Co-produced, and co-written by J. J. Abrams (LOST, Star Trek into Darkness), the latest instalment in Lucasfilm’s epic on-screen space saga — is now available to own on iTunes.
“It’s here. Star Wars: The Force Awakens brings back Han, Leia, and Chewbacca — and introduces us to Rey, Finn, and BB-8. Relive all the unforgettable action and eye-popping visuals,” Apple wrote in its mailshot sent out to iTunes customers on Friday.
As expected the title comes with a whole bunch of iTunes Extras – offering fans who have perhaps followed the franchise from the beginning access to a range of exclusive interviews with both the movie’s actors and filmmakers, plus deleted scenes – and a whole lot more!
“iTunes Extras includes hours of bonus content containing deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and the full-length documentary Secrets of The Force Awakens: A Cinematic Journey.”
Originally hitting theatres back in December, (and the first episode of the saga to be distributed internationally by Disney), the film’s opening weekend last year broke all records and marked the highest ever for Lucas – coming in at an eye-watering total taking of $247.7 Million in its first 3 days, ($61M of that being taken on Dec 20 – alone).
Currently the movie is only available to download on iTunes by those in the U.S, with those in other regions left with the option to pre-order the film – for expected digital release on April 11.
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