The Justice League Blu-Ray Will Have Bonus Scenes After All

Justice League team assembled

Justice League's theatrical run has pretty much wrapped up, but nowadays, the wait from a movie's time in theaters to being available on home media is shorter than ever. It's finally been confirmed that you'll be able to enjoy Justice League in the comfort of your own home starting in March (or February if you prefer buying your movies digitally), and with that release comes a lot of special features. For those of you who've been wondering for weeks if we'd see any deleted material on the Justice League Blu-ray, rest assured, it will include several bonus scenes.

Among the many special features you'll find on the Justice League Blu-ray are extra scenes that were not included in the theatrical cut, all of which are classified as "The Return of Superman." No details were provided on what any of those scenes will be, though going off that header, it's a safe bet at least a couple (if not all of them) will feature our favorite Man of Steel. Alas, if you've been wanting to see an extended version of Justice League, Zack Snyder cut or otherwise, one isn't forthcoming. DC previously released extended versions of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad at the same time as the regular release, but instead Justice League will follow in Man of Steel and Wonder Woman's footsteps. That said, I remember how Fox didn't release X-Men: Days of Future Past - The Rogue Cut until nine months after the regular release, so perhaps Warner Bros could take a similar course of action with Justice League.

Here are some of the other special features you can enjoy when you buy the Justice League Blu-ray/DVD:

Road to JusticeJourney alongside DC comic creators as they explore over fifty years of the Justice League, from comic books to animated adventures to their cinematic debut.Heart of JusticeDiscover the heart, soul and mind of the Justice League, as the cast and filmmakers share their admiration for DC's iconic Trinity: Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman.Technology of the Justice LeagueFrom Batman's arsenal to Cyborg's alien tech, interface with the Justice League database to learn their most advanced secrets.Justice League: The New HeroesJoin Ray Fisher on a personal tour to meet the newest members of the Justice League: Aquaman, the Flash and Cyborg.Steppenwolf the ConquerorJoin actor Ciarán Hinds and the filmmakers as they reveal the story behind mankind's ancient enemy and the Justice League's greatest challenge.Suit Up: The Look of the LeagueCostume Designer Michael Wilkinson explores the innovation and artistry that goes into creating the costumes of DC's iconic heroes.

The Justice League Blu-ray will also include four "Scene Studies" that break down the "filmmaking process behind Justice League's most visually exciting and action-packed sequences." Still, I imagine many DC Extended Universe fans are primarily looking forward to seeing these bonus scenes. The DC team-up movie went through a lot of changes behind the scenes, so it will be interesting to see some moments from when the movie was maneuvering down a different path.

You can also check out the Justice League promo video for the home release below, which teases one of the Superman-centric bonus scenes.

Justice League will be available for digital purchase on February 13, while the Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and DVD copies will hit shelves on March 13. For those of you already looking to the DCEU's future, the franchise will continue when Aquaman is released on December 21, followed by Shazam! on April 5, 2019.

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