The Last Jedi scenes you didn't see
Editing is one of the most difficult and time-consuming parts of the moviemaking process, and director Rian Johnson certainly had his hands full when pulling together the final cut of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Clocking in at two hours and thirty-five minutes, The Last Jedi is easily the longest of the Star Wars films, yet even with that much footage making it into the final cut, there were a lot of scenes that ended up on the cutting room floor. What's more, Johnson and The Last Jedi editor Bob Ducsay have confirmed that these aren't your garden-variety deleted scenes—the cut footage contains some important moments that add to the overall story development.
Although they didn't end up making the cut for the theatrical release, Johnson has promised that fans will have some 20 minutes of deleted scenes to look forward to with the Blu-ray release. Here are all the tantalizing details we know so far about which scenes we'll be seeing soon. Spoilers ahead!