In just a couple weeks, Marvel will be dropping its Blu-Ray offering of this past May’s Captain America: Civil War, which saw Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) on opposite sides of the debate as to whether superheroes should register under the Sokovia Accords. In the film, the Accords would give the government oversight on the comings and goings of superfolk wanting to engage in derring-do.
Ahead of the release, Marvel has been parsing out deleted scenes that will be included on the Blu-Ray, the latest of which involves a tete-a-tete between Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and King T’Challa of Wakanda, the Black Panther, (Chadwick Boseman) concerning the legality of the king’s recent actions. Following his capture of the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), who T’Challa sees as responsible for his father’s death, the Black Widow suggests that, under the Sokovia Accords, his actions might have violated international law.
Captain America: Civil War is being released digitally on September 2nd, with the Blu-Ray on sale September 13th.