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Harry Potter: Enhanced Editions (Audiobooks) (Books 1-6 Released)

TheLittleRock said:

Hi, could you send me the link too, please? I really enjoyed philosopher’s stone, you did amazing job! Unfortunately, chamber of secrets and order of phoenix were taken down from archive 😦. Thank you very much and wish you all the best!

I’ll be re-uploading both of them on the same account.

Harry Potter: Enhanced Editions (Audiobooks) (Books 1-6 Released)

ObviousTryHard said:

Master Lawdog said:

MMA_SirOwlbie said:

Hey, this got recced to me and I’d love to hear it! Could I get a link to the downloads? Sorry for not PMing you directly, I just made an account for this and couldn’t figure out how to do it. Thank you. ❤️

PM sent!

Hi, could you send me a PM with the downloads as well? I’ve been listening to your versions over on the Archive website, but I would hate for them to be taken down before I can listen to them all. I really love the work you’re doing! Thank you!

You can download them from Archive.

Batman V Superman: World's Finest (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)

Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, just like its predecessor, Man of Steel, polarized many people, even more so. At the time, I was very disappointed with how it turned out. The film was, at times, going off track from the “Batman V Superman” portion and focusing more on the “Dawn of Justice” subtitle. There were a number of various subplots that ultimately, didn’t need to be there in order to make the payoff work. Zack Snyder doubled down on what I, and a lot of others, disliked about Man of Steel and reinforced it in this film. Superman mostly mopes and does nothing to help the people to understand his purposes and reasons for protecting and serving them, and Batman is way too mean and kills people, with no explanation as to why he’s doing so. The portrayal of Lex Luthor, as well, was absolutely appalling and highly questionable. The film’s tone was just as bleak, depressing and pretentious, perhaps even more so than Man of Steel. Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL’s score, I thought was really bad. Very loud and noisy, especially Holkenborg’s theme for Batman. The Ultimate Edition, while a little better due to fleshing out the plot to be much clearer, still didn’t help out that much.

This edit is a sequel to Superman: The Man of Steel, and seeks to heavily restructure the film, streamlining and focusing the narrative on the important elements within the plot. Many sequences and scenes have been removed to trim off all of the fat. The colors have been corrected and Zimmer and Holkenborg’s work has been replaced with Danny Elfman’s Batman theme, John Williams’ Superman theme and John Ottman’s theme for Lex Luthor. I have decided to keep Zimmer’s Wonder Woman theme, as I feel it was the only new theme that worked well for the character and was memorable. The final act with Doomsday and the death of Superman has been kept to set up the Justice League movie, despite feeling out of place from the “Batman V Superman” plot. This is my take on how Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, could have been presented.

I’d like to give thanks to reeseevans, Mr. Blue and Wakeupkeo for their work on their own edits of this film. A number of ideas comes from their work. Agent 9 also deserves a mention for his edit of Man of Steel, since he re-scored the film to transform it into a more traditional presentation.

The primary video source will be from kk650’s color regrade of the Ultimate Edition, while also color corrected throughout. The theatrical cut is also used in some places.

Re-scored the entire film with Danny Elfman’s Batman work, along with John Williams, Ken Thorne, Alexander Courage and John Ottman’s Superman work. Their work from other films is also used. Hans Zimmer’s theme for Wonder Woman is kept, however.

Moved Bruce’s opening narration and the flashback sequence of the death of the Waynes and their funeral after the battle in Metropolis.

Recut the opening credits sequence to time better with the new music, trimming it down heavily. The titles have also been redone, adding in new credits and a title card, using the Batman/Superman logo from the trailer. VFX will be needed for this.

Removed Thomas Wayne attempting to punch Joe Chill.

Removed Bruce flying in the cellar as the bats swarm him.

Removed Bruce’s narration as the flashback of him as a child ends.

Removed the title card introducing Metropolis and the events.

Bruce’s phone call to Jack cuts off almost immediately, adding in a subtle voiceover that the call has been disconnected.

