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Deleted Footage Rumors

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25th June 2007 0:57  #31

agentofdoom Member Join Date: March 2007 Location: United States Posts: 56
i'd like to see extra footage for jurassic park & the lost world

25th June 2007 8:51  #32

James Tully Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 436
I just watched The Fountain. It seemed like it was cut down from a much bigger (and Better) film. So I would love to see more of that.

Also the stuff cut from Superman Returns. I heard that some of it might make the sequel but otherwise I am still holding out for a much better DVD release. Loved Superman Returns!

15th March 2009 20:23  #33

stanton heck Member Join Date: June 2005 Location: United States Posts: 1,098
There is rumors that 30 minutes was cut from Spiderman 3

HAs anybody herd about if they found the missing footage from the Judy Garland Version of "A Star is Born"?

16th March 2009 10:54  #34

Disciple Member Join Date: April 2006 Location: Sweden Posts: 775
stanton heck wrote: There is also the opening of "Carrie" that was deleted! It had a young "carrie" staring at a woman sunbathing and then stones coming down from the sky!  I would like to see this on DVDWell, you can always watch Rose Red, in which King wrote in a scene like that. The little girl that is one of the main characters in that film is basically Carrie reincarnated. Big stones are falling from the sky destroying the whole neighbourhood in that scene. As it's using a Stephen King penned script it's most definitely linked to said scene in the novel Carrie. Also; I believe that scene was never shot for the movie Carrie.

17th March 2009 15:40  #35

Frodo Member Join Date: November 2004 Location: Spain Posts: 94
I am not so bothered about the "good" and "great films" as these are fine the way they are, but I would like to see the failures and bombs get the deleted footage back, mainly Ultraviolet and Babylon A.D.  As you can see there is good concepts going on and a good story trying to get out, it just got lost along the way due to meddling......


21st March 2009 20:54  #36

Die Hard Fan Member Join Date: May 2007 Location: United States Posts: 35
Batman Forever, there's been talks of a director's cut for a least several years. Way back to 2000 but nothing in stone.

Late time I heard about this was because of the Superman 2 Directo's Cut being a hit.

stanton heck wrote: There is rumors that 30 minutes was cut from Spiderman 3

I've heard about that and fans hoping for a 3.1 edition.

26th March 2009 17:13  #37

durden99 Member Join Date: December 2007 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 34
i wanna the 20 mins cut from house of 1000 corpses,but rob zombie said there are no plans for a directors cut.yeah just wait until he wants more money then hopfully we shall see it.

15th July 2009 1:53  #38

Nailwraps Member Join Date: July 2009 Location: United States Posts: 58
It was said in The Making Of Child's Play that the original cut was almost 2 hours long. Which means almost a half-hour of footage was cut. And that makes me wanna see it!  

6th August 2009 20:38  #39

James Tully Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 436
I love 'The Thin Red Line' and apparently there is about 90 minutes of edited footage cut from the film to get it to a release-able length. Would love to see more of it. Big name actors were completely cut from the film and some reduced to one line cameos.

Terence Malick and the producers fell out so badly that I doubt this will ever see the light of day but I can but hope!
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