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Fans of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" buying the movie for home use will also get access to a cut of the movie where the only audio is of John Williams score.
The catch, however is that to access it, customers will have to sign up for the Movies Anywhere app, the Disney-backed digital movie aggregator which is the exclusive home for the score-only of "Last Jedi".
Williams has teased a potential retirement from the franchise following next year's "Episode IX".
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