- Publish Date
- Thursday, 28 February 2019, 11:39AM
If you're thirsty for more Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper action, we have good news!
Warner Bros. announced today that A Star Is Born is being re-released tomorrow to include an extra 12 minutes of brand-new footage.
However, unfortunately the extended cut will only play in 1,150 theatres across America ... and for just one week.
Described as a "special encore engagement," the new cut will reportedly include "never-before-seen" footage, extended performances, and a scene where Jackson and Ally pen a new track together, called 'Clover' - which wasn't even included on the film's soundtrack.
There will also be an a cappella version of the Oscar-winning tune 'Shallow', as well as extended performances of 'Black Eyes' and 'Alibi.'
As for new music, a scene where Ally serenades Jackson at their wedding with the ballad 'Is That Alright?' has been put back into the movie.
But Lady Gaga isn't the only one getting a new song!
Footage of Jackson in the studio singing 'Too Far Gone' has also been included in the extended cut.
Here's a sneak peek of one scene that has been put back in the movie featuring Jackson and Ally writing 'Clover' on a concert stage:
The movie - which grossed $425.3 million globally against a budget of $36 million - was nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Picture, but only walked away with one for Best Original Song.
Now we're just hoping someone, somewhere will bless us Kiwis with the extended cut of A Star Is Born too!