Two months to the day since the final chapter in the Skywalker Saga arrived in theaters, Lucasfilm have now given fans a taste of what will be on the home release of the film. Releasing March 17th on Digital HD and March 31st on Blu-Ray, fans will be treated to a variety of extras and bonus content, including a feature length documentary titled “The Skywalker Legacy”, detailing the making of the film, something that Star Wars fans have come to expect after the home releases of The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. There are plenty of other extras, including a feature detailing Warwick Davis’ return as Wicket, along with his son Harrison (we’ve included a full list below). However, there’s still no word on any deleted scenes being included. For US fans, there are a few different retailer exclusives on offer, including a 4K UHD Steelbook Edition, which comes with 4K, Blu-Ray, and DVD discs from Best Buy. Over at Target, buying the 4K disc can also get you a Gallery Book, which dives further into the word of The Rise of Skywalker and Star Wars as a whole.
- The Skywalker Legacy: The story lives forever in this feature-length documentary that charts the making of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
- Pasaana Pursuit: Creating the Speeder Chase: Dive into the making of the movie’s epic landspeeder chase and discover how this spectacular sequence was brought to the screen.
- Aliens in the Desert: See what it took to create the Pasaana desert scenes, from the sheer scale and complexity of the shoot to its colorful details.
- D-O: Key to the Past: Explore the ship that connects Rey to the mystery of her missing parents and get to know the galaxy’s newest, irresistible droid.
- Warwick & Son: Warwick Davis, who played Wicket in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, dons the Ewok costume once more; this time joined by his son Harrison.
- Cast of Creatures: The team behind the film’s memorable creatures reveal the puppetry, makeup, prosthetics and digital magic that bring them to life!
- The Maestro’s Finale (Digital Exclusive): Composer John Williams reflects on his body of work for the Star Wars saga and shares insights on scoring Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.