Marvel’s Kevin Feige has been teasing the fact that Marvel is assembling a gigantic box set they’re calling “The Infinity Saga,” that will feature every Marvel Cinematic Universe movie to date. There’s no release date announced yet, but Feige has said that the set will include footage that’s never been seen before by fans, including alternate takes and deleted scenes.

At the Saturn Awards this weekend, Feige revealed one such goodie: A never-before-seen alternate post-credits scene from the very first Iron Man. The scene has totally different dialogue than the version in the original 2008 film. In this version, Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury alludes to the Hulk (who was coming in the next MCU movie at the time, The Incredible Hulk), Spider-Man (who wouldn’t show up for eight years, in Captain America: Civil War), and the X-Men (who still haven’t appeared in an MCU movie yet). Take a look in the video below:

If you’d like to compare, here’s the original Iron Man post-credits scene. Featuring an uncredited and unannounced cameo by Sam Jackson as Nick Fury, teasing an Avengers movie that was still years away, the sequence got a huge amount of buzz. It might be the most important scenes in the history of the MCU.

Kevin Feige did say that The Infinity Saga box set will be coming out some time “later this year.”

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