The Last Jedi Blu-ray will be loaded with two-plus hours of bonus material


Star Wars: The Last Jedi is rumored to be loaded with a bunch of Blu-ray bonus feature goodies.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the longest Star Wars film to date, logging in at two hours and thirty-five minutes. The latest addition to a galaxy far, far away is jam-packed with action, depth, emotion, and is just a non-stop rollercoaster ride of fun.

We are just getting started, with The Last Jedi Blu-ray release rumored to include over two-plus hours of bonus feature goodies. According to these reports, it will include additional scenes of:

  • Luke Skywalker and Rey on Ach-To
  • Finn, Rose, and D.J. extended scenes on Snoke’s flagship, the Supremacy
  • Poe
  • More scenes with the First Order

The director/writer for The Last Jedi, Rian Johnson, says we will receive a “bunch of really fun stuff.” We aren’t sure exactly what that means, but it sounds promising.

What we do know is, like the previous two films — The Force Awakens and Rogue One — Target’s version will include a 40-page behind the scenes booklet with “exclusive images, facts and personal insights from the filmmakers.”

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This will make a fine addition to our collections, where Star Wars is the best in the business in creating documentaries, behind the scenes footage, and collectors material for us fans.

Also releasing in March is The Last Jedi novelization, which will include bonus goodies of its own. Now, this is the first time a Star Wars film’s written adaptation is releasing after the theatrical release — not alone months later. The only reasoning behind this method is that we are likely to receive in-depth character development that was not in the film. That alone makes it well worth the long wait.

What a dynamic duo and one-two punch this set will form, with the Blu-ray and book to entertain us until May, when Solo: A Star Wars Story drops.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi is playing in theatres, worldwide.