Trimmed Bruce watching the building collapse, removing Superman and Zod’s fight and Jack’s prayer.

Removed Bruce walking by the teacher leading the kids out, using the theatrical cut.

Trimmed away some lines as Bruce helps Wallace Keefe.

Moved the kryptonite discovery scene in the Indian Ocean prior to the senators meeting Lex Luthor. Removed the text that describes where the scene takes place at. VFX will be needed to remove the text.

Removed the entire sequence in Africa, along with the bullet and journal subplot.

Removed Kahina Ziri’s testimony to Congress against Superman.

Added a new “18 Months Later” card prior to the cops arriving at the human trafficker’s hideout.

Removed the scene of the cops watching football in their car.

Moved the sequence of the cops encountering Batman in the human trafficker’s hideout to after the passage of time card.

Removed the subtitles from the victums speaking to the cops.

Trimmed the cop walking up the stairs, using the theatrical cut.

Trimmed Batman crawling along the ceiling as the cop shoots at him.

Removed the cop’s line, “Jesus Christ! He branded him.”

Moved the scene of Lois arriving at her apartment prior to the passage of time card. The shots of her receiving her mail have been removed. The bloody shirt has now been recontexualized to something she wore during her trip to Zod’s ship in Man of Steel.

Trimmed Lois and Clark’s discussion to be recontextualized as reflecting on the aftermath of the battle in Metropolis.

Trimmed off the end of Lois and Clark’s makeout session, using the theatrical cut, while transitioning to the “18 Months Later” card.

Trimmed away Bruce telling Alfred that they’re criminals.

Removed Lex telling the senators why his father called the company LexCorp.

Removed the mention of the “Metahuman Thesis.”

Removed Lex putting a Jolly Rancher into the Senator’s mouth.

Moved the scene of Clark making eggs while watching the news report to after Bruce and Alfred’s discussion in the Batcave. This is Kahina Ziri’s only appearance in this edit, as the subplot of her return to the city and being killed off has been removed. Her character has now been reduced to a civilian who lost many of their family during the battle in Metropolis and has decided to flee Gotham in fear of Superman.

Removed Perry’s, “Poor son of a bitch.”

Cut Lois out of the Daily Planet staff meeting, ending it on an extended shot of Clark.

Removed the scene of Lois leaving the offices for D.C. as Perry gives Clark a new assignment.

Removed Lex describing Finch’s hearings during his discussion with her, along with his question, “Do you know the oldest lie in America, Senator?”

Removed Bruce’s parademon nightmare, along with him waking up in bed. An exterior shot of the lake house is kept. VFX will be needed to remove Bruce inside, though.

Added a subtle laugh from the Joker used in Suicide Squad as Bruce looks at Robin’s suit to evoke memories of his death.

Removed Bruce taking a shower, using the theatrical cut’s transition.

Removed Clark asking a fellow journalist who Bruce Wayne is. Clark is already aware of him.

Removed Lex’s lines as he’s called up on stage prior to his speech.

Removed the end of Lex’s speech, cutting from Alfred drinking scotch to Bruce walking back upstairs.

Replaced a shot of Clark looking at Bruce after their conversation with one used in the trailer.

Trimmed away Lex’s, “Boys!”

Removed Clark following Bruce downstairs, as well as him watching the Spanish news report.

Moved the montage sequence of people debating on Superman to after the opening credits.

Removed the phone call scene between Clark and Martha.

Removed all of Jenet Klyburn’s scenes, as they are tied with the now deleted subplot with Lois investigating the bullet used in Africa.

Removed the scene of Clark doing research on Batman’s branding being a death sentence for criminals. He still learns this from Santos’ girlfriend.

Used the theatrical cut when Wallace asks Lex what he wants to remove an F-bomb.

Moved the scene of Wallace asking for Finch’s help after Santos’ death.

Trimmed away Wallace telling Finch the details on how the battle in Metropolis changed his life, using the theatrical cut.

