We now live in a world where deleted scenes warrant their own trailer. On Thursday, Disney shared a short preview video with footage from the deleted scenes that will appear on the Star Wars: The Force Awakens home release.

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This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise after a 30-second production announcement managed to rack up over 11 million views, but it’s further proof that Star Wars really is back. Here’s the short teaser:

The list of deleted scenes expected to appear on the digital and disc releases also made its way around the Internet earlier this month:

  • Finn And The Villager (0:31)
  • Jakku Message (0:47)
  • X-Wings Prepare For Lightspeed (0:22)
  • Kylo Searches The Falcon (0:50)
  • Snow Speeder Chase (0:48)
  • Finn Will Be Fine (0:23)

That’s less than four minutes of new footage, but hopefully it’ll be enough to tide us over until the first trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story drops later this year. At this point, we’re basically trapped in an endless cycle of Star Wars.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens has already leaked to torrent sites, but it will be available online legally in Digital HD on April 1st and will hit store shelves in Blu-ray and DVD formats on April 5th. If you want to see all the other special features and bonus content that comes with the home release, check this post.