Disney's The Last Jedi made its debut on Digital HD through the new Movies Anywhere platform yesterday, with the physical Blu-ray and DVD release coming on March 27. Director Rian Johnson was quick to let fans know about a hidden special feature. Celebrating the home release, he revealed that anyone who buys the movie on Digital HD, or on Blu-ray in two weeks, will have access to a "music-only" version of The Last Jedi, which features only the visuals and John Williams' accompanying score, with no dialogue or sound effects. Here's what director Rian Johnson had to say about this unique version of the latest Star Wars sequel.

"The Last Jedi's out today in the states for digital download, blu-ray in two weeks. Of all the special features, my favorite one is kinda hidden, so wanted to call it out. If you buy the movie anywhere online (or the blu) you have access to a music only version of TLJ. This is the full movie, but with no dialogue, fx or backgrounds... just John's score. I really wanted to put this out, it's really something to see John's music play with the movie, like a silent film."

This isn't your typical Digital/Blu-ray/DVD special feature, although if this "silent film version" is popular, it could end up leading to "silent film versions" becoming a popular Digital/Blu-ray/DVD feature. The director also revealed exactly how this version can be unlocked, with fans required to link their digital accounts, whether it be iTunes, Vudu, Amazon or others, to the new Movies Anywhere app. Here's what the director had to say below, about how to access this music-only version of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

"The one hoop you have to jump through to get it: get the Movies Anywhere app and link whatever account you bought the movie with to it. It's free, it works pretty painlessly. Kinda a pain I know, but I think it's worth it to get this version."

Movies Anywhere, which is actually backed by Disney, will be the only place fans can access this soundtrack specific version of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The mobile app, and desktop version, allows fans to seamlessly connect all of their movies purchased on iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video and Fandango Now, although movies from Paramount and Lionsgate aren't currently available on Movies Anywhere at this time. The Movies Anywhere version also includes the rest of the bonus features available on all other formats, including The Director And the Jedi, the 95-minute documentary that had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival before being made available to fans on the Digital HD version of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. You can take a look at the tweets from Rian Johnson Twitter below, and head over to Movies Anywhere to sync your accounts and enjoy this silent version of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

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