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Star Wars Fans Are Calling For A J J Abrams Cut of Episode IX of Star Wars

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Just like DC fans demanding a Snyder Cut for Justice League, disappointed fans have also gathered for the new Star Wars movie. Rumors state that Episode IX of the Disney franchise ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ also has its own similar version, called JJ Abrams’ cut. The trend first arrived on Twitter with hashtag ReleaseTheAbramsCut.

Star Wars Fans Are Not Too Happy

According to the fans on Twitter, the film was originally three hours long. There were several scenes and character cuts that were excluded from the final version of ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’. One user even claimed that in this “JJ Abrams’ cut”, there is also an appearance of Force ghosts Anakin, Obi-Wan, and others.

A Different Reylo Scene

The following excerpts posted by the user provides a little more detail about what is going on. Apparently there was a different take planned for the final moments of Reylo, including their kiss scene.

Force Ghosts With Rey

These posts by the next user also talk about the same Force ghost detail. However, with an imagined scene drawn in the second image, things look clearer. Wouldn’t it have been better if Star Wars could keep this view for the Episode IX?

Star Wars Excluded Force Sensitive Finn Theory On Purpose

This is probably a big one for every one of us. Remember that scene where Finn (John Boyega), Rey (Daisy Ridley) and others were stuck in quicksand? The part where Finn was almost about to confess something to the Jedi? Well, according to this Twitter user, Finn was about to tell her about his force-sensitive abilities. While some may continue to argue that it was more about confessing his love for her, here is something for you all:

Extra Scenes In The Rise of Skywalker

The extra scenes that we might have missed in the new The Rise of Skywalker film also might be the following ones. JJ Abrams’ cut really looks promising, if there is something like that stored in Disney’s archives.


Even for Ian McDiarmid (Emperor Palpatine), this came as a shock when finding out that the Star Wars movie brought Palpatine back to life. According to NME, he said that he believed that Lucas would never have chosen to resurrect him.

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