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Though unconfirmed by Paramount Pictures, Blu-ray.com has all the details on Captain America‘s Blu-ray/DVD including special features and a release date.

Captain America: The First Avenger will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on October 25th, 2011!

Check out the special features below! At this time, we’re unsure if the features will be included in all versions of Captain America, or just the Blu-ray version.

- Audio Commentary with director Joe Johnston, cinematographer Shelly Johnso and editor     Jeffrey Ford

- Outfitting a Hero

- The Assembly Begins

- Howling Commandos

- Heightened Technology

- The Transformation

- Behind the Skull

- Captain America’s Origins

- Deleted Scenes

- Marvel One Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer

- The Avengers animated series trailer

Will you be picking up Captain America: The First Avenger on October 25th? Let us know!

Thanks to ComicBookMovie for the info!

  • Jason

    No, The Dark Knight is the best superhero movie ever. Captain America was merely passable.

  • http://twitter.com/potterisawesome michael filipovic

    The Dark Knight is the best superhero film ever, Captain America is a very good super hero film. I am going to pre-order the 3D combo pack, just like I did with Thor and Pirates of the Caribbean.

  • NerdGirl101

    YES!!!!! I cannot wait. The Dark Knight was soooooo over dramatic and annoying. I loved Captain America and Thor and I hope I will be able to buy them both. Marvel ROCKS!!!
    –Obviously not a DC fan

  • Anonymous

    Man now I’m going to rent Dark Knight again as well. I have been refreshing myself getting ready for Avengers in May, this was the one I was waiting for. I like Captain America, because it actually had the back story, I’ve seen to many movies where they automatically think you know the back story, and if you don’t you are totally lost, I think they spent the time because they knew Avengers would be coming and they could afford a movie on who he was and how he became Cap. I’ve already got it in my queue so when it releases, blockbuster will ship it to me that day. This Blockbuster Movie Pass has been great since I started it, I can get my movies through the mail, and enjoy streaming, plus 20 movie channels from DISH since I had the platinum before the change, that stayed the same but I have loved Epix since we first released it at work, and it’s all for $10 a month. I spent all this month renting all the marvel movies, but I still don’t get the first Hulk movie, it seemed so far out of the realm.

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