Removed the scene of Lois and General Swanwick’s discussion in the bathroom.

Removed the scene of the waiters watching The Daily Show on TV.

Removed the entire Knightmare sequence, along with the Flash coming to deliver Bruce news.

Removed Bruce’s line, “Fourteen hours.”

Heavily trimmed the Batmobile chase sequence to remove Batman killing criminals and shooting the tracker onto the truck. It’s now revealed afterwards that Batman put a tracker onto the truck.

Removed the scene between Lois and General Swanwick under the rain.

Cut the last part of Finch’s line, “The World needs to know what happened in that desert.”

Trimmed away Martha’s line, “You’re not a killer. A threat.”

Removed the scene of Lois and Swanwick’s conversation on a park bench.

Removed the phone call scene between Lois and Perry

Trimmed away Finch chatting with a senator about Kahina Ziri, using the theatrical cut.

Removed Bruce receiving Wallace’s checks, as it feels unbelievable that not a single employee at Wayne Enterprises would bring these up in a year-and-a-half.

Re-dubbed Greg’s line to Bruce as he hands him the envelope with a line from The Siege. An idea used from Reese Evans’ edit, “No Justice.”

Tightened up Finch’s reaction to recognizing the jar.

Removed Wallace’s checks from Bruce’s lake house when Alfred comes in.

Trimmed Lex’s arrival back at LexCorp, removing the possibility that Batman killed the guards.

Removed the balcony scene between Superman and Lois.

Moved Lex accessing the Kryptonian ship earlier to after severing Zod’s fingerprints.

Removed Bruce creating kryptonite gas during the training montage, in order to keep it a surprise when it’s first used against Superman.

Removed Bruce viewing Wonder Woman’s file.

Removed Clark’s mountain journey, as that sequence has been used and recontexualized in Man of Steel.

Moved Lois investigating Wallace’s apartment prior to Batman preparing for his fight.

Removed Lois’ phone call with Janet Klyburn.

Removed the scene of Lex Luthor’s men kidnapping Martha, in order to keep it a surprise when Superman finds out about it.

Trimmed down Lois and Lex’s conversation to remove mention of the bullet subplot.

Removed one of Lois’, “You came back!”

Removed many of Lex’s goofy noises throughout his rooftop conversation with Superman.

Cut the second half of Lex’s line about God to give the first half more weight.

Shaved down the excessiveness of Lex describing his full plan to Superman.

Removed Lex’s excessive “There we go” lines.

Removed Diana viewing the metahuman files on her laptop.

Moved a shot of Batman standing in the rain after Lois tells her pilot where to fly to.

Removed Batman’s line, “Well. Here I am.”

Removed Batman and Superman’s brief exchange, along with a powerful push.

Removed an excessive push from Superman, using the theatrical cut.

Trimmed away some of Batman’s punches to Superman’s face, using the theatrical cut.

Replaced Batman’s lines as he drags Superman with a line from a TV spot. Based on Reese Evans’ edit.

Recut the “Martha” scene. Trimmed Batman and Superman’s lines as the information is given. The death flashbacks have been cut down and rearranged in order to keep focused on the name Martha. A shot from Man of Steel of Clark hugging Martha has also been added, along with a voiceover from Alfred and the Joker’s laugh as Batman reconsiders his actions. This now helps clarify the intended meaning of the scene. Batman is about to become the murderer of someone who also has a family, as he comes to the realization of his poor actions. Removing Batman killing people strengthens this scene further.

Removed Batman firing down on Lex’s men in the Batwing as he approaches the warehouse.

Replaced Batman allowing two men to explode with a grenade with an unused moment from the trailer of him man-handling someone into a stack of pallets.

Used a shot from the theatrical cut when Batman flings a crate at someone to remove a blood stain on the wall, implying he’s been killed.

Removed Batman possibly killing the guy he put a knife into his shoulder.

Added in a shot of Joe Chill’s gun firing to kill Martha Wayne, which prompts Batman to risk saving Martha Kent.

