With The Last Jedi arriving on Digital HD tomorrow, ahead of the Blu-ray, 4K and DVD release on March 27, some of the deleted scenes have started to surface, with four more arriving today. If you're one of the few who have been waiting for the home video release to watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi, there will be SPOILERS below, but for the rest of you, these scenes offer some interesting context for several pivotal scenes. The first of these scenes reveal exactly why Rey (Daisy Ridley) leaves Ahch-to in the first place.
We've already seen some of this deleted scene, with director Rian Johnson mentioning it in an Entertainment Weekly report earlier this month. The scene in question features Rey on her "third lesson" in training, which turns out to be her final straw, ultimately leading to her exit from Ahch-To. While the theatrical cut did show her leave, we didn't know why, but this scene reveals why she did so. Luke tells Rey that the Caretakers are under attack. The young Jedi in training runs full speed, tearing through a gate, fully ready to attack with her lightsaber, when she sees it's a bunch of Caretakers, dancing around, having a party.
Rey is already on her last nerve when one of the Caretakers ask her to make a circular motion with her lightsaber, which causes them all to cheer, although Rey is entirely unhappy. She notices that both R2-D2 and Chewbacca are there partying as well, before finding Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) out back. She expresses how upset she is, as Luke gives a lame apology, laughing, stating he didn't think she'd run so fast. Rey offers some harsh words for Luke before leaving, as this scene comes to a close. The second scene is much more brief, but still memorable, with General Hux (Domhnall Gleeson) telling Rose (Kelly Marie Tran) that the rebels may "draw a little blood" here and there, but the First Order will always win. Rose tries to prove his point, biting Hux's finger when he runs it over her cheek. The scene ends with Hux telling Captain Phasma to execute both Rose and Finn (John Boyega), while we see BB-8 watching from a distance.
The third scene s a very brief one, featuring Finn and Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac), as Finn offers to give Poe his jacket back. While Poe's dialogue is slightly unintelligible, he mentions that he was "busy saving the entire fleet," although he doesn't take the jacket back. The fourth scene features the deleted cameo by actor Tom Hardy, who plays a Stormtrooper who recognizes Finn, dressed as an Imperial officer on an undercover mission. While both D.J. (Benicio del Toro) and Rose get ready to fight, it's unnecessary, since this Stormtrooper (926) reveals that he knows he's not supposed to initiate contact with officers, but 926 never picked him for "Captain material," giving him a playful slap on the behind. There had previously been rumors about this scene but it never surfaced until now.
The final scene features a downtrodden Finn, with BB-8 trying to cheer him up with some fun little tricks, but that doesn't work. Instead, he decides to show Finn a video projection of a scene from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, where Rey is saying goodbye to an unconscious Finn, telling him that, "we'll see each other again, I believe that," before giving him a kiss on the forehead. Finn turns to BB-8 and tells the ball droid that, "it was kinda weird that you recorded that, but thank you." You can take a look at all of these deleted scenes from Star Wars: The Last Jedi below, courtesy of Star Wars Legacy Twitter.
DELETED SCENE: Rey's third lesson pic.twitter.com/loqEFCaVm4— Star Wars Legacy (@theswlegacy) March 12, 2018
DELETED SCENE: Rose bites Hux pic.twitter.com/0TzeIbuuY9— Star Wars Legacy (@theswlegacy) March 12, 2018
DELETED SCENE: Finn offers Poe's jacket back pic.twitter.com/UiE4WV0Aqu— Star Wars Legacy (@theswlegacy) March 12, 2018
이 삭제영상 너무웃김ㅌㅋㅌㅌㅌ 아 ㅋㅌㅋㅌㅋㅌ 안에누구잇는거지대쳌ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ 예에에 8조 화이팅~~~~~ pic.twitter.com/GlqYqGyn4s— 두석 (@cucumber__2) March 12, 2018
DELETED SCENE: BB-8 reveals Rey's goodbye to Finn pic.twitter.com/UVnWDI03RX— Star Wars Legacy (@theswlegacy) March 12, 2018