Many are still trying to adjust to a Marvel Cinematic Universe where half of all life does not exist. But all of the excitement in Avengers: Infinity War that led up to that moment was thrilling if not the best moments in the entire MCU.
Now we will get to re-live all of that when the Blu-ray hits home video in August, with its Digital format ready for a late July release. A trailer for the home video release, as well as info on the bonus features that will be included, can be found below.
Per Marvel Entertainment’s YouTube video, Avengers: Infinity War will be available on digital on July 31st, and on Blu-ray and other physical formats on August 14th.
And here are just some of the bonus features that will be available on the Blu-ray:
Strange Alchemy (5:08) – Share the thrill of characters from across the MCU meeting for the first time—and discover why some were teamed up together.
The Mad Titan (6:34) – Explore the MCU’s biggest, baddest villain, his trail of influence through the stories, and the existential threat he represents.
Beyond the Battle: Titan (9:36) – Dive into the climactic struggle on Thanos’ ruined world, including the epic stunts and VFX, to uncover the source of its power.
Beyond the Battle: Wakanda (10:58) – Go behind the scenes to find out how the filmmakers pulled off the most massive and challenging battle Marvel had ever attempted.
Deleted and Extended Scenes (10:07)
Happy Knows Best (1:23) – Tony and Pepper spar over the details of their upcoming wedding—until a hassled Happy Hogan pulls up with an urgent request.
Hunt for the Mind Stone (1:24) – On a darkened street, Wanda Maximoff and the wounded Vision attempt to hide from Thanos’ brutal allies.
The Guardians Get Their Groove Back (3:20) – As Peter Quill and Drax quarrel over their failed mission to Knowhere, Mantis interrupts with news.
A Father’s Choice (4:00) – Thanos confronts Gamora with a vision from her past—and with lying to him about the Soul Stone.
Gag Reel (2:05) – Watch your favorite Super Heroes make super gaffes in this lighthearted collection of on-set antics.
Audio Commentary (approx. 149 min.) by Anthony and Joe Russo, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely
That is over two hours of double features. It’s not enough to hold us over until Captain Marvel or even Avengers 4, but it should be enough to keep us entertained at least until the Ant-Man and the Wasp Blu-ray hits store shelves. Until then, we have to impatiently wait until its release. Or maybe we can just find other Infinity War showings, that is if there are any left. Let’s face it, when it does hit store shelves, we will watch the film over and over again.