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Black Panther had dominated the box office way before the release of Avengers: Infinity War this past weekend, and with the film available digitally on May 8, (spoilers ahead) a deleted scene from the film has surfaced, emphasizing the relationship between Danai Gurira's character Okoye and her husband, W'Kabi, played by Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya.

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As seen in the two-minute clip above, the couple is engaged in an argument over what is more important, which is loyalty to each other or to Wakanda. In addition, the scene highlights their tense dynamic, as they try to navigate how their current circumstances will affect their relationship and change their future. Unsettled by W’Kabi’s allegiance, Okoye questions what the future of their relationship would look like.

Black Panther will be available via DVD and Blu-ray on May 15, while availability via Digital HD download from Amazon Video and iTunes begin on May 8.

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