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Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith-Expanded Edition- Bobson Dognutt

Bobson continues to carve out quite the career for himself, and as is often the case, we continue to watch that career with great interest. This latest in his batch of extended cuts adds plenty to the existing cut, but also adds some original touches too. Some of these touches, while light, are so seamlessly integrated that there’s no sign they weren’t meant to be there to begin with (the Shakk Ti scene and ‘new’ dialogue from Dooku are some choice examples of this).

This is a solid expansion that also does something different, all to create a somewhat new and yet still very familiar movie for a Star Wars fan to experience. This has always been the best of the prequels, and almost everything pieced together for it only helps add to the majesty.

Star Wars Episode V: Skywalker Strikes Back (Released)

Hunted across the galaxy by the relentless empire, the valiant heroes of the rebellion fight for survival, while young Luke Skywalker finds himself drawn to the Dagobah system to learn the ways of the Jedi from the wise mentor Yoda. When his friends fall into the hands of Darth Vader, Luke journeys to the cloud city of Bespin to confront the Sith Lord, but is he prepared emotionally for what is to come?

Even as he comes to terms with the hard truths he faces in confronting Vader, Luke has no time to rest, as a reckoning must come for the nefarious gangster Jabba the Hutt on Luke’s home world of Tatoonie, a valiant rescue mission is carried out, but can all of Luke’s new training enable him in freeing Han Solo?

This fanedit combines the majority of the definitive middle act in the Star Wars saga with over forty five minutes worth of footage from Return of the Jedi to create a more complete viewing experience, with a different prologue and cliffhanger ending!

Changes are largely

-Vader communicating with the Emperor opens the film
-Majority of the first half of ROTJ plays out shortly after Luke receives his metal hand
-New ending is Luke receiving verification of his father’s identity and learning there is another Skywalker (but we don’t learn it’s Leia), film ends on Yoda fading away.


Sky_ said:

Cameron Samurai said:

Jeepers that’s awesome…never expected it to swerve like that

There’s actually quite a lot of Errors in this clip, which I’m aware of like, certain shots that shouldn’t be there as I didn’t switch of the layer in the timeline and other split-second frames that popped in, finally sound mix isn’t there yet
but I thought id post something so people have a feel of what I’m trying to do

and Thankyou

Yeah, I wasn’t going to call out the technical glitches because it was clear to me it was just a WIP, I was fixated more on what you were doing right

The 'Final' Season Of The Simpsons (Possible Team Project?)

I’m thinking of maybe doing three or so takes on this, but so far I’ve settled on this list for a final season comprised largely of season 9-11 episodes, with some from season 12, as well as “Barthood” and “Holidays of Future Passed”

The City of New York Vs Homer Simpson
Simpson Tide
Natural Born Kissers
Girly Edition
Treehouse of Horror VIII
The Trouble With Trillions
This Little Wiggy
Bart Carny
The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetions
Lisa The Sceptic
Trash of the Titans
The Cartridge Family
Mayored To The Mob
Lost Our Lisa
Wild Barts Can’t Be Broken
I’m With Cupid
Make Room For Lisa
Brother’s Little Helper
Faith Off
Alone Again Naturally-Diddly
Trilogy of Error
The Computer Wore Menace Shoes
Day of the Jackanapes
24 Minutes
My Mother The Carjacker
Holidays of Future Passed

My Take On Spider-Man 4 - WIP

My plan is to create as long a fan cut of the elusive Spider-Man 4 as possible, using footage from other Toby McGuire films (such as “Pawn Sacrifice”), and dialogue from the video games, Fox’s Ghost Rider movies, and the Marc Webb Amazing Spider-Man films for the ‘third act’

A lot of these ideas and concepts may change over time, and the edit might prove to be a bit rough, but that’s where feedback comes in

-Movie will be adaptation of “One More Day”, where Peter trades his relationship with Mary Jane to save his Aunt May from a bout with cancer.
-Footage from the 2002 Spider-Man Teaser Trailer Will Be Used As The Intro
-Peter now has a backstory as a chess protoge (just to help extend the length of the movie with some Parker drama)
-Deleted Scenes From Spider-Man 2 will be used
-Main villains are Mephisto and Electro (possibly Vulture also?)
-Nicolas Cage’s Johnny Blaze will make sporadic appearances throughout the edit
-Use Snake Eyes of G.I Joe as ‘Agent Venom’ For Possible End-Credits Scene, use footage from the movie “Venom” to explain it’s origins. Maybe ‘recast’ Tom Hardy as Flash Thompson and edit out all references to his name being Eddie?

Avengers: Cosmic Quest

hbenthow said:

Cameron Samurai said:

Obviously I missed my Christmas release window, that’s because the DVD came a little late (sometime around mid-January), and I got caught up with other projects. I recently found the time the last few weeks, I pieced together the edit on it’s own, but then a different idea occurred to me, and I might end up combining it with Infinity War.

I’m probably going to do a combined 2-in-one edit where past Thanos doesn’t show up after Thor kills the present version , and when the world is restored by Hulk, there is no final showdown.

Is there any chance of you doing both versions? They both sound interesting.

I have been working on two versions actually, one’s about 4 hours long even without the final battle. Would you be interested in the Endgame portion on it’s own even if it’s just a time-travel yarn with no real sweeping battle?

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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me: Shaggedelic Extended Edition by ADigitalMan

The best Austin Powers movie, the extended scenes help to make some scenes I found unfunny kind of funnier, I think the Two-On-Two scene could have replaced the two Austins stinger as the credits scene as it’s the same joke anyway. Could have done without the needless outtake montage after “The End”. Overall a worthy watch if extensions are your thing baby!

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Austin Powers: Shaggedelic Extended Edition by ADigitalMan

Austin Powers was one of my favourite movies to watch in my adolescence, one I could quote endlessly, that said I feel the deleted scenes don’t add much to the overall film, it’s nice to see them there, but I actually think these scenes could have done with an edit themselves…I’d have cut the final Number Two scene after he says “I bought the case” for example as it’s a funnier line to end it on than Austin’s counter-argument. I can actually see why they did cut that whole bit. Audio quality is fine and I didn’t notice anything jarring. Overall, it doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but it does give you a fresh excuse to watch a 90s cult classic once again.