Star Wars: The Force Awakens made all of the money, and it took until the end of February for it to even fall out of the top 10 at the US box office. But don't worry, you'll be able to own it soon enough.
During a press tour for the Bad Robot-produced 11.22.63 Hulu series, Abrams confirmed that there wouldn't be an extended cut of the film released for home video. But he did confirm we'll definitely be getting those deleted scenes we were hoping for. So at least we'll get to piece these together.
Here's a look at the box art that Disney specfically just released.
According to Blu-Ray.com, the Star Wars: The Force Awakens blu-ray is set to release on April 5. It will be distributed for home video by Disney, of course. The blu-ray currently has a list price of $29.99, but you can find some pre-order deals on Amazon for $19.99. But if you can't wait that long, you can own Star Wars: The Force Awakens via Digital HD Download on April 1. And this is not a joke.
Here's a new teaser for the deleted scenes you'll get to watch in the blu-ray release:
Here’s a list of the deleted scenes you can expect to see on the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-ray:
Check out these new photos of the deleted scenes, courtesy of EW:
Check out some of the bonus clips from the blu-ray release right now:
Also, just because your hype cannot be fanned enough, here is a new trailer cut specifically for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-ray.
Here's a list of the bonus features:
Secrets of The Force Awakens: A Cinematic Journey
This "Making of" documentary includes interviews with all of the castmembers and J.J. Abrams. We'll get behind-the-scenes tidbits of what it was like to bring back the Star Wars saga after 10 years. Here's a short trailer for this bonus feature:
The Story Awakens: The Table Read
Here's a trailer for the table read bonus feature that will show the first time the cast got together:
Blueprint of a Battle: The Snow Fight
The Visual Magic of The Force Awakens
John Williams: The Seventh Symphony
Force For Change