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Week of November 29th, 2020 - New Fanedits

The Scribbling Man

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6 new edits this week...

4 from @"Masirimso17":


Amazing Spider-Man, The: The Untold Extended Edition
This is The Amazing Spider-Man with all its deleted scenes PLUS the Roosevelt subplot from the second movie added to the first movie. This is the full extent of the promised Untold Story without polluting the overstuffed second movie.


Spider-Man: Homecoming - Responsibility Edition
The same Spider-Man: Homecoming you love with a pinch of added responsibility.


The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - The Mystery Cut
The Arkenstone Edition by Kerr with Chris Hartwell's mystery angle and some added dwarf moments.


The Hobbit: Fire and Water - Revisited Edition
The Hobbit: Fire and Water is back with much more changes big and small. This is the definitive way to watch this fanedit.

And two others:


I Heard You Paint Houses by macmilln
A straightforward edit that does no more than cut up "The Irishman" at key places, transforming it into a 4-part miniseries.


The Time Machine - A Science Experiment by lapis molari
H.G. Wells coined the term Time Machine in his eponymous 1895 book. It remains the yardstick that all time-travel stories are measured by. George Pal brought the story to life in the mesmerizing 1960 movie. This lush Victorian interpretation of the Time Machine has set the tone for much of the Steampunk genre. This masterpiece deserved a bit of tidying up for today's audiences.


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We need a scrolling or scrollable module for the "Latest Fanedits" section on the IFDB page. It a shame that Masirimso17's edit doesn't get displayed.

Is that hard to do? I can research for solution if pointed in the right direction - not sure how this site works LOL
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