Record Setting ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Hits Blu-Ray In August

Avengers: Infinity War is the fourth highest grossing film of all time and made over $2 billion in just 48 days, so it’s safe to say that the Blu-ray demand will be at an all time high when it comes out August 14. The picture also comes out digitally on July 31.

The digital version includes a a 30-minute roundtable with Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) filmmakers Anthony and Joe Russo (the Infinity War directors), Jon Favreau, Joss Whedon, James Gunn, Ryan Coogler, Peyton Reed, and Taika Waititi. The Blu-ray version’s top extras include over 10 minutes of deleted and extended scenes, with a four-minute chunk devoted to a scene between Thanos (Josh Brolin) and Gamora (Zoe Saldana). An audio commentary with the Russos and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, as well as several featurettes (“Strange Alchemy,” “Mad Titan,” “Beyond the Battle: Wakanda,” “Beyond the Battle: Titan”) and a gag reel round out the extras.

Were you a fan of Avengers: Infinity War and are you excited for its Blu-ray and digital release? Feel free to comment below! 

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‘Black Panther’: For Director Ryan Coogler, It Was Always Personal

Black Panther has been a worldwide smash, breaking all kinds of box office records along the way. The movie has struck a chord with audiences, and many have been able to find personal meaning in the film’s messages. That’s exactly how the movie’s director, Ryan Coogler, hoped it would turn out, because when he was brought on to the project, it became very personal to him. (Click on the media bar below to hear Ryan Coogler)

Black Panther is still playing in theaters everywhere.

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Chadwick Boseman: Director’s Work Ethic Made ‘Black Panther’ Work

Black Panther was a box office animal this past weekend, shattering records with its $235 million opening. While analysts try to break down the movie to figure out why it did so phenomenally well, star Chadwick Boseman offers a very simple explanation: He thinks director Ryan Coogler was the right man for the job, and he inspired everyone on the set to make an awesome film. (Click on the media bar below to hear Chadwick Boseman)

Black Panther is playing now in theaters everywhere.

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Daniel Kaluuya Inspired By Working With ‘Black Panther’ Director Ryan Coogler

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It’s been a great creative period for Daniel Kaluuya thanks to the critical acclaim that was heaped on the horror thriller Get Out. That role will undoubtedly open even more doors for the talented actor, and in Black Panther he plays W’Kabi, T’Challa’s (Chadwick Boseman) closest friend who has his own vision on how Wakanda should be run.

Kaluuya had nothing but praise for Black Panther filmmaker Ryan Coogler. “He knows himself, he knows what he’s about,” said Kaluuya. “He spots little things. He’s very emotionally detailed and just seeing him just navigate this job – it’s breaking new ground. Growth hurts and to see him go through this is just really inspiring.”

Click on the media bar to hear Kaluuya elaborate on how he connected with W’Kabi:


Black Panther, co-starring Lupita N’yongo and Martin Freeman, is now playing nationwide.

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Michael B. Jordan Continues To “Grow” With ‘Black Panther’ Director Ryan Coogler

European Premiere of Marvel Studios' "Black Panther"

One of cinema’s most successful collaborations is between filmmaker Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan. Their previous films Fruitvale Station and Creed were critical successes, and now the duo are receiving tons of praises for their work in Black Panther. It’s a partnership that is akin to Martin Scorsese’s early collaborations with Robert De Niro, and hopefully Black Panther is just another step in a long and successful union.

“We continue to grow,” said Jordan who plays villain Erik Kilmonger in the film. “We’re growing together. We raise the bar – we try to one each project that we do. I’m forever impressed by his talent and ability. We have a connection that can’t be broken.”

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Black Panther, co-starring Chadwick Boseman, opens nationwide February 16.


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