‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ is now available on digital platforms but without the deleted scenes


Despite the fact that Disney is delaying a multitude of movies because of the Coronavirus, the company seems to have begun to share some of their productions through their digital platforms. One of the lucky ones has been ‘Frozen 2’, who overtook three months of its premiere on Disney+ being released now on march 15, 2020; but fans of the saga of ‘Star Wars’ can also be happy, because Disney+ has already premiered ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’, which in the beginning was going to be released on march 17, 2020.

  'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker'

The first that we have already taken a look have been able to verify that the film contains no deleted scenes, what is surprising enough to be a Disney movie. The extra content that appear in the digital version of the movie are the following:

– ‘The Skywalker Legacy‘: a documentary on how they made ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’.

– ‘The Persecution of Pasaana‘: to find out how this incredible persecution was brought to the big screen.

– ‘Aliens in the desert‘: you’ll be able to see how they created the scenes in the desert Pasaana, from the complex shooting up to the application of the eye-catching colors.

– ‘D-O: Keys to the past‘: find out what connects the King with the mystery of his parents disappeared and he knows the droid’s most irresistible and new to the galaxy.

– ‘Warwick and son‘: Warwick Davis, who played Wicket in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi’, is placed once more in the costume, although this time accompanied by his son Harrison.

– ‘The cast of creatures‘: the team that is behind all the creatures that appear in the film, shows the make-up, prosthetics and all the magic of the technology that is needed to give them life.

Content exclusive the digital version:

– ‘The end of the Master‘: the composer John Williams’s account of what he did and how was his work in the saga, and shares some of the ins and outs of the film.

The consequences of the COVID-19

A multitude of films and series have been affected for evil by the Coronavirus, such as ‘Riverdale’ or ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, who have had to cripple their filming. Even so, some companies like Disney are working to continue entertaining people from their homes and make the days pass more quickly. We all have to work together to stop the spread of the virus, so we only need to think about that, the sooner we do what is requested of us, the sooner we can be back on the street. Do not forget, stay at home.