Deleted Scene Shows Gamora Survived in Endgame!

While in Avengers: Endgame, there were plenty of questions that were answered, there were also many that were left unanswered. One big question that has fans talking is whether the 2014 version of Gamora (Zoe Saldana) is still alive following Iron Man’s universe-altering snap. A deleted scene has now revealed that she was still alive while all of the other heroes mourned Tony Stark. 

The scene portayed Gamora being the only member in the funeral that doesn’t bend her knee in order to show respect to the fallen Iron Man. The Russo brothers said, “It’s a beautiful scene with moving performances, but we filmed it prior to Tony Stark’s funeral. The funeral scene ultimately became a more resonant and emotional reflection on Tony’s death for us.” 

We can have an idea of some of the futures of our beloved MCU characters from the teasers that have been revealed in Spiderman: Far From Home and Thor 4, etc. But with Gamora, her future is unknown to us – but it is quite likely with how popular she is that she will be returning in some form. In Infinity War, we saw Gamora fall to her death after being thrown from a cliff by her adoptive father, Thanos. However, an earlier version of Gamora appeared in Endgame, giving fans hope that this is the way for her to return in future MCU films. 

Especially Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. 

Whether cutting her from this scene meant that she is dead or alive, we don’t know. We can only keep our eyes out in hope that she will be appearing in the future and will be reunited with Star Lord. 

 

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