X-Men: Apocalypse
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If you loved "X-Men: Apocalypse" on the big screen, you will love the Blu-ray/DVD version more as it will be loaded with several deleted scenes.

Director Bryan Singer, during his recent chat with Fandango, assured fans that there will be a number of exciting deleted scenes in the home video edition. However, he added that there won't be any sort of alternate or extended director's cut.

"There will be nothing like the Rogue Cut or anything like that. I'm not a big fan of director's cuts or extended editions, I never have been," said Singer. "In the case of Apocalypse, I removed what would be considered a conventional amount from the movie to protect what we call the collective experience of the feature theatrically. How it feels pace wise and movement wise."

Elaborating on that point and explaining his reasons behind chopping off certain scenes from the final version of the film, Singer said:

"It's strange for the audience sometimes because they say, 'It's a good scene, why did you remove it?' But if you sat in a theater and watched it with all those scenes back in, it may seem good, but slow. And I don't want the audience to feel that."

Warning: Spoiler ahead

Teasing one of the many deleted sequences that will be part of the Blu-ray/DVD edition, Singer mentioned a "farewell between Scott and his brother [Alex]," scene that is sure to strike a chord with fans of the Summer brothers.