X-Men: Days of Future Past doesn't have a Blu-ray release date just yet, though it is currently available for preorder on Amazon: CLICK HERE While we don't yet know if this version will include a director's cut, producer Lauren Shuler Donner promises that an extended version of the movie will be released sometime before the end of the year. Maybe in time for Christmas?

Here's what Lauren Shuler Donner had to say when asked via Twitter if Rogue's deleted scenes would be put back into the movie for its home release.

While Anna Paquin still appears in the original theatrical cut of the film, her two main Rogue scenes were excised to much disappointment long before the film even hit the big screen. With so many characters and such an expansive story, it was hard to keep everything held within a two hour run time.

It looks like director Bryan Singer will revisit this and other deleted scenes later in the year. The main action set piece that fans can't wait to see has Professor X, Magneto and Iceman teaming up to save Rogue from a group of Sentinels. There is also a second cut scene that finds Rogue helping to keep Wolverine's mind inside his younger body during his time travel mission after Kitty Pryde suffers injuries while conducting their mind-melding trip. Another deleted scene hinted at in the lead-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past's theatrical release includes Beast and Wolverine having a confrontation with Mystique.

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While no release date has been announced for X-Men: Days of Future Past, it is expected to arrive in late November, just in time for Thanksgiving, or early December, putting it on the ultimate wish list for Christmas, Kwanza and Chanukah.

B. Alan Orange