Star Wars: The Last Jedi Blu-ray deleted scenes have leaked!


Once again, another leak involving Star Wars: The Last Jedi surfaces, this time with The Last Jedi Blu-ray deleted scenes.

The digital copy for Star Wars: The Last Jedi dropped this week, with the official The Last Jedi Blu-ray release now less than two weeks away. Naturally, those who work in retail get their hands on the hard copies weeks in advance, tempting them with the Dark Side of the Force — as they did when the novelization for the film leaked weeks ago, or the Visual Guide before it. 

One such Sith wannabe embraced the Darkness, revealing all 24 minutes-plus of ALL of the deleted scenes for The Last Jedi.  If you want to embrace the Light side of the Force and wait like a true Jedi, now is your chance to flee.

For you others, we have you covered, thanks to a gracious Star Wars fan. He’s not the hero we want, but the one we deserve.

Photo Credit: Star Wars: The Last Jedi/Lucasfilm Image Acquired from Vudu PR

Watch the deleted scenes for TLJ here.

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The Last Jedi deleted scenes titles are as follows, in chronological order:

  • Alternate Opening
  • Paiges Gun Jams
  • Luke Has a Moment
  • Poe Not Much of a Sewer 
  • It’s Kind of Weird That You Recorded That
  • The Caretaker Sizes Up Rey
  • Extended Fathier Chase 
  • Mega Destroyer Incursion — Extended Version
  • Phasma Squealed Like A Whoop Hog 
  • Rose and Finn Go Where They Belong
  • Rey and Chewie on the Falcon
  • The Costumes and Creatures of Canto Bight

Rian Johnson, writer/director for The Last Jedi, admitted that the film’s size was “way too big,’ which says a lot since the movie is the most extended Star Wars one to date.

The alternate opening was nowhere near as epic as what Johnson and company chose for the actual film. However, the “Luke has a moment” is a different story. Much like The Force Awakens omitting Kylo Ren’s moment in the Falcon, they should have included Luke’s too.

Poe patching up Finn’s jacket (his old attire) is a special moment, but a perfect one for the visual guide and the book — as was Finn viewing the recording of Rey from the end of The Force Awakens. 

Speaking of Rey, her scenes on Ahch-To with the caretakers and her third lesson slow down the pace of the film. Excellent choice by Johnson excluding that from the final version of the film.

For the most part, the editing crew chose wisely in sending those scenes to the cutting room floor. However, it’s always good to see what could have been, as well as canon moments from the novel and other sources.

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The digital copy of Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now available.

Learn how you can win a copy of the digital version here! 

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Blu-ray hits stores on March 27.

Pre-order your Blu-Ray copy here. 

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