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Captain America: Civil War Deleted Scene Gives Black Panther What He Wants

News Bot Aug 31, 2016

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    We're inching closer and closer to Captain America: Civil War's Blu-ray release date, and the package's special features just keep on coming early. This time, it's a deleted scene that features a confrontation between Black Panther (aka T'Challa) and Black Widow (aka Natasha Romanoff).
    The scene depicts T'Challa sitting alone in a room, as Romanoff enters to talk to him. She mentions his suit, which is made of the same material as Captain America's shield, and adds that his actions have put him under the jurisdiction of the Accord, the bill that caused a rift in The Avengers and started the titular civil war. You can see the rest of the scene in the video below, revealed by USA Today.

    Captain America: Civil War releases on digital HD, digital 3D, and Disney Movies Anywhere on September 2, while the Blu-ray, DVD, and on-demand versions hit stores on September 13. You can see the full list of bonus material present on the Blu-ray version or watch the Civil War gag reel, which features the movie's actors forgetting lines and swearing.
    There was a time when Civil War directors Joe and Anthony Russo explored the possibility of different stories for the third Captain America movie. Robert Downey Jr. wasn't confirmed to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the time, as his contract had been fulfilled, so one of the stories the Russo brothers was thinking of going with would have revolved around a device that takes over people's minds and causes them to go crazy.


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