The brilliant “Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi” is getting a new Zavvi exclusive 4K release
Zavvi are continuing with their 4K steelbook releases of the Star Wars films, and next up it’s The Last Jedi. While the movie has already had a 4K steelbook release (it was the first Star Wars film to get one), this one matches the style of the new set by using a piece of original poster art.
Once again you get the movie on 4K and Blu-ray disc, as well as a bounus disc of Blu-ray extras which include the incredible feature-length ‘making of’ documentary.
Pre-orders are due to go live at Zavvi on Thursday August 6th so ignore any ‘sold out’ notices before then.
They’ll be live around 9am UK time for Red Carpet subscribers (though possibly earlier, so keep an eye on our Twitter feed, just in case…), and around 12 noon for everyone else. Our Red Carpet links don’t work properly for some reason, so you will need to log in first, then click the link below. Once the Red Carpet period is up, the link will work fine.
The Skywalker saga continues as the heroes of The Force Awakens join the galactic legends in an epic adventure that unlocks new mysteries of The Force. It’s “everything you could want and more from a Star Wars film” (Katie Walsh, Detroit Free Press)
- Score-Only Version of the Movie
- Audio Commentary By Writer/Director Rian Johnson
- The Director and the Jedi
- Balance of the Force
- Andy Serkis Live! (One Night Only)
- Meet The Porgs
- Lighting the Spark: Creating the Space Battle
- Snoke and Mirrors
- Showdown on Crait
- Introduction From Rian Johnson
- Alternate Opening
- Paige’s Gun Jams
- Luke Has A Moment
- Poe: Not Much of a Sewer
- It’s Kind of Weird That You Recorded That
- The Caretaker Sizes Up Rey
- Extended Fathier Chase
- Mega Destroyer Incursion – Extended Version
- Rose Bites the Hand That Taunts Her
- Phasma Squealed Like a Whoop Hog
- Rose & Finn Go to Where They Belong
- Rey & Chewie in the Falcon
- The Costumes and Creatures of Canto Bright
- Caretaker Village Sequence
- Deleted Scenes With Optional Commentary By Writer/Director Rian Johnson