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Earlier today, it was announced that Captain America: The Winter Soldier would be hitting Blu-ray and DVD on September 9, and it was believed to include a new Marvel One-Shot. But Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that's not the case. There will be no new Marvel One-Shot created for this upcoming release.
Marvel hasn't confirmed that it is ending its run of Marvel One-Shot short films, which so far include 2011's Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer and Marvel One-Shot: The Consultant, 2012's Marvel One-Shot: Item 47, 2013's Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter and 2014's Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King. If a new short is made, fans won't see it until the Guardians of the Galaxy home video release this winter.
One of the numerous special features attached to the Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD release of Thor: The Dark World, is the latest Marvel short film, Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King. Last night, I headed down to the Arclight Hollywood for a screening of this short, which features Ben Kingsley reprising his Iron Man 3 role as Trevor Slattery, the British actor who tricked the world into thinking he was a dangerous terrorist known as The Mandarin. These shorts have become big hits with the fans, but All Hail the King is by far the biggest one yet, that you surely won't want to miss.
The 15-minute short opens with Jackson Norris (Scoot McNairy) a documentary filmmaker who arrives at Seagate Prison for his final interview with Trevor Slattery, as he tries to figure out who, exactly, this mysterious man really is. However, before the interview itself, we see »
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