Star Wars: The Last Jedi Deleted Scene Reveals Captain Phasma’s True Colors (VIDEO)
With the arrival of Star Wars: The Last Jedi less than a month away, Disney has begun to open up about what goodies we can expect from the home release of the latest entry in the epic franchise. One of the more exciting features fans will be able to enjoy are the 14 – that’s right, 14 – deleted scenes. Disney has released one such Star Wars: The Last Jedi deleted scene and it gives us an alternate take on how the fight between Finn and Captain Phasma played out. Check it out below, and please be mindful that the clip and below contents will contain spoilers:
Those that have already seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi while it was in theaters will know that that scene played out very, very differently than the deleted scene above. The above The Last Jedi deleted scene takes place towards the end of the movie, at which point Supreme Leader Snoke’s ship is in chaos and reluctant rebel Finn finds himself once again squaring off against Captain Phasma.
Surrounded by Storm Troopers, Finn calls Phasma out on how cowardly she acted on Starkiller Base, where she gave in to Finn’s demands to lower the base’s shields in order to save herself. He suggests that it would be interesting were Phasma’s troops or her masters to find out how cowardly she was, at which point she chooses to kill the four Storm Troopers surrounding Finn. Finn and Phasma then engage in battle once more, though the end result is similar to that seen in the theatrical version of the movie. Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases digitally on March 13, and on Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD, and DVD on March 27.
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