'Captain America: Civil War' Blu-ray Extras Revealed

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Captain America: Civil War still doesn't have a release date for its DVD or Blu-ray. Nonetheless, the special features are already set, with a list of them allegedly uncovered at a Disney Holiday Preview event in New York.

Stitchkingdom.com claims that the Blu-ray will have a two-part making of feature, as "United We Stand, Divided We Fall" allegedly shows "Captain America’s journey through every decisive moment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in this complete behind-the-scenes look at a landmark in the Marvel saga."

For good measure, a separate featurette also shows Cap's road towards Civil War over the years, along with one for Iron Man as well. In addition, directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo will give an audio commentary, while a gag rule and an unspecified amount of deleted and extended scenes are included too.

The website also has a preview of the alleged Blu-ray cover, which resembles the poster of Iron Man and Cap on opposing sides. While their respective teams were also alongside them in the poster, Bucky is the only one right by Cap's side and Black Widow is the only one alongside Iron Man here. Also, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch and Black Panther are standing at a distance, The Vision, Falcon and War Machine are flying, Ant-Man can be found if one squints hard enough, and Spider-Man is still not among them, as Tom Holland's name isn't even among the cast list.

Finally, Marvel looks ahead to the future, as the Civil War Blu-ray supposedly has an exclusive sneak peek for Doctor Strange entitled "Open Your Mind" By the time that feature comes out, there will probably be at least one more new trailer and other new footage released, since Doctor Strange will near its Nov. 4 release date by then.

This strategy is actually similar to DC, since the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition Blu-ray also has new sneak peeks for Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman. Ironically enough, the Civil War Blu-ray news was found on the same day that Batman v Superman happened to be released on digital platforms.

Captain America: Civil War will presumably have the superhero thunder to itself when it hits the DVD/Blu-ray/digital markets, whenever that may be. In the meantime, it remains in theaters as it tries to add a little bit more to its $400+ million domestic tally.