Moved Lois throwing the kryptonite spear into the water prior to Batman arriving at the warehouse.

Trimmed Superman and Lex’s dialogue in the Kryptonian ship.

Removed Anderson Cooper’s line, “Thankfully the work week is over.”

Removed the President asking Swanwick who Projectile 2 is.

Removed the scene of Swanwick telling the President that Doomsday is unkillable.

Removed Batman explaining to Alfred that he needs to lead Doomsday to the kryptonite spear.

Trimmed away Batman firing down on Doomsday.

Removed Batman and Superman’s lines about who Wonder Woman is with.

Lois now gets trapped underwater closer to when she is saved so Superman doesn’t seem as distracted.

Trimmed the fight between Superman, Wonder Woman and Doomsday.

Removed Batman’s portion of the fight with Doomsday.

Recut Superman and Clark’s funeral sequences to have the priest’s words play over them.

Removed the bagpipe music during both funerals.

Removed Lex’s lines in his cell after Batman has left.

Moved Lois dropping the dirt on Clark’s casket prior to Bruce’s conversation with Diana.

Removed the dirt rising from Clark’s casket, as the devil painting is now the final shot of the film.

Superman: The Man of Steel (Planned Project) (VFX NEEDED!)

Man of Steel is a film that, at the time of its release, divided many on whether they liked or disliked it. I was incredibly excited to see it then, as the trailers were fantastic and I had been wanting to see a new Superman movie. I ended up leaving the theater feeling really disappointed in how it turned out. It didn’t live up to the deep and emotional experience the marketing had promised, as it seemed to sacrifice characters and storytelling in the third act for bombastic action and pure spectacle. The film also felt too dark and depressing for who is one of the most colorful and optimistic superheroes of all time. Hans Zimmer’s score didn’t click for me either, as it was fine as it was, but again, didn’t fit who Superman is. Overtime, the film has gotten better in some areas on repeat viewings, but I’m still not a fan of Zack Snyder’s vision.

This edit seeks to take what is there and turn Man of Steel into a more tonally accurate take on Superman. The film has been restructured, as some sequences have been removed, that never served a strong impact. The colors have all been corrected to breathe some life into it and not look so desaturated. Hans Zimmer’s score has been replaced with the classic Superman themes that have become synonymous with the character, and even new opening credits, based on Richard Donner’s two films, has been added. This is my take on what Man of Steel could’ve been.

I’d like to give a big thanks to Agent 9 and TM2YC for their great work for their own edits of Man of Steel. Agent 9, especially, as he is the one that made me see the beauty and transformation changing music can do for the tone. Many ideas come from their own edits, so I’d love for anyone to show them love and support.

The primary video source will be from kk650’s color regrade, while also color corrected throughout.

Re-scored the entire film with John Williams, Ken Thorne, Alexander Courage and John Ottman’s Superman work. Their work from other films is also used.

Added new establishing shots of Krypton, based on Agent 9’s edit. May need some help with VFX.

Removed the scene of Kal-El’s birth.

Removed the shot of the robot taking the embryo, as Kryptonians are no longer bred genetically.

Trimmed away Jor-El telling Zod that he has a son. Zod already knows that he has one.

Removed Zod demanding Jor-El to tell him where Kal-El is.

Removed Zod telling Lara to abort the launch, as well as the second glances she gives her husband.

Cut Zod spitting at the Council and one of his “I will find him” lines.

Added an opening credits sequence based on the original Superman films. I’ll need help from someone who knows how to put these classic credits together.

Added in a new shot of Saturn after the opening credits to transition to Kal-El’s journey to Earth, based on Agent 9’s edit. May need some VFX help on this.

Removed the entire sequence of Clark working on a fishing boat and rescuing the workers at the oil rig.

Removed Clark listening to his classmates gossip about him while he’s crying in the cupboard.

Removed Clark underwater and stealing clothes, along with him watching a school bus drive off.

