Marvel Studios Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings has done better at the domestic box office than any film during the COVID-19 pandemic era; however, it’s yet to be released in many countries where theaters aren’t open, leaving fans waiting on a digital or home release. Shang-Chi was one of Disney’s first films to have a 45-day theatrical window, about half the time of the usual window, meaning fans wouldn’t have as long to wait and now we know exactly when the film will come available.
Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings will make its digital debut on November 12th. This will include the film streaming for no additional charge on Disney Plus. It’s interesting timing as it’ll hit Disney Plus one week after their next big release, Eternals, bows exclusively in theaters, meaning the studio will generate some heavy buzz in November leading up to the November 24th streaming debut of their next Disney Plus series, Hawkeye. The month will end on November 30th with physical 4K, Blu-Ray and DVD copies hitting store shelves.
Both the physical and digital copies will come with a heavy load of extras including a gag reel, director’s commentary, 11 deleted scenes and a couple of features centering on Shang-Chi and Wenwu.