22: The End): Deke Shaw bids farewell to the S.H.I.E.L.D. team while he leaves for Chicago. On the way out, he hugs his grandparents, who wonder which side of the family his behavior comes from. While alone, Shaw calls River's End Police Department to tell them about the Lighthouse and how it could shelter the population of River's End if necessary.
- Seven Minutes in Heaven: Jimmy the Bear was due to appear in Ryker's Island and encounter the Punisher.
- Dancing Zemo (1.03: Power Broker): An extended version of the Zemo dancing sequence at Sharon Carter's party.
- Joss Whedon Reveals 10 Avengers: Age Of Ultron Secrets
- Ant-Man Originally Had A Completely Different Opening Scene
- First-Ever Look at New Ant-Man Deleted Scene Revealed by Peyton Reed
- Translated from German: The Amazing Sticky Boy
- DANCING ZEMO - Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and The Winter Soldier - Disney+