Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-Ray Will Include 7 Delete Scenes

We already know that the Blu-ray/DVD of Star Wars: The Force Awakens will include deleted scenes, and now we know roughly how many. During an interview with The Independent, The Force Awakens editors Mary Jo Markey and Maryann Brandon revealed that there will be seven deleted scenes. Here's what they said via The Independent:

"We have been talking about [the deleted scenes]," Brandon began. "But Disney has mentioned to us that - since they're going to be on the DVD treats for viewers - that we should stop talking about them."
When pressed a little further, the Oscar-nominee said: "There aren't a lot. There's one with Harrison Ford, there's one with Rey, but there aren't a lot.
"I think there are maybe seven or eight," added Markey. "I don't know if that's a lot. I remember looking at the reel. Actually, I think there are seven."

What could the seven deleted scenes be? Earlier this month, the editing duo described deleted scenes involving Unkar Plutt and Captain Phasma. One of them could also be the scene with Maz Kanata using her powers. Maybe this video discussing 10 deleted scenes would give us some ideas on what to expect from the Blu-ray release.

The Blu-ray/DVD for The Force Awakens is expected to be released this April.

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