After raking in an impressive $1.5 billion worldwide, fans can take the box office blockbuster Furious 7 home on Digital HD right now, with the Blu-ray and DVD arriving on September 15. To get fans ready for this home video release, we have an exclusive deleted scene from the Blu-ray and DVD, where Michelle Rodriguez's Letty learns a shocking secret, in an effort to regain her memory. Letty was presumed dead after an explosion in Fast & Furious, but she re-surfaced in Fast & Furious 6, although with no memory of her previous life with Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel). This deleted scene from Furious 7 shows how Letty discovers she was actually married to Dom before her amnesia.

The unstoppable global franchise built on speed delivers its best, biggest and boldest film yet with Furious 7, which tears up the screen with more gravity-defying stunts, adrenaline-fueled fight scenes and pulse-pounding action than ever before. The Blu-ray features the all-new extended edition with even more explosive thrills, along with the official music video of the chart-topping "See You Again" performed by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth and over 90 minutes of exclusive bonus features, making an indispensable addition to the Fast franchise collection.

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The entire Fast & Furious cast unites in purpose for an epic international adventure, hunted by a vengeful assassin from Abu Dhabi to London to Tokyo and the Dominican Republic as they try to retrieve a highly advanced piece of espionage technology, and rescue the gifted hacker who created it. Furious 7 also bids a touching farewell to Paul Walker, an integral member of the Fast family. The film reunites franchise favorites Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Elsa Pataky and Lucas Black and introduces newcomers Jason Statham, Djimon Hounsou, Tony Jaa, Nathalie Emmanuel, Ronda Rousey and Kurt Russell.

The returning cast journeys across the globe in their most gravity-defying and emotional adventure yet. Targeted by a cold-blooded black-ops assassin with a score to settle, their only hope is to get behind the wheel again and secure an ingenious prototype tracking device. Facing their greatest threat yet in places as far away as Abu Dhabi and as familiar as the Los Angeles streets they call home, the crew must come together once again as a team, and as a family, to protect their own.

Bonus features exclusive to the Blu-ray include the extended edition, even more deleted scenes, and 5 featurettes. These include The Cars of Furious: The car coordinator and his team join the cast and filmmakers for a closer look at the film's spectacular cars. Flying Cars: People jump out of planes all the time, but not while sitting behind the wheel of a car. This entertaining featurette shows how the Furious 7 team pulled off this jaw-dropping sequence. Tower Jumps: A look at how one of the most exciting stunt sequences of the film, the Abu Dhabi tower jumps, became a reality. Inside the Fight: A combination of fight training footage and interviews takes viewers inside the fierce hand-to-hand fights. Talking Fast: Director James Wan and the cast of Furious 7 break down the movie's most memorable moments and chat about how the Fast franchise has evolved over the years. And finally, we get the music video See You Again featuring Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth.

Also included on both the Blu-ray and DVD are the featurettes Back to the Starting Line: Producer Neal Moritz, Chris Morgan and the cast join franchise newcomer director James Wan as they look back at how far the Franchise has come bring the latest installment to life. Race Wars: Furious 7 brings the crew back to Race Wars, the iconic, fictional racing event from the very first film. Vin Diesel and a couple hundred friends are back for a full-throttle celebration of all things Fast with special guest-star Iggy Azalea, behind-the-scenes footage of the cars, the sweat and the girls. Snatch and Grab: A behind the scenes look at shooting one of the premier action sequences in the franchise's history. Making of Fast & Furious Supercharged Ride. Before picking up Furious 7 on Blu-ray and DVD next week, check out our exclusive deleted scene below.