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Get Ready For 2 Hours Of Bonus Scenes In The Last Jedi Blu-Ray Version

The Last Jedi is playing in the theaters and fans still cannot wait to buy a copy of this movie and analyze this movie frame by frame. While the official details are yet to be announced, one leaked image for this movie seems to promise that we will get more than 2 hours of bonus materials.

The advertisement does not specify what content the fans may enjoy but we can expect a few of the previously released BTS featurettes and 20 minutes deleted scenes.

What the audiences should not expect is the extended edition of this movie with Johnson having confirmed that its theatrical cut is the best version:

“The final cut of the movie is the best cut of the movie that we could come up with,” Johnson had said.

“Everything that was taken out, even the stuff that I love so much, was taken out for a reason at the end of the day. For me personally, I’ve enjoyed extended cuts of other stuff, but I don’t think I would ever do one.”

The Last Jedi had clocked in at more than 2.5 hours and this made it the longest movie in the Star Wars saga. Despite the length, Johnson has confirmed a few of his sequences had to be removed:

“It’s one of those things where … and this always happens in the edit,” the filmmaker expressed of cutting out scenes. “It’s like suddenly you can see through the Matrix and you’re like, ‘Oh my God, that big sequence that I love so much and I can’t imagine the movie without, if we lift it out and put these two things together, it plays in a slightly different way but it plays better.’ And you just kind of have that, “::sigh:: Sh-t,” and you hit delete. You don’t think about all the stuff we built on set to get the shots, you don’t think about all the work the actors and the crew did, you just hit one button and it’s gone and the movie’s better.”

The Last Jedi is now showing in theaters. Announcements of this movie being available on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD will be in March.