Moved the school bus accident sequence to when Lois asks Pete Ross about the incident.

Removed Pete Ross calling Clark “Dick splash” and added in sound effects of Clark hearing the bus’ tire about to pop. Based on TM2YC’s edit.

Moved the school bus aftermath to when Clark tells Lois about his father at the graveyard.

Trimmed away Clark asking Jonathan Kent if he should’ve let the kids drown and his response.

Removed the shot of the military guys reacting to the trucker pouring beer on Clark, along with pushing him.

Removed the trucker coming out of the bar to find his truck destroyed.

Added the extended sequence of Clark’s mountain journey from Batman V Superman after attempting to hitchhike.

Added new establishing shots of Lois’ helicopter arriving up North.

Removed Lois’ response to the compliment of her written works for the Daily Planet.

Trimmed Lois’ line, “Look. Let’s get one thing straight, guys. Okay?”

Trimmed and re-ordered some of Lois and Clark’s investigations aboard the scout ship.

Removed the Kryptonian probe attacking Clark.

Removed the scene hinting at Supergirl.

Removed Clark cauterizing Lois’ wound with his heat vision.

Added establishing shots of the arctic, along with trimming to imply that Lois left the scout ship, rather than Clark leaving her out in the snow.

Added an establishing shot of the Daily Planet, taken from a Turkish airline commercial to promote Batman V Superman.

Moved Lois’ conversation with Woodburn prior to her investigation on Clark.

Removed the scene of Jor-El showing Clark the Genesis chamber, though kept a shot of Jor-El, repurposing it.

Removed Superman’s first attempt at flying.

Removed the entire sequence of Jonathan Kent’s death, along with Clark’s lines that he let him die.

Added an establishing shot of Metropolis to transition to Lois returning to the Daily Planet.

Removed the other countries receiving Zod’s transmission to focus on the main narrative.

Slightly distort Zod’s voice when he makes his announcement to compliment the static video signal.

Moved the flashback of Clark getting bullied to after he passes out on Zod’s ship.

Removed the bully’s, “Come on, Kent!”

Slightly trimmed Clark’s conversation with the priest.

Re-timed a moment with Lois reacting to Superman’s response about surrendering to feel more natural.

Removed Superman’s dialogue as he is reacting to the Kryptonian atmosphere on Zod’s ship.

Removed Zod’s line, “But all we found was death.”

Moved the scene of Jax-Ur drawing blood from Superman prior to Lois inserting the command key.

Removed the shot of Pete Ross watching Zod’s ships fly across Smallville.

Removed Superman’s, “You’ll be safe here.”

Removed Superman slamming Zod into a cooling tower.

Recut Superman walking down the street and telling the civilians to get inside.

Removed the military pilot’s, “Oh shit!”

Blended two action scenes between Superman, Faora-Ul and a Kryptonian together, trimming it up some.

Moved Superman checking on Martha Kent to after Jax-Ur tells Zod about the Codex.

Trimmed some of Jax-Ur’s lines as he explains the location of the Codex.

Trimmed the reactions of the civilians in Metropolis reacting to the World Engine’s descend.

Trimmed away Superman choking on the poisonous clouds surrounding the World Engine.

Heavily trimmed Superman’s fight with the robotic tentacles.

Removed a shot of hundreds of people on the streets getting wiped out by explosions.

Removed Perry telling his employees to leave the building.

Heavily trimmed away much of the massacre of Metropolis, removing the sequence of Jenny getting trapped under the rubble.

Moved the second half of Zod and Jor-El’s conversation to after the tentacles throw Superman into the World Engine’s beam.

Removed Zod’s final words to Jor-El before silencing him.

Replaced the scene of Superman reaching towards the sky with two shots from Superman Returns of him flying through the clouds to indicate he is flying to Metropolis.

Added a shot from Superman Returns of him flying through the clouds towards the scout ship.

Removed the moment between Superman and Zod about destroying the control deck of the scout ship.

