12:55 pm EST, March 24, 2016

Watch ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ deleted scenes, including Kylo Ren in the ‘Falcon

By Andrew Sims | Edited by Brandi Delhagen

Disney has released a first look at a few of Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ deleted scenes which will appear on the Star Wars 7 Blu-ray in April.

The minute-long trailer for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens deleted scenes depict Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) in a crashed Millenium Falcon, and Han, Finn, Chewie, and Maz trying to run away from a group of Stormtroopers while they’re on Takodana:

Given what happens to Han in The Force Awakens (still not over it), it’s nice to see Harrison Ford in a few extra scenes.

The Star Wars: The Force Awakens deleted scenes are titled “Finn and the Villager,” “Jakku Message,” “X-Wings Prepare for Lightspeed,” “Kylo Searches The Falcon,” “Snow Speeder Chase,” and “Finn Will Be Fine.” There will be one more scene exclusively available with the Digital HD version of The Force Awakens called “Tunnel Standoff” (which may be the one that Han appears in the trailer above).

Here are the previously-announced special features that will accompany the deleted scenes:

  • Secrets of The Force Awakens: A Cinematic Journey – For the first time, discover the complete story behind the making of The Force Awakens, revealed through in-depth footage and exclusive interviews with the actors and filmmakers in this feature documentary.
  • The Story Awakens: The Table Read – Cast members familiar and new reflect on the memorable day they all first came together to read the movie’s script.
  • Building BB-8 – See how the filmmakers brought the newest droid to the screen, creating an instant fan favorite in the Star Wars universe.
  • Crafting Creatures – Watch movie magic as the filmmakers bring a cast of new creatures to life.
  • Blueprint of a Battle: The Snow Fight – Go deeper into the epic, climactic lightsaber battle between Rey and Kylo Ren.
  • John Williams: The Seventh Symphony – The legendary composer shares personal insights of his work on Star Wars and The Force Awakens.
  • ILM: The Visual Magic of The Force – An insider’s look into the remarkable digital artistry of the movie’s visual effects.
  • Force For Change – Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. See how the Star Wars: Force for Change initiative has united Star Wars fans all over the globe to help others.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits Digital HD on April 1, and Blu-ray on April 5.

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