When your initial cut of a film clocks in at over 3 hours in length, you know you’re gonna be spending quite a bit of time in the editing room to nail down the final run time. Episode VIII director Rian Johnson had his work cut out for him in deciding which scenes would be removed from The Last Jedi ahead of its theatrical release. The good news? Many of those deleted scenes that hit the cutting room floor totaling over 20 minutes in footage will be included on the upcoming Episode VIII Blu-ray release.
/Film has put together an article that details some of the deleted scenes that will be part of the Blu-ray’s bonus content. If you want to get the most bang for your buck come home media release day, you may want to avoid clicking the supplied source link. But if you just can’t wait for The Last Jedi to arrive on Blu-ray, check out what /Film assembled on the deleted scenes.
The first cut of Star Wars: The Last Jedi was three hours and ten minutes long and writer director Rian Johnson has said they are preparing to release 20 minutes of deleted scenes on the future Blu-ray/DVD release. We have the exclusive details on a number of deleted scenes and reshoots from the latest Star Wars movie.