Replaced Superman recovering from the wreckage to rescue Lois with two shots from Superman Returns of him zooming through the city.

Muted Superman screaming as he flies away from the Phantom Drive.

Removed the dialogue from Perry and Jenny as Superman and Lois land.

Removed the dialogue between Superman and Lois during their first kiss.

Removed Zod’s line, “My soul. That is what you have taken from me!”

Heavily trimmed the fight between Superman and Zod to keep it focused.

Moved Lois’ arrival at the train station to after Superman kills Zod.

Removed Zod’s, “Never!”

Removed Superman’s scream of anguish.

Lovingly borrowed a shot from TM2YC’s edit which makes the tear on Superman’s face more apparent.

Moved the scene between Superman and General Swanwick to the credits as a mid-credits scene.

Moved the Superman symbol after the film cuts to black before the credits roll, adding the title of the edit.

Added a fan editor credit and John Williams as the composer. May need someone to help out with that.

Harry Potter: Enhanced Editions (Audiobooks) (Books 1-6 Released)

Darth Muffy said:

Hi Lawdog,
Good to see your final edit for your Enhanced Editions audiobooks looks to be coming along 😄👍.

ratopag said:

… Some looped music can be quite unnerving, the worst example is chapter 32 of The Order of the Phoenix (Out of the fire).

Admittedly that chapters background music loop for The Order of the Phoenix can be a bit distacting by having music that finishes with a climatic finish every 40 seconds for over 10 mins. Small criticism for an otherwise perfect fanedit.

I’m sorry to hear that. I’m not exactly sure which part it’s in.

Harry Potter: Enhanced Editions (Audiobooks) (Books 1-6 Released)

ratopag said:

Great work really. If you want my 2 cents for any future project like this (don’t take any offense because I am absolutely not an editor like you are and english is not my mother tongue) :

The best parts are when you added background noise that matches the environment, it frees the imagination from having to work on setting up the scene, so that the mind can focus on exactly what’s happening. For instance, when you add rain in the background when JKR writes it’s raining/bad weather, it sets the tone. It’s really great and relaxing. Privet drive street sounds are great too (like the distant lawn mowing). Also chimney fires are great. Some sounds give an ASMR kind of effect, it’s really immersive, really good choices. I look forward to how you are going to render the last book, and the chapters during which they reside under a tent.

Some looped music can be quite unnerving, the worst example is chapter 32 of The Order of the Phoenix (Out of the fire). I had to replace that file with the original because it’s just too annoying, even if it’s the music from the exact movie scene. It’s too loud sometimes too. Same thing for the first chapter of Prisoner of Azkaban when the trip to Egypt of the Weasleys is narrated.

One last thing maybe: even if it’s part of the Universe, the random owl sounds can be quite out of place and surprising when immersed in the story and ambiance you enriched. Similarly, some other effects relate exactly to the story in a way that makes them redundant to our own imagination and prevent us from relaxing into the ambience. For example, some door knocking sounds : we imagine these because they are announced by the narrator so we don’t need to hear them too as a sound effect, contrary to the continuous background ambiance that you give depth to. You prevent us from forgetting the description of the scene when you take care of the general ambience and you provide more immersion with some special effects for the most unusual sounds, there is simply this slight redundance sometimes a bit.

By the way, some voice effects are not from the original files if i remember correctly, and these are a fantastic improvement too.

It must have been really difficult to reach that level of quality. Amazing in any case.

Best regards,

PS: I could not find your discord ?

Thank you for your feedback. I’ve sent you the link to my Discord server.

Aquaman: King of Atlantis (Planned Project)

Aquaman was a film that a lot of people seemed to have enjoyed. For me, I honestly found it to be a pretty dull experience. The biggest problem for me is probably the script. It doesn’t feel like anything new I’ve seen before and I didn’t really care all that much for the characters. It’s a real shame, because I think James Wan is a very solid filmmaker and did a solid job directing.

