It’s time to welcome the Force home. Lucasfilm this week announced that Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be available for home release next month, which will include a number of bonus features.
Among the bonus features will be a special behind-the-scenes documentary with director Rian Johnson called “The Director and the Jedi,” an exploration of the Jedi mythology called “Balance the Force,” scene breakdowns that include a look at the Battle of Crait and on-set footage of Andy Serkis’ motion-capture performance as Supreme Leader Snoke.
But the cream of the crop is the whooping 14 deleted scenes. We still don’t have word on the nature of the scenes, but we might get a big explanation of some key moments that left us somewhat befuddled. The deleted scenes will also be available with an introduction and optional commentary by director Rian Johnson.
Of course, you will also get a copy of The Last Jedi. You can relive Rey and Kylo Ren taking on Supreme Leader Snoke or Luke’s kickass Jedi duel with Kylo as many times as you want.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be available digitally starting March 13 and on Blu-ray (including higher-def options) on March 27.