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Taken 3 - Unrated Cut Confirmed in the US

Harder Version of Action Sequel Blu-ray-exclusive

The first indication that Taken 3 would get a prolonged version in home cinemas could be found when the UK retail chain announced an Extended Cut on Blu-ray but there was some wiggle room left as to how that could be interpreted. But the announcement for the US release wipes out any doubts and is visibly clear that the PG-13 version shown in cinemas wasn't the end of it all.

On April 21st, 2015, the US get the Blu-ray that contains both the PG-13 and Unrated Cut of the movie. A first look on the runtime difference suggests roughly 3 minutes of additional footage. The DVD will only contain the theatrical version.

Release: Feb 28, 2015 - Author: Das Wiesel - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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