With a runtime of 2 hours and 3 minutes, Captain Marvel is a little shorter than your average MCU movie, but it looks like the film’s home release will offer plenty of fresh material for fans to savor.
If you thought that the heroine didn’t get enough screen time in Avengers: Endgame, then you may appreciate the news recently shared by Anton Volkov from TrailerTrack. Taking to Twitter, Volkov reported that the digital and Blu-Ray release of Carol Danvers’ solo debut will contain a hefty 26 minutes of deleted scenes.
While we’ve yet to hear any details about this bonus content, one image shared by Entertainment Weekly several months ago suggests that a scene of the Starforce team crossing paths with Ronan the Accuser was left on the cutting room floor. There was also a rumor going round earlier this year that extra scenes were shot of the Supreme Intelligence speaking to Carol, Ronan and Yon-Rogg.
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On top of that, a new leak suggests that the Captain Marvel home release will contain various featurettes with the following titles (translated from German):
- The Dream Team
- The Story of Nick Fury
- The mightiest Figure of the MCU
- The Skrulls and the Kree
- The new Superhero
- A strange Cat
But while bonus content is all well and good, a lot of fans are currently keen to find out when Carol is next returning to theaters. Seeing how the first Captain Marvel has so far made a whopping $1.113 billion at the box office, a second solo outing seems pretty inevitable. Moreover, while next to nothing has been confirmed on the project, producer Kevin Feige has hinted that it might be another period flick set before the events of Endgame. Either way, watch this space for further news.