While it has already been revealed that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever would hit Disney+ on February 1st, we’re now getting information on the physical release. While unconfirmed by Disney, Blu-ray.com says the film will hit DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD on February 7th.
In terms of special features, you’ll get the usual audio commentary, a gag reel, and a couple of featurettes. But what’s going to be most interesting are the deleted scenes, which heavily feature Danai Gurira’s Okoye, and what she went through after being stripped of her title as leader of the Dora Milaje.
We also get a deleted scene with Martin Freeman’s Everett K. Ross. I would say between Ross and Okoye these characters’ story arcs were the least satisfying, so these scenes are good to see.
And is this great cover art for the steelbook releases, or what? Showing both sides of the coin, one features Shuri and the people closest to her, while the other has Namor and the warriors by his side. Very cool and I’m definitely getting those.
Gag Reel – Take a look at some of the lighthearted moments on the set of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Audio Commentary – Listen to Ryan Coogler, Joe Robert Cole, and Autumn Durald Arkapaw discuss the film.
- Envisioning Two Worlds – Uncover the making of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever through the lens and leadership of co-writer/director Ryan Coogler, production designer Hannah Beachler, and costume designer Ruth Carter.
- Passing the Mantle – Follow the evolution of the Black Panther through the films. In tracing Shuri, Ramonda, and Riri’s journeys through the film, this featurette explores what legacy ultimately means in Wakanda and how it will resonate with MCU viewers for years to come.
- Outside The Scope – Okoye has a shocking standoff with Ayo and the Dora Milaje. Aneka makes a challenging decision.
- The Upstairs Toilet – Ross infiltrates the NSA in disguise in an attempt to uncover information.
- Daughter of the Border – After a conversation with her Uncle, Okoye is faced with a daunting choice.
- Anytime, Anywhere – In Haiti, Shuri and Okoye share a bittersweet moment.