'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Has A Music-Only Cut Available As A Bonus Feature

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available to bring home today on digital download. That means you can watch the movie as many times as you want, and also check out the feature-length documentary The Director and the Jedi that comes with it. But there's another cool bonus feature that Rian Johnson only just revealed yesterday after the premiere of the aforementioned documentary at SXSW.

For fans who buy Star Wars: The Last Jedi, in any format, there will be a way to access a music-only cut of the movie. That means you'll be able to watch a version of the movie that lets you hear only the Oscar-nominated score composed by John Williams as you watch. There's no dialogue, sound effects or any of the extra audio that normally comes with it. Just that incredible score. Find out how to get the Star Wars: The Last Jedi music-only cut below.

Rian Johnson made the revelation about the Star Wars: The Last Jedi music-only cut on Prime Video:

The important part about the Star Wars: The Last Jedi music-only cut comes in at the 11:30 mark, but here's the quote:

"One thing I'm really excited about with it, that I really want to talk up, and this was something that I really pushed to figure out a way to do, it's a really special thing. We're going to have a music-only version of the movie. Basically, we did a mix where there's no dialogue, no sound effects, no backgrounds, nothing but the score playing at regular perfect level. So you can watch it like a silent film just with John [Williams'] score. If you do this, it's incredible because you see the nuance that he rides the emotion of the scene with, and it's being able to just focus on that music. "

How to Get the Star Wars The Last Jedi Music-Only Cut

Rian Johnson explained that in order to watch the Star Wars: The Last Jedi music-only cut, you have to download the Movies Anywhere app and access the film through there once you've downloaded your digital copy of the movie. Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available on digital download today, so fans should be able to check it out right now through Movies Anywhere. Otherwise, fans waiting for Blu-Ray and DVD have a couple weeks to wait.

If you haven't downloaded Movies Anywhere, this will be the perfect excuse for you to join the digital movie aggregator that takes all of the digital copies of your movies across Apple's iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Walmart's Vudu and puts them all in one place. Well, it doesn't necessarily include all your movies, but all of the movies from Disney, Pixar, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm — as well as 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures (including Dreamworks and Illumination), and Warner Bros. Pictures. – will be included. As of now, Lionsgate and Paramount Pictures have held off from getting involved. Plus, FandangoNOW just joined the mix, too. So it'll be well worth the download for both convenient access to your digital movie library and also to watch the Star Wars: The Last Jedi music-only cut.