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Marvel Sets DVD Release for Agents of SHIELD and Captain America: The Winter Soldier


Marvel announced today that Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Season One will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on September 9 and, along with all 22 episodes of the season, it is jam packed with special features. Pre-order it today via Amazon.

The Assembling the Universe special that aired earlier this year, a special look at the first appearance of AoS at the San Diego Comic-Con as well as five behind the scenes featurettes for favorite scenes from the show:

“The Malibu Jump”
“The Bridge”
“Asgardian Bar Fight”
“Cello Duet”

Special features also include a visual effects breakdown, episode commentaries, deleted scenes and a gag reel.


August 19 sees the digital release of Captain America: Winter Solider on Digital 3D, Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere. The movie will be released on Blu-ray and DVD alongside Agents of SHIELD on September 9.

Special features include:

– Making-of Featurettes
– Audio Commentary
– Deleted Scenes
– Bloopers
– And More…

Did you notice the same thing I did about this list? It’s missing a Marvel One-Shot. In fact, Entertainment Weekly announced that Winter Soldier will not have a One-Shot attached to it and Marvel confirmed it on Twitter.

It’s an interesting decision to not add a short film to the video release, especially because they have only grown in popularity. Two of them have spawned TV shows (“Item 47” was the idea behind Agents of SHIELD and the “Agent Carter” will continue as a show) and the latest one, “All Hail The King,” features an Oscar winning actor as the main character.

That said, it could be that the success of the short films has actually led to its temporary hiatus. With two TV shows in production and movies mapped out for the next decade and a half, Marvel has it’s hands full and, thus far, they haven’t been ones to create something that wasn’t going to get its full attention.

Is this the end of the Marvel One-Shots? Probably not, but it may be a while before we see another one.


The last bit of news is really only a step above being a rumor as neither Disney nor Marvel has confirmed this. Latino-Review is reporting that Josh Brolin has been cast as Thanos in Guardians of the Galaxy and will continue his role into Phase 3 of the MCU movies.