J.J. Abrams Talks 'The Force Awakens' Deleted Scenes And More

Bespin refugee - January 11, 2016
During a recent press tour, director J.J. Abrams announced that there will not be an extended version of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but, there will be deleted scenes. While the final edit came in at two hours and 16 minutes, he says the longest cut of longest cut was close to two hours and 50 minutes long. He says he is "very grateful" to the fans who have gone to see the film, adding, When I hear, anecdotally, people have gone seven or eight times. I just want to apologize to, Im guessing, their parents.
Abrams is also said to excited about Rian Johnson's script for Episode VIII (May 2017) I will say that Ryans an amazing writer and director,...Im obviously really excited about what hes going to do.
(Source: EW)


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