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Star Wars: The Force Awakens With New Blu-ray
3D Version Comes With New Deleted Scenes
In April 2016, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released on DVD and Blu-ray around the globe. However, only the 2D version was on board and it was pretty clear that the 3D version shown in theaters would also come at a later date. It's Disney after all and they know how to make money. And now, there's also a release date for that version: on November 15th, 2016, the new Blu-ray edition will hit US shelves.
Apart from the already existing bonus features, the 4-disc Collector's Edition will also have lots of new bonus stuff on board, including new deleted scenes:
- NEW Audio Commentary with J.J. Abrams – Enter the mind of visionary director J.J. Abrams as he reveals the creative and complex choices made while developing the first film in the new Star Wars trilogy.
- Foley: A Sonic Tale – Foley artists, consisting of old pros and new talent, unite to bring the world of Star Wars: The Force Awakens alive through the matching of sound to action.
- Sounds of the Resistance – Hear how the epic sound design of Star Wars: The Force Awakens moves the Star Wars legacy forward.
- Deleted Scenes – View never-before-shared scenes that didn't make the film's final cut.
- Dressing the Galaxy – Costume designer Michael Kaplan reveals how the costumes of the original Star Wars movies were re-envisioned for a new generation.
- The Scavenger and the Stormtrooper: A Conversation with Daisy Ridley and John Boyega – The two new stars share the thrill of working together on the adventure of a lifetime and becoming part of the Star Wars legacy.
- Inside the Armory – Take a fascinating tour through the design and creation of the weaponry in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
- Classic Bonus Features – These offerings from the April release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens include the complete story behind the making of the film, an unforgettable cast table read, insights from legendary composer John Williams, and deleted scenes, as well as features that dig deeper into the creation of new characters such as BB-8, the design of the climactic lightsaber battle between Rey and Kylo Ren, the film's remarkable digital artistry, and the Star Wars: Force for Change global aid initiative.
You can order the Blu-ray at Amazon.com.