‘Black Panther’ Blu-ray Will Include a Bunch of Deleted Scenes and a Gag Reel

The Black Panther mania lives on. After Marvel's latest film overthrew Titantic's longstanding record of being the third highest grossing domestic film of all time, the comic book giant announced Black Panther will be available for viewers to watch at home next month.

But buyers won't just get the film to enjoy in the comfort of their home. There will also be a bunch of new content included like a director's intro and commentary from Ryan Coogler, a roundtable discussion on creating the film, a featurette on the women of Wakanda, a breakdown of the technology in the film, a discussion on Marvel Studios' first 10 years called “Connecting the Universe,” and some Wakanda tourism ads.

Those who buy the new release will also receive deleted scenes titled “U.N. Meet and Greet,” “Okoye and W'Kabi Discuss the Future of Wakanda,” “T'Challa Remembers His Father,” and “Voices from the Past.” There will also be a gag reel that's bound to be hilarious along with a sneak peek at Ant-Man and The Wasp, scheduled to hit theaters July 6. Buyers can also indulge in retailer exclusives like Best Buy's steel-book case, Target's filmmaker edition, or Walmart's exclusive trading cards. But what we really need is more clips of Letitia Wright and Lupita Nyong'o dropping bars.


Black Panther will be available digitally on May 8 while the physical versions will be available May 15.

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