Official Description: Thanos confronts Gamora with a vision from her past—and with lying to him about the Soul Stone.
Finally we have what is the longest of the deleted scenes, with a running time of four minutes. Based on the description, it’s hard to precisely say when or where this moment would take place, but clearly it’s after Gamora’s aforementioned kidnapping. This could be on Titan, before Gamora sees what he adoptive father has done to Nebula (Karen Gillan), but it might also be a longer moment on the planet Vormir before the movie’s notably horrific sacrifice.
These all sound great, but it should also be noted that the deleted/extended scenes are far from the only special features audiences will get with the Avengers: Infinity War home video release. In addition to an audio commentary with directors Joe and Anthony Russo writers Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus, as well as a gag reel, the movie will feature numerous behind-the-scenes featurettes. The digital version will also have a fantastic exclusive called A Directors’ Roundtable, which will be 32 minutes long and feature eight filmmakers and their experiences making movies with Marvel Studios.
We’ll have a lot more coverage of the Avengers: Infinity War home video release closer to the release dates, so stay tuned!