One key sequence from the original plans for X-Men: Days of Future Past was meant to be the big comeback for Anna Paquin Rogue. It was filmed, but not included in the final, theatrically released version of the film. All we got of Rogue there was a quick cameo that could be missed in a blink. But never missing an opportunity for a 'special edition,' Fox will be issuing a new edit of the picture, the so-called Rogue Cut, into Blu-ray and Digital HD this summer. It's not being marketed as a 'Director's Cut', but just an alternative. So, this might not be the 'definitive' version but it has been extended with attractive new scenes. The BBFC have certificated the film and clocked its running time as 142 minutes and 37 seconds, as opposed to the original's 131 minutes and 26 seconds. What isn't known is if the end credit crawl has been altered - with extra scenes, it could well be, with extra actors and FX technicians needing their space. All the same, it shouldn't be hugely different from the original roll, and so we should probably expect the new version of the film to pack in about eleven minutes of added material. That won't all be Rogue, I'm sure. If you haven't heard what the excised Rogue subplot actually us, here's the nutshell version - skip ahead if you'd rather not be spoiled. So, basically, Kitty Pryde starts to get exhausted and they need somebody to take over the job of projecting Logan into the past; Rogue's chameleon mutation makes her the perfect candidate, if not the only one, so Charles and Erik come up with a risky little mission to get to her and bring her into play. The Rogue Cut will be with us in the coming months, almost exactly halfway between Days of Future Past and Apocalypse reaching cinemas. You'd be forgiven for thinking it was all planned that way, right?