Blu-Ray Features For Avengers: Infinity War Make Their Way Online

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July 03, 2018  01:42 PM

Avengers: Infinity War might have just recently bowed out of cinemas around the globe, but it looks like information on the film’s Blu-Ray and DVD details have managed to make their way online.

Taking to Twitter, Marvel fan Anton Volkov let out what seems to be the bonus features everyone can expect in the Blu-Ray release of the first installment in Marvel’s two-part Avengers movie. Volkov obtained and translated the information from a German website which leaked the details of the bonus features to the public. Not only do we get quite a number of featurettes, we also get about 3 deleted scenes, an intro from Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo, and a gag reel from the production.

#Avengers #InfinityWar Blu-ray deets: 45 minutes of extras with 6 and a half minutes worth of deleted scenes. Had a go at translating the German titles:

— Anton Volkov (@antovolk) July 3, 2018

Fans can pretty much guess from the titles of the deleted scenes what they might be able to see from the extra footage. Happy Has A Perspective probably has to do with a minor scene with Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan, Hunt for the Mind Stone most likely is extra footage of the Black Order hunting down Vision (Paul Bettany) and The Guardians Find Their Groove could be a little dance sequence or another gimmick for everyone’s favorite cosmic thugs-turned-heroes.

 From the look of things, it seems like the deleted scenes wouldn’t have made any drastic changes to Infinity War had it been part of the final cut – each sequence seems too minor to make any sort of dent on the film. Marvel fans are still going to want a copy though. If not for the gag reel, then for the featurettes.

Marvel’s next film, Ant-Man and the Wasp, makes its big debut on July 6.



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