Get More Luna in Perry’s Extended “The One That Got Away” Video

If you didn’t get enough of Diego Luna in Katy Perry’s heartbreaking video for “The One That Got Away,” you’re in luck…

Perry has released the extended version of the clip, featuring longer opening and closing scenes that include más of the 32-year-old Mexican actor.

Katy Perry & Diego Luna as Star-Crossed Lovers in The One That Got Away
The original video, directed by Floria Sigismondi, had a running time of five minutes while the new director’s cut is seven-minutes long.

As with the original, the clip starts off with old Perry arriving at her oh-so-posh home. This time though, there are more clips of her wandering around the house, slowly arranging her stuff, and going into deep thought about her past.

In the living room, the elder Perry’s mind waxes nostalgic about her long gone lover, played by Luna. A quick montage of their happy relationship fills the screen while old Perry continues to flashback to her younger days with Luna.

The relationship goes sour and the two lovers separate with Luna getting into a tragic accident. An extended closing to the heart-breaking story presents Perry driving off into the beautiful and calm sunset.

The song was part of Perry’s Teenage Dream album, which was released in August 24, 2010.

Luna Stars in Katy Perry’s Heartbreaking New Video…

Beloved in his native Mexico, Diego Luna has started making a name for himself in Hollywood… But he could soon reach a whole new level of stardom with a little help from international pop star Katy Perry.

The 31-year-old actor—Gael Garcia Bernal’s co-star in the critically acclaimed Mexican coming-of-age story Y tu mamá tambiénappears in Perry’s latest music video for “The One That Got Away.”

Katy Perry & Diego Luna as Star-Crossed Lovers in The One That Got Away

Perry premiered the heart-wrenching clip online and on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday. The beautifully shot clip features the singer and Luna as star-crossed lovers; and perfectly runs through the joy of falling in love and the heartbreak of letting go.

Directed by Floria Sigismondi, the majority of the clip is set in the past, as a sad and aged Perry relives her fiery romance with Luna’s character.

It ends with a traumatic event and an oh-so-heartbreaking tune: Johnny Cash‘s sobering version of “You Are My Sunshine.”