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Actor Topher Grace is a FanEditor
#31
QuickCut Wrote:Let me clarify.

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Now there are two of them.
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#32
The dude on the right is far from fat.

Now, this dude is fat:
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#34
Neglify Wrote:Sad Now I got to go and edit my post so it makes sense.

I'm in the same boat lol. The Mod should have moved it, but left it a separate thread so it makes sense. One thread is about the news, the other (mine) is about a request for opinions on a good 3-in-1. Different topics.
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#35
Roy Anderson Wrote:I'm in the same boat lol. The Mod should have moved it, but left it a separate thread so it makes sense. One thread is about the news, the other (mine) is about a request for opinions on a good 3-in-1. Different topics.

Oh well. No big deal really.
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#36
Ugh I need to see this edit! Topher Grace is the man! May the TRUE force with you.
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#37
Awesome! I wish I could see this. I wasn't the big Topher Grace fan, but this sounds awesome.

Also, I haven't listened to that debate, but every time I've heard Kyle Newman talk about the prequels, he comes across like an arrogant, defensive idiot. Undecided He may be nice in everyday life, but every time I hear him ranting about the "untouchable masterpieces" of the prequels, I wanna shake some sense into him.

Granted, he had his own film (Fanboys) massively recut by the studio, so maybe that's where his pain comes from. If I had that happen to me, maybe I'd feel the same way, too.
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#38
So I can only assume that someone has taken a look at the three articles, and is considering trying to put it together? If not, can they? I really want to see this and I have my doubts about it leaking.
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#39
While there's not enough info. available to match the exact same edits done for Topher's 'The Editor Strikes Back' version, I reckon there's enough descriptions in the 3 different 'review' links for someone to come up with a reasonably similar kind of overall '3-in-1' structure as he did.

Certainly as far as how it begins and ends anyway.

Seeing a single, all-in-one version that opens mid-way through the Darth Maul duel might be pretty neat, and I'm sure there's plenty who'd like to see a shortened version of the prequels...especially since it removes 'young' Anakin altogether!

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#40
ImperialFighter Wrote:Strange that he wants to fiddle around with the already great 'Close Encounters Of The Third Kind' next though, considering there's certain other titles that could REALLY do with being re-worked instead.

Yeah, that one threw me for a minute, too, since it's already a much celebrated film.

But I think the trick is that there's a ton of available footage to work from. He was working with 7 hours of footage for the prequels. With Close Encounters, there's the original 1977 version, the network TV version, the Special Edition that goes inside the spacecraft, the combined footage from all previous editions, the Willy Wonka edition, etc., etc. ;-)

So that gives Topher a wide playing field to work with again.

It's also probably a favorite film of his that he's very familiar with, which is necessary to do a good edit. I've occasionally thought of doing a cut of Independence Day, for instance, but I don't know that movie well enough. I would need to know it forwards and backwards to do a pretty good cut. Plus, I'm only working with the original movie plus maybe a couple of deleted scenes. So now I can kind of see where Topher is coming from. Smile
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