Apparently not. We have to wait for the DVD I think. (Though it doesn't like we're missing that much.)
Yes it's a bit of a misconception how manual that whole process is outside of digital projection that is still in the minority.
When the Iron Man premiere left out the extra end credits scene I remember one poster here saying that was far too expensive to cut and show later. In fact they did and all they really do is just cut with a knife or glue things on. My old pal that runs a cinema cut Gremlins by 33 seconds and got a lower certificate from the local council, glued them back on later and sent it back to the studio. They glue the ads on at the start.
So to add a scene to a film that's already in the cinema is a logistical nightmare, cutting is quite easy. After waiting a week it seems the North American audience will get an extra but yeah I've read what's in it too so I'm not going to cry about it.