Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ Blu-ray Deleted Scenes Deepen Some Of Its Key Relationships
Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings will officially be released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, and DVD on November 30 with 11 deleted scenes that look to potentially deepen and expand on the film’s characters and relationships.
Shang-Chi will become available digitally on Disney+ and such digital stores as Apple TV, Prime Video, and Vudu on November 12, but those who still choose to purchase physical media will be able to enjoy all these special features at any time.
While Shang-Chi star Florian Munteanu already teased one of the deleted scenes featuring his character Razor Fist, there are plenty more exciting scenes that just didn’t quite make the final cut of the film. These include;
- 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.
Alongside these deleted scenes, other special features include a Gag Reel, a behind-the-scenes feature called Building the Legacy, a deep dive into Shang-Chi and Xu Wenwu’s relationship, and Audio Commentary with director Destin Daniel Cretton and writer Dave Callaham.
Shang-Chi has been a huge hit for Marvel and its decision to keep it exclusively in theaters, as it recently surpassed $386 million in ticket sales globally and became the first film in the pandemic to reach $206 million at the domestic box office.
In our Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings review, we said that it “is a confident introduction to Marvel’s first Asian superhero, delivering the MCU’s best fight choreography and one of its most emotionally complex villains.”
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