My edit attempts to do the best it can to hopefully make the film a bit more interesting to watch. While there isn’t as much stuff that can be done, due to its structure and no deleted scenes released, I feel that this is the best that can be done.

Color corrected the entire film.

Re-scored the entire film, removing all songs as well. I’ve been considering using work from James Horner.

Removed the majority of the text cards for each location.

Removed the intro narration from Arthur.

Trimmed Atlanna and Thomas Curry blowing on their tea.

Removed the Atlantian soldiers ordering Atlanna to return to Atlantis.

Removed Atlanna’s, “Tom! My weapon!”

Removed the discussion between Atlanna and Thomas about tears.

Muted some of the bullies’ dialogue as they harass Arthur.

Removed the story about the knife David Kane is given.

Muted the pirate telling Kane that a man hit the submarine.

Removed Kane’s, “That’s not a man.”

Muted Arthur’s, “Up!”

Muted Arthur’s lines as he walks away from the Kanes.

Removed the subtitle that the ballast has been ruptured.

Trimmed away Kane’s father telling him to live so he can kill Aquaman.

Trimmed some of the last words between Kane and his father.

Removed the bikers taking selfies with Arthur.

Removed King Orm’s history lesson about the meeting place.

The explosion during the meeting has been brought sooner for better pacing.

Cut Vulko’s, “To arms!”

Trimmed Arthur and Mera’s conversation.

Moved the scene of Kane getting paid gold after the submarine attack, trimming away some of Kane’s lines.

Trimmed Dr. Shin’s rant on the news to remove the question of the existence of Atlanteans.

Removed the flashback of Vulko teaching Arthur a swimming lesson.

Trimmed the humor when Mera first shows Arthur her ship.

Trimmed away Vulko saying, “It gave us the ability to breathe underwater.”

Removed Orm’s line, “I can’t believe you’re finally here. I’ve heard so many stories about you.”

Trimmed the bad acting from teenage Arthur.

Removed some of the slow motion moments during Arthur and Orm’s fight.

Cut Orm throwing up water in the air pocket.

Removed a comedic bit between Arthur and Mera as they’re being chased.

Removed Orm flying beside Arthur and Mera on their escape.

Removed Mera dismissing Arthur while inside of the whale.

Trimmed away Arthur and Mera bickering on who saved who.

Removed the shots of Arthur and Mera walking out of the ocean, as the film cuts to the plane flying over the Sahara desert.

Tightened Arthur and Mera’s discussion on the plane, trimming away Mera’s heartache line.

Trimmed away King Nereus describing Mera as “the Princess of Xebel.”

Removed Kane’s line, “Killing him is my reward.”

Trimmed the shots of Kane using the gun and removing Orm’s lines about it.

Removed Arthur’s lines as they enter the boundary.

Trimmed away the joke of Arthur saying he could’ve peed on the recording.

Trimmed away Mera testing Arthur’s memorization.

Removed the emphasis on Mera holding Arthur’s hand, along with his lines when looking at the map inside the bottle.

Removed Arthur and Mera eating roses.

Slightly moved up the explosion in Italy to reduce Arthur and Mera’s loving gaze.

Removed Black Manta’s monologue as he arrives in Italy.

Removed Black Manta’s, “That’s right!”

Removed Black Manta announcing his name to Arthur.

Removed Arthur and Black Manga’s lines between each other inside of the house.

Removed Black Manta’s lines, “You can’t run! You owe me blood!”

Removed the joke with Murk and the toliet.

Removed Mera and Atlanna telling Arthur he needs to be a hero.

Removed a brief flashback of Arthur communicating with the shark in the aquarium.

Trimmed away the reactions from others during Karathen to focus on the Atlanteans.

Removed Arthur and Mera’s kiss.

Removed the slow-motion after Orm lands on the surface of the ship.

Removed Mera’s final speech.

Removed Arthur’s final narration and the final shot of him.

Added a fan edit credit and name of the new composer to the end credits.