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    Posted on 01-28-2015 02:55 PM  Number of Views: 49 
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    Samspider3 released a new fanedit Man Of Steel: The Ultimate Kryptonian Cut
    'The Ultimate Kryptonian Cut' tries to tell the origin story of Superman through his eyes, so this way, we will feel more "character development" in the story. We will know as much as him. Also, some action sequences were reduced a little bit to not make the movie seem like it's too chaotic, some motivations and plot points were changed to feel like a more heroic movie instead of tragic.

    Samspider3:
    "The most important part in this Fanedit is the scene were Clark finally puts on the suit and decides to become Superman. This was my ultimate disapointment in the film because I was expecting such important scene to be in an iconic point, but instead it looks kind of random. So, in my Edit, Clark will put on the Suit when he feels he needs to."

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    Posted on 01-20-2015 03:09 PM  Number of Views: 119 
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    TM2YC just released a new fanedit Heaven's Gate: The 2nd Director's Cut
    This is a recreation of the rarely seen "Theatrical Cut" or "2nd Director's Cut" of 'Heaven's Gate' using the beautiful HD Blu-Ray transfer of the "Preview/Premiere/1st Director's Cut". The much shorter cut is not a studio-imposed hatchet-job but the result of 6 months of Director Michael Cimino's further work in the cutting room, trying to perfect the film. It's 67 minutes shorter, features a voiceover, radically rearranged scenes, altered dialogue, music and SoundFX and 18 minutes of new footage.

    TM2YC:
    "For whatever reason he did not chose to restore this cut of the film for Blu-Ray and opted to present his first much longer cut that he himself had withdrawn. So here is my attempt to recreate that "2nd Director's Cut" in the best quality possible.

    Using the low-quality French DVD 'La Porte Du Paradis' (Which appears to be the only copy of the 2ndDC available) as a guide, I've conformed the Blu-Ray transfer frame-by-frame and cut-by-cut to match. The unique soundtrack of the 2ndDC is preserved, but any colour-timing differences have not been (The transfer was too faded and murky to judge what the colours may or may not have been). Instead I have re-graded any shots I've used from the DVD, to match the Blu-Ray footage which makes up around 90% of this edit.

    Be aware that while I have used sharpening, film-grain, contrast adjustment and various other tools to improve matters. The unique 2ndDC footage is of a much lower quality than the Blu-Ray source so will be noticeable to some extent. Given this fact I have tried to use every frame I could of the HD source, sometimes even breaking a shot up into seperate layers and blending them together."



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    Posted on 01-20-2015 03:02 PM  Number of Views: 170 
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    JobWillins released a new fanedit Lost: The Swan
    This is a sequel to Lost: The Crash and is an alternate viewing experience for Lost that is more compressed and focussed.
    The 4 chapter structure allows for the film to be viewed in one sitting or easily divided into smaller portions.

    JobWillins:
    "I re-edited the 2nd season of Lost into a 3hr45min film that plays out in 4 chapters. Like I did in The Crash, I focused on the major through lines of the season while also keeping any major details that are important for watching Season 3 and beyond. This also includes some footage from season 1 that wasn't used in The Crash."

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    Posted on 01-20-2015 02:56 PM  Number of Views: 231 
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    samspider3 released a new fanedit The Hobbit: Part 1
    This Fanedit will try to transform the first 2 parts of the Hobbit Trilogy into one 3 hours and 15 minutes montage, making the story go forward faster and have a better pace.

    samspider3:
    "The Hobbit Trilogy is not as good as the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, but it has some very good moments, and some bad ones too. So, my intention here was to go back to the roots when this production was still going to be a 2 Parts movie instead of trilogy, so I took what I believe was the best of the movies and transformed it into a single movie. I did it because I always thought The Hobbit is not a book that should have 3 movies, cause it is not that long or dense as LOTR. And time give me the reason, because I still feel like the first two movies are way too overlong and have a story that could be told in one film. So this is my attempt to make it that way."

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    Posted on 01-20-2015 02:51 PM  Number of Views: 94 
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    Jerick released a new fanedit Anastasia: Lost Princess Of Russia
    The goals were to: Remove most of the distasteful devil worshiping elements from the movie's central villain, to give the movie a proper villain by removing excess silliness from the characters of Rasputin and his sidekick Bartok, to remove poorly conceived computer generated imagery that clashes with the beautiful hand drawn animation, and to generally redeem a film that deserves a place alongside any Disney princess collection.

    Jerick:
    "With this fanedit I have turned 1997's 'Anastasia' into the quintessential Disney princess movie.
    This edit has 2 versions, both contain the same edits, however one displays the original Fox titles and the other presents titles as they would have appeared had this been a Disney Diamond Edition Blu-Ray release."

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    Posted on 01-17-2015 10:51 AM
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    Bleeding Cool has an article up about seeing a fanedit of the first two Hobbits films. No specific title is given, so we're not sure if it's one listed on our site, but it's still nice to see fanedits shown in a positive light. Be sure to check out their article.

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    Posted on 01-17-2015 10:44 AM
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    Steven Soderbergh is at it again, this time re-editing Stanley Kubrick's classic 2001: A Space Odyssey. Soderbergh has previously edited Psycho and Raiders of the Lost Ark.

    For more information on this project visit Extension 765.

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