The dancing and singing during Elton John's "Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting" was spectacular in "Rocketman."
But that was just part of Taron Egerton's performance.
There's more to the scene including an intricate number in the bumper car ride of the carnival – now revealed as the critically acclaimed "Rocketman" heads to home release (digital on Aug. 6/Blu-ray Aug. 27).
"We had lots of time to create some really beautiful, magical and special musical numbers. Some of them were a little bit too long for the final cut," says director Dexter Fletcher in the video introduction for the extended scenes.
Fletcher then presents "the full unedited, undiluted versions" of these numbers.
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The 29-year-old British actor Egerton insisted on taking on any aspect of John's life, including handling his own vocals (and his own stunts). So that's Egerton's voice rising above the bumper cars.
"The character of Elton is my character, and I didn’t want any moment in the film to be anyone else's," Egerton says.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: 'Rocketman' reveal: Elton John's 'Saturday Night' was even bigger