Marvel Announces Shang-Chi’s Blu-ray Release Date, Special Features
After spending four consecutive weeks at the top of the box office, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is plotting its home video release. Disney previously announced that Marvel’s latest blockbuster will be available to stream on Disney+ starting on November 12. But for anyone who still prefers physical media, the film will arrive on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD a few weeks later on November 30. You can check out the cover art below.
Naturally, the upcoming Blu-ray release features a ton of special features. There’s the usual gag reel, which gives fans the chance to watch Simu Liu, Awkwafina, et al. mess up their lines. But even more enticing are the 11 deleted scenes, many of which give additional screen time to Meng’er Zhang’s Xialing. Check out the full list of scenes below.
- They’re Waiting – Shang-Chi and Katy connect with Xialing over a call.
- Take a Shot – Katy has a moment of resolve during a battle.
- Apology – Years after his sudden absence, Shang-Chi tries to apologize to Xialing.
- I’m Here – Shang-Chi and Katy have a conversation in the alley. Katy reassures Shang-Chi that she will always be his support system.
- Pep Talk – In order to turn the tide, Razor Fist encourages Katy during the middle of a battle.
- Greatness – Trevor and Katy bond over passions in their getaway car.
- Escape Tunnel – The gang slips out through Trevor’s escape tunnel in order to secure a getaway vehicle.
- Two Sons – Xu Wenwu compares Shang-Chi and Razor Fist during a tense dinner.
- Postcard – Shang-Chi and Xu Wenwu reunite as father and son. Shang-Chi makes it clear he disagrees with Xu Wenwu’s philosophy.
- Just Friends – Katy and Xialing get to know each other. Xialing asks Katy some personal questions.
- Do It Yourself – Xu Wenwu returns to his empire after the Iron Gang boss is captured.
Other special features include “Building a Legacy,” which takes viewers behind-the-scenes of Shang-Chi’s MCU debut. Another featurette dubbed “Family Ties” will zero in on the complex relationship between Shang-Chi and his father, Wenwu. Viewers can also watch the film with audio commentary from director Destin Daniel Cretton and co-writer Dave Callaham.
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