The SnyderCut lead to multiple recuts following in its wake (Godfather 3, Rocky IV) and directors or fans asking for support to see such projects realized. The AyerCut of Suicide Squad 2016 is the major player here but Thor 2 and Spider-man 3 + Amazing Spider-man 1 & 2 also gained interest. The idea of "definitive" new cuts is of course older with Blade Runner, Metropolis, Once Upon a Time in America and multiple James Cameron films as prime examples. Comics & games also have equivalents to this. Games that need to be retooled after release are frankly an issue today.
(There are also demands to remake stuff like The Last Jedi which is something else altogether.) Have you ever supported a New/Definitive Version of an already released product?
I participated in a (fan) campaign
I only try such releases out after they are released
Leave the past alone!Edit:
Got another one for the last week of November after Cowboy Bebop 2021 freshly launched. Alita 2019 and GitS 2017 also released after equally long development times. Non-Japanese Live-Action adaptations of anime & manga are on the rise and keep being optioned more often. How does that make you feel?Non-Japanese Live-Action adaptations on average
Finally got good
Are almost respectable
Very slowly improve
Still suckLast edited by residentgrigo at 7:19 am, Nov 9 2021
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