The majority of the most memorable scenes in Star Wars: The Force Awakens involved Adam Driver's temperamental Kylo Ren, who delivered a major shocker 15 minutes into the film by killing Lor San Tikka (Max von Sydow) and murdering his own father, Han Solo (Harrison Ford), near the end of the movie. But there is little doubt that Kylo's most meme-tastic moments were his temper tantrums throughout Episode VII. So is it possible that we will see more destructive behavior when Kylo boards the Millennium Falcon in a deleted The Force Awakens scene?
Lucasfilm and Disney have just announced the release of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Digital HD and Blu-Ray Combo Pack by unleashing a trailer filled with the movie's deleted scenes. One scene, titled "Kylo Searches The Falcon" features Darth Vader's grandson actually finding his father's ship and looking around angrily as if getting ready for yet another tantrum when he discovers it is empty.
There were several deleted scenes from the theatrical release of The Force Awakens, including a sequence that reveals Maz Kanata (Lupita Nyong'o) can actually use the Force. The scene was confirmed to have been left on the cutting room floor, although it was not explained why director J.J. Abrams decided not to include it in the movie. The scene, which is titled "Tunnel Standoff," will only appear in the Digital HD release.
The scenes that will appear in both Digital HD and Blu-Ray Combo Pack are "Finn Will Be Fine," "Jakku Message," "Finn and The Villager," "Snow Speeder Chase" and "X-Wings Prepare For Lightspeed," which may show more of Oscar Isaac's Poe Dameron rallying his pilots.
There is no word whether a previously confirmed deleted scene featuring Yoda will also appear in the release.
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