Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-Ray Deleted Scenes Details Have Surfaced
Let the speculation continue – following an announcement yesterday that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be launching on Blu-ray in April, today a new sliver of news has surfaced. According to a new breakdown of the SteelBook version of the film by JB Hi-Fi, there will be six total deleted scenes.
Here are the mysterious titles of each:
– Finn and The Villager
– Jakku Message
– X-Wings Prepare for Lightspeed
– Kylo Searches The Falcon
– Snow Speeder Chase
– Finn Will Be Fine
“Kylo Searches The Falcon” should sound familiar to anyone who has watched the short video for the home release of the movie, where we could see a brief glimpse of the villain muttering Han Solo’s name as he boards the famous ship. Of course, no specific length regarding the deleted scenes (or where exactly they place within the film) have been discovered just yet.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens has had a continued boon in fanfare, even after three months in theaters. This week’s confirmation of Digital HD and Blu-ray release dates (April 1st and 6th, respectively) has certainly helped the conversation continue well into 2016.
Yesterday, Target became the first retailer to officially announce an exclusive version of the Blu-ray. Its copy of the blockbuster will have twenty minutes of exclusive content, including “a never-before-seen interview with Daisy Ridley and John Boyega, and a deeper look at the movie’s weaponry.” Walmart‘s edition, meanwhile, will have a BB-8 exclusive cover while Best Buy is continuing its justified obsession with SteelBook packaging (seen above).
Tell us, what do you think those other deleted scenes are going to be about? Let us know in the comments section below.