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A poster of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," directed by Rian Johnson. Star Wars/ Facebook

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is a big hit at the box office, with the film still growing strong in theatres across the globe. Now, fans are looking forward to the DVD, Blu-ray and the 4K UHD release, which is expected to include unseen footage and deleted scenes.

The wait will not be a long one, according to a report by The Digital Bits. The tentative release date of the DVD, Blu-ray and the 4K UHD is March 27. The report notes that the date can still be changed, but with only a gap of a few days. Disney or Lucasfilm are yet to make an official announcement in this regard.

There will be 20 minutes of additional content that fans can enjoy. The deleted scenes could shed more light on the future of the Jedi and the First Order. The report suggests that the first trailer for the upcoming film “Solo: A Star Wars Story” may also be included.

The other movies that have a DVD, Blu-ray release in March include “The Man Who Invented Christmas,” “Wonder Wheel,” and “The Clapper.”

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” focuses on the protagonist Rey (Daisy Ridley) taking her first steps in becoming a Jedi under the guidance of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill). The Jedi Master will be concerned about the raw power of his young apprentice. Meanwhile, the Resistance under the leadership of General Leia (Carrie Fisher) will prepare to take on the might of the First Order.

Preparations are underway for the production of “Star Wars: Episode 9,” the final film in the new trilogy The stand-alone “Solo: A Star Wars Story” has been directed by Ron Howard and will hit theatres on May 24 in Australia.