Warner Bros. has announced when the Blu-ray/DVD version of the box office smash Wonder Woman will arrive and what bonus features it will contain. Starting with the release date, the home video version will arrive first, coming out on digital stores on August 29, before coming to Blu-ray and DVD on September 19, according to Collider.
As for the bonus features, one of the coolest-sounding ones is an epilogue. Titled “Etta’s Mission,” this scene will follow Etta Candy as she “gets the boys back together for a secret mission that could impact humanity’s future.”
The home video version of Wonder Woman also includes a feature called “Crafting the Wonder,” in which the producers “explore the journey to create an adventure worthy of DC’s greatest warrior.”
There are also numerous videos featuring director Patty Jenkins; these include:
A Director’s Vision: Themyscira: The Hidden Island
A Director’s Vision: Beach Battle
A Director’s Vision: A Photograph Through Time
A Director’s Vision: Diana in the Modern World
A Director’s Vision: Wonder Woman at War
Below is a list of some of the other bonus features, with descriptions from Warner Bros:
Warriors of Wonder Woman – Witness the creation of the Amazon army as the women of “Wonder Woman” transform emotionally and physically into the world’s most powerful and heroic warriors.
The Trinity – Filmmakers and comic book creators explore the legend of Wonder Woman and how she stands shoulder to shoulder with Superman and Batman to create the pillars of the DC Universe.
The Wonder Behind the Camera– Meet the women behind the wonder as they welcome a group of aspiring filmmakers on set for an exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Finding the Wonder Woman Within – Feel the power of Wonder Woman as award-winning poets and inspiring public figures reveal the impact and importance of DC’s greatest heroine.
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The NFL preseason officially kicked off last week when the Cowboys and Cardinals traveled to Canton, Ohio, for the Hall of Fame Game. Now, the rest of the league will get their opportunity to earn extra reps and pray for the mercy of the injury gods when the first week of the preseason ramps up Thursday night.
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While some passers sit, others will be waging another round in a fight for a starting role. The Broncos and Bears will meet with their passer situations in flux; Trevor Siemian and the aforementioned Glennon are the penciled-in starters, but two first-round draft picks, Paxton Lynch and Mitchell Trubisky, respectively, will push them.
The Browns, as is tradition, will host their annual quarterback competition on Thursday as well. This fall, the top spot will be a battle between Cody Kessler — the lone returnee of the team’s five passers to earn snaps in 2016 — Brock Osweiler, and DeShone Kizer.