With Star Wars: The Last Jedi having left the majority of cinemas, many are looking towards the incoming DVD and Blu-Ray release for their next hit.
Disney has finally revealed some of the details about what to expect, announcing 14 deleted scenes and a whole host of other features.
While none of the deleted scenes were detailed, the studio has confirmed a in-depth documentary with director Rian Johnson walking viewers through the movie’s production.
There are also three scene breakdowns, looking at how the team at LucasFilm creating the epic scape battle at the beginning of the movie, creating Snoke, and the climatic battle on Crait.
Topping off everything, there are two sequences featuring the raw performance of Andy Serkis as Snoke, and an audio commentary by Johnson.
A trailer for the release features footage from throughout the movie, including some major spoilers. Watch below.
The Star Wars: The Last Jedi Blu-Ray will be available from 27 March in the US, and available for digital download from the 13 March.
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