Avengers: Endgame has broken box office records and now it’s set to break nerd’s replay buttons when it lands on home video this Summer packed with features.
The blockbuster hit returns to theaters on Friday with new footage in an attempt to dethrone Avatar’s box office gross. It is about $29 million short of beating that $2.749 billion record Avatar set nearly a decade ago.
Marvel seems to be taking mercy on the fans that keep rewatching the film by releasing this. Endgame will release first on Video On Demand services on July 30th, shortly followed by Blu-ray drop on Aug. 13th. You can see the trailer below:
Digital owners (which you still get with Blu-ray purchases) snag an extra exclusive called Steve and Peggy: One Last Dance, covering their history in the MCU. Also, the godfather of comics himself Stan Lee will be honored in Remembering Stan Lee where the cast looks back at his accomplishments and cameos.
The Endgame Blu-ray also has three documentaries for the heroes who got their swan song. A Man out of Time: Creating Captain America, Black Widow: Whatever It Takes and Setting The Tone: Casting Robert Downey Jr. will encapsulate these characters journeys along with the actors.
Features on Top of Features
There is a host of features on the Endgame Blu-ray and digital version.
There will be audio commentary from the Russo brothers, the directors, along with writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. The previous Infinity War commentary gave hints at the future of the MCU as well as confirming/denying fan theories.
The Russos also get a feature titled The Russo Brothers: Journey to Endgame. Meanwhile, the ladies are front and center in their own segment called The Women of The MCU.
Wherever there are women, a bro is not too far behind as “Bro Thor” leads his own feature. This special tracks on how they got Chris Hemsworth to put a calorie in his body and his disheveled transformation.
In addition, other special features are going to include a gag reel and some deleted scenes. The names for the cut scenes are: “Suckiest Army in the Galaxy”, “Tony and Howard”, “Avengers Take a Knee”, “Bombs on Board”, “You Used to Frickin’ Live Here”, and “Goji Berries.”
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