Star Wars: The Last Jedi Home Video Release Will Include Over 2-Hours Of Bonus Content

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi is coming out to be one of the most successful movies of all time, and we'll probably get to bring the movie home with us come March. You can actually start reserving your copy of the home video release today, and it promises to bring buyers over 2-hours' worth of extra content.

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Like The Force Awakens before it, The Last Jedi had a ton of deleted scenes that didn't make it in the film. Probably one of the biggest cameos was Tom Hardy as a stormtrooper, but his scene ended up on the cutting room floor. There's also a deleted scene which includes Game of Thrones' Ralph Ineson as a First Order officer, but it didn't make the final cut as well.


Though the movie didn't land so well in China, The Last Jedi still manages to be one of the highest grossing films of the year. Fans online may argue on the movie being divisive, but I thought Rian Johnson handled everything really well; both old characters and new.

I'm just hoping the hype finally starts dying down for The Last Jedi because I want to start getting excited for the Han Solo movie that's set to come out in May.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is currently in theaters.

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