Star Wars: The Force Awakens to feature six deleted scenes on DVD
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is set to feature six deleted scenes when it comes to DVD later this year.
The movie, which has wowed critics and fans alike, was released into cinemas in December and is due on DVD in the coming weeks.
Speaking to The Independent, The Force Awakens' editors Mary Jo Markey and Maryann Brandon had said in an interview that there would be seven deleted scenes, but that there weren't many to choose from. hmv.com have since caught confirmation from Disney, who revealed that there will be six deleted scenes on the movie's Blu-Ray release.
Asked how many scenes fans could expect to see, Markey had said: "I think there are maybe seven or eight, I don’t know if that’s a lot. I remember looking at the reel. Actually, I think there are seven".
Brandon added: "There’s one with Harrison Ford, there’s one with Rey... I honestly think that what is in the film is exactly what needs to be in the film, and what isn’t remains fun but not necessary."
Star Wars: The Force Awakens grossed over two billion dollars at the box office and is available to pre-order on DVD and Blu-Ray on the right-hand side of the page.