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    Posted on 02-01-2016 04:57 PM  Number of Views: 171 
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    harrybowls has released his first fanedit: 'Prometheus: Paradise Edition'.

    This fanedit has a completely new opening, and deleted scenes have been re-intergrated from the 4-disc Blu-ray set. All new material has been color corrected, scored, and VFX added to the deleted scenes that were originally not finished in post-production.

    harrybowls:
    "I really liked Prometheus, but had a lot of issues. I really did not like the opening of the film, I felt showing the Engineers right from the start was not a great choice, it is an awesome looking shot, but I felt it killed all of the suspense of what why the crew is travelling to the planet, and what they are looking for. They should've been revealed at the same time that the crew first sees them.

    Also showing Shaw and Halloway finding the map in the caves I felt was also unnecessary, because they talk about it again during their mission briefing, it took too long to get the film going, and introduce the crew of the Prometheus.

    I also thought a handful of the deleted scenes (not all of them) from the Blu-ray were actually great scenes of character development and more tense, and some of them explain some of the character motivations later on in the movie. My goal in doing this was to try and make a version of Prometheus that was more cohesive, and had more surprises than the original theatrical version."

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    Posted on 02-01-2016 04:52 PM  Number of Views: 63 
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    DrFontane has released his first fanedit: 'The Hobbit (Ironfoot Edition) - Part I'.

    The 'Extended Editions' of the first two Hobbit movies, combined into one streamlined fanedit, forming Part 1 of the "Ironfoot Edition".

    DrFontane:
    "My attempt has been to cut down The Hobbit films from three to two films with an eye to good solid storytelling. I believe these films to be valuable gems suffering from bloated and boring scenes that bring down the entire narrative. Ive cut only what I found unnecessary, unsatisfactory or needed to for coherence. My source material were the Extended Editions (with 5.1 surround sound to isolate dialogue or sound effects wherever needed) and the Official OST. I have some experience with editing and Ive done my best to make my edits seem as flawless as possible and I hope I will have succeeded in making it impossible to tell what Ive changed without knowing the source material."

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    Posted on 11-08-2015 06:12 PM  Number of Views: 297 
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    Problem Eliminator has released a new fanedit: 'Casino Royale: The Big Picture'.

    This edit emphasizes Bond's character arc of learning to see the big picture. He is a new 00, but not a rookie agent or a young man.

    Problem Eliminator:
    "Action sequences are trimmed and the romance is streamlined in an attempt to focus the story. The intended result is a more classic Bond film with better pacing and natural character development."






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    Posted on 09-14-2015 02:55 PM  Number of Views: 763 
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    ebumms has released his first full-length fanedit: 'Dumb and Dumber To: The Sufisticated Edition'.

    This is the sequel that fans of the original 'Dumb and Dumber' were hoping for. Lloyd and Harry are back to being the likable dolts we know and love. 20 years later they set out on another road trip where hijinks ensue.

    ebumms:
    "I found Lloyd and Harry to be so juvenile, vulgar, and mean-spirited this time around that they were virtually unlikable. I decided to edit out the elements I felt weren't in line with the original in attempt to make it watchable for people that may have been turned off by the same things I was."

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    Posted on 08-12-2015 10:36 AM  Number of Views: 517 
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    SoboFilms has released his first full-length fanedit: 'Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian - The Book Cut'.

    This edit brings the Prince Caspian film closer in line with the book and removes many of the bad plots/subplots that were used in the movie, as well as siginifcantly cutting down its run time.

    SoboFilms:
    "While I enjoyed both this film and the first one, I always felt that as someone who had really liked the books and read them countless times, that the film could have done a better job at adapting the book's plot. My goal wasn't to make a film that was a purist cut, but rather a cut that would still feel like a film and not lose any of (or not many) of the elements from the book."


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    Posted on 08-12-2015 10:33 AM  Number of Views: 574 
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    Neuros has released his first full-length fanedit: 'Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Pegasus'.

    This edit brings together an episode from 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' with an episode from 'Enterprise'.

    Neuros:
    "Beyond simply an extended edition, I wanted to retell the ENT footage so that it fit more firmly in place with the original episode. To that end, a conflicting scene from TNG has been removed along with the entire ending of the ENT episode."

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    Posted on 07-27-2015 02:25 PM  Number of Views: 848 
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    Masirimso17 has released his first full-length fanedit: 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Finale Extended Edition'.

    This 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' edit adds most of the deleted scenes, plus fixes a plothole in the movie.

    Masirimso17:
    "I love the Amazing Spider-Man 2 but there are a lot of parts where it is very confusing due to the fact that Sony messed with Marc Webbs vision too much and deleted a lot of scenes. To fix this, I made this Extended Edition."

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