Avengers: Endgame might be returning to theaters again this Friday with some new material in tow, but it won't be long until Marvel fans will be able to see it again from their comfort of their own home.

Marvel Studios has announced that the climactic Endgame will be coming to video on demand services on July 30, with a Blu-ray release to follow on Aug. 13. To coincide with the announcement, they dropped a brand new trailer.

Both the digital and the Blu-ray release of Endgame come packed with special features, from documentaries to six deleted scenes. Owners of the digital release will be treated to an exclusive bonus featured titled Steve and Peggy: One Last Dance, which promises to track Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter's relationship throughout the MCU.

Included on both releases is Remembering Stan Lee, with cast and crew behind the MCU honoring the comic book legend and his memorable cameos. There's featurettes for all three characters who bid farewell to the franchise, but most interestingly there's a documentary focused on how Robert Downey Jr. was cast in the iconic Iron Man role.

Directors Anthony and Joe Russo get their own feature with The Russo Brothers: Journey to Endgame, while the women of the films get the spotlight in The Women of the MCU. Marvel also officially calls an end to the nickname "Fat Thor," affectionately renaming the God of Thunder's new appearance in Endgame "Bro Thor" with a behind-the-scenes look at how they made Chris Hemsworth look like a slob.

Additionally, there's a gag reel, a new intro from the Russo brothers, and audio commentary from the directors both alongside writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, whose credits also include all three Captain America films and Avengers: Infinity War. The deleted scenes are called "Goji Berries," "Bombs on Board," "Suckiest Army in the Galaxy," "You Used to Frickin' Live Here," "Tony and Howard," and "Avengers Take a Knee." 

No word on whether one of the deleted scenes is the one that's included in the new showing of Endgame that arrives in theaters this Friday.