A nice video that shows many of the trailer/commercial shots that weren’t in the final film.
→ /Film takes a look at Darth Vader’s Mustafar digs, including the history, the ground-laying done in Rebels, and the hints that we may see it again fairly soon.
→ At The Verge, Andrew Liptak calls Mike Stackpole’s X-wing novels the “spiritual ancestor” of Rogue One.
→ And speaking of things revived from the murky Star Wars past, Force Material is all over the Whills, who’ve been around (vaguely) since the very beginning.
→ Rogue One has helped push Disney over the $7B global box office mark in 2016 – the first movie studio to do so.
→ DK has several behind-the-scenes photos | Alternate pun-filled titles for Michael Giacchino’s score | Gareth Edwards on the cameras and technology behind the film.
We got a commentary preview from The Force Awakens 3D released yesterday, and today we have a brand-new deleted scene. Well, sort of brand new: Unkar Plutt’s appearance at Maz’s did make the novelization. But it’s probably just as well this one didn’t make the cut.
StarWars.com previews the deleted scenes from The Force Awakens Blu-ray.
Entertainment Weekly details the seven deleted scenes of The Force Awakens that will appear on the Blu-ray release.
Not a ton of breaking news here… The bulk of TFN’s report deals with some Clone Wars stuff, including some deleted scenes and a peek at the S1 finale. (Speaking of: Cartoon Network has picked up the second season, shocking absolutely no one.)
But we can expect a Celebration V announcement sometime this summer!
io9 goes inside The Clone Wars DVD so we don’t have to. Also roaming around online is a ‘complete list’ of titles for season 1 of the TV show, at least some of which seem to have originated on the DVD.
A reel of cut stuff from A New Hope. Some of the text stuff early on looks suspicious, but it does includes the Anchorhead scene with Luke’s Tatooine pals. (via The Website at the End of the Universe.)
I’ve heard that you can find screencaps of some of the deleted scenes from Revenge of the Sith. But you totally didn’t hear it from me.