Disney and Lucasfilm’s Solo: A Star Wars Story has finally been released on digital video, before heading to Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, September 25. The film’s home release offers a look at some of the deleted scenes which could not make it to the final cut.
One of the deleted scenes, dubbed the Corellian Foot Chase scene, shows Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) and Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke) trying to escape Moloch and the Corellian hounds and amid all the action, they end up sharing a romantic moment together.
Last week, another Solo: A Star Wars Story deleted scene was released online that featured Han Solo and Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo) getting into an impromptu snowball fight in the snowy mountains of Vandor while walking behind Beckett (Woody Harrelson).
The snow fight scene, which was excluded from the final cut, was actually shot and directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who were fired by LucasFilm during production over creative differences. They were replaced by Ron Howard. You can check out both the Solo: A Star Wars Story deleted scenes below.
In a previous interview with Disney, Ehrenreich opened up about how the snowball fight scene was shot.
“We had to get the light right all day, so it was kind of this funny experience of waiting around and just hanging out on top of this beautiful mountain,” Ehrenreich said. “And Woody, being Woody, started throwing snowballs at people, and so we ended up having quite a big snowball fight.”
Solo: A Star Wars Story digital release also includes a number of making-of featurettes, a roundtable led by Ron Howard which promises an “intimate and entertaining discussion of the film’s making,” and an interview with iconic Star Wars screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan and his son Jonathan who wrote the movie’s script together.
Solo: A Star Wars Story digital version is now available for purchase.
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Via: USA Today
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