Recently, the Russo brothers revealed that, relatively speaking, there isn’t a huge amount of deleted material out there for Avengers: Infinity War. As the longest entry in the MCU to date at just shy of 2 hours and 30 minutes, the directors managed to squeeze in almost everything they wanted into the runtime. However, there were a few scenes that seemingly didn’t make it into the final cut, as details on the film’s Blu-ray release leaked out earlier today.
Though there was no sign of that extra 30 mins of Thanos’ backstory which was rumored to be included on the disc, we do know that there will still be a few deleted scenes for fans to feast on, including one involving Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan and another featuring the Guardians. But it seems there’s still more out there, as some new concept art has surfaced and it appears to depict a few moments that never made it to the big screen.
Seen below, you can lay eyes on gorgeous designs of several familiar moments. There’s Loki’s demise at the hands of Thanos, Doctor Strange trying to hold off the Mad Titan’s forces in New York, a bunch of stuff from Wakanda and more. However, sprinkled in with all that are also some visuals you might not recognize, like Thor facing off against the Black Order and Thanos staring down the Collector. All in all, it’s a great look at how some of these scenes came to life and you can feast your eyes on the entire collection of Pete Thompson’s art down below.
Pretty neat, eh? Of course, with Avengers: Infinity War now having been in theaters for several months, you can expect more and more behind the scenes looks to continue surfacing. Up next will likely be the film’s Blu-ray release, which is rumored for next month. And though full details on what’ll be included on it have yet to be confirmed by Marvel, we’re hopeful that there’s a whole lot more than what was shown on that leaked list earlier this morning.
As always, we’ll be sure to bring you any further Avengers: Infinity War goodies that make their way onto the web, but in the meantime, fans can look forward to re-entering the MCU this Friday, when Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man and the Wasp opens to the tune of $80 million.