Star Wars: The Force Awakens deleted scene shows Kylo Ren on Millennium Falcon

The Blu-ray will feature a full-length documentary and multiple scenes that didn't make the final cut

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With Star Wars fever having somewhat died down since breaking global box office records, it's about to whip itself back into gear following news of its Blu-ray release.

Backing this up is the release of a new home entertainment trailer which contains a scene glaringly omitted from the film; namely, the moment where chief villain Kylo Ren steps foot onto the Millenium Falcon. 

Yeah, that definitely didn't happen.

The brief clip seen in the trailer shows Adam Driver's masked villain entering his father's legendary ship (alongside an extremely British stormtrooper) rasping the words: "Han Solo."

In The Force Awakens' chronology, there are actually quite a few instances where Kylo could have meandered his way onto the Falcon, however, the real question this brief moment poses is: why exactly was he seeking out his father ahead of the lightsaber duel that broke everyone's hearts?

The DVD and Blu-ray will be released on 18 April featuring a making-of documentary as well as behind-the-scenes footage and exclusive deleted scenes - that's right: plural.

It'll be available on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere the previous week on April 11.