Details are slowly emerging about The Fault in Our Stars on DVD and Blu-ray, including news about the film’s extended edition.

According to Bluray.com, The Fault in Our Stars will be released Tuesday, September 16 on DVD and Blu-ray. That means there’s just enough time between now and then to recharge your tear ducts before watching the movie several more times in the comfort of your own home and fetal position.

At least two retailers in the U.S. have revealed different versions of the film’s home entertainment release. Target will offer an exclusive set that includes a “fabric banner” depicting Hazel and Gus on their park bench in Amsterdam.

Meanwhile, Amazon is listing a “Little Infinities Edition” of the film with six deleted scenes and a featurette called “The Stars Align: Book to screen.” This set includes a “Infinity Bracelet Gift.” The box art is below:

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We’ve known since April that director Josh Boone is working on an extended version of the film which includes the deleted John Green cameo. Those who attended “The Night Before Our Stars” events in June had the opportunity to watch the author’s scene.

No details about the other five scenes have been shared, but we expect we’ll hear more before release day.

Since opening early last month, The Fault in Our Stars has grossed $120 million in the United States and $117 million internationally to make a worldwide total of $237 million.

For more about the movie, be sure to check out our report from the movie’s set and press junket.

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