If you are a Marvel fan who cannot make the stretch between April’s Avengers: Endgame release date and July’s Spider-Man: Far From Home premiere, you’re in luck!  Because now you have something to look forward to and help bridge that gap. Disney just revealed the release date for Captain Marvel on digital, Blu-ray, and DVD at yesterday’s espnW Summit NYC.

Captain Marvel Comes Home

The 1990s-era origin story of Carol Danvers, will be available on May 28th through digital vendors such as iTunes and Amazon in both Digital HD and 4K Ultra HD™. Blu-ray™ and Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD™ will then drop two weeks later on June 11. Captain Marvel was a box office hit grossing over $1 billion worldwide.

Captain Marvel

See Disney and Marvel Studio’s announcement below:

Arriving home with extensive line-up of extras detailing the development of this highly anticipated addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), “Captain Marvel” includes Featurettes that highlight the transformative journey of Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) and her character’s impact on audiences around the globe; the influence of Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) on significant events within the MCU; the perfect pairing of directors Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck; the ongoing conflict between the Skrulls and the Kree; and the raw talent behind the fetching feline named Goose. Viewers also gain access to six deleted scenes, director commentary, a gag reel loaded with funnies, flubs and Flerkens, and never-before-seen concept art and production photography.

Captain Marvel
Captain Marvel’s Brie Larson. (Getty Images)

Brie Larson had this to say about playing the Marvel hero:

“What I love about Captain Marvel is that she was strong before she got superpowers.  She was already awesome and a strong leader. You can be a hero without the powers and not being perfect. Captain Marvel is not an idealized version of perfection. She has flaws and makes mistakes—that makes her relatable.”

– Brie Larson, Vanity Fair Interview (March 9, 2019)

Goose the cat says make sure you get your copy, or he’ll eat you too!  Until it’s release, the film is still playing in select theaters.