Deleted Force Awakens Scene Has Chewbacca Ripping Off An Arm!

It is not everyday you get a glimpse into what it would be like if a Star Wars movie had an R-rating. But in one scene that was left on the scrap floor for 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we see Chewbacca embracing his animal instincts. How so? He pulls off an enemy's limb! Given the switch to Disney, there was never any chance for such a graphic moment to make it's way onto the big screen.

The cuddly Wookiee is beloved as Han Solo's sidekick and he was a welcomed return alongside Harrison Ford's character, Princess Leia, Dark Vader, C-3PO and R2-D2.

Yet this new clip that will likely feature on the Blu-Ray extras for the hardcore faithful didn't make it, seeing Jakku junk dealer Unkar Plutt lose his arm following a heated confrontation with Rey.

Pegged Back: Star Trek Actor Screened Out Of CGI Scene

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Illustrating the power and capacity of Disney to wield their influence over a motion picture, Star Trek writer and actor Simon Pegg was the heavily dense CGI character Unkar Plutt. Not only was he the one who lost said arm, but also his place in the film. This would only be a minor setback for the 46-year old, having played a far more significant role in the other franchise that utilizes his gifts on and off camera.

This violent scene would have acted as something of a nod to a previous installment. With Force Awakens providing a bucketload of nostalgia across the two plus hours of the blockbuster. In 1977's Star Wars: A New Hope, Han Solo tells C-3PO that he is best to let the Wookiee win. Because, if he doesn't, they are creatures known to rip the arm out of people's sockets.

Hamill Continues To Troll Trump

There must be a lot of time between shoots of the series. Let alone his work for DC in the animated programs. But Mark Hamill has tapped into his Joker character once again to read out more tweets of the incoming president.

Only 33 seconds in length, Hamill goes for the high pitched ramblings of the villainous maniac to send up Trump. This time reading the billionaire criticizing 76-year old Congressman John Lewis.

Lewis is best regarded for his work in the Civil Rights movement before assuming office back in 1987. Speaking as his alter ego The Trumpster, Trump fired back over Lewis' claim that he will not attend the Inauguration because he does not see the Republican as a "legitimate President."

Source: THR

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