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Wanna watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi without all that dialogue and special effects noise? Then we have some good news for you, Star Wars fans: the Blu-ray release of the film, out March 27, will include a special “music-only” version of The Last Jedi featuring only John Williams' score.

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That's right, you'll soon be able to watch The Last Jedi as sort of an otherworldly silent movie, with all audio from the picture absent except for the lovely soundtrack. Director Rian Johnson confirmed the news on Tuesday by tweeting, “Of all the special features, my favorite one is kinda hidden, so wanted to call it out. If you buy the movie anywhere online (or the blu) you have access to a music only version of TLJ.

“This is the full movie, but with no dialogue, fx or backgrounds,” Johnson added of the feature, “just John’s score. I really wanted to put this out, it's really something to see John’s music play with the movie, like a silent film.”

It looks the music-only version of The Last Jedi will be a sort-of Easter egg included in the physical and digital copies of the flick, but we're still pretty excited to turn the lights down and enact our own silly dialogue to the special version of the film while Williams' masterful score is the only thing that plays.

The digital version of The Last Jedi is already available, as reported by io9, so see if you can follow Johnson's tweets below in unlocking the music-only version of the film. Good luck! And may the Force with you:

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