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Watch All the Missing Scenes from Rogue One

19 December 2016 6:05 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Now that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is finally here, and another box office hit for Disney and LucasFilm, fans have already started analyzing every bit of footage they can. We have already offered deep dives on the cameos and Easter Eggs, along with a report that the movie contains unused footage from A New Hope, from nearly 40 years ago. Today we have an intriguing new video from an obsessive editor who went ahead and cut a reel together of the 46 shots from the trailers and other footage, that wasn't used in the theatrical cut.

Editor, Vashi Nedomansky posted this new video on his website Vashi Visuals, which spans just over two minutes and actually serves as a great trailer on its own, albeit one comprised of footage completely excluded from the film itself. Vashi Nedomsky mentions the rumors that approximately 40% of the film was re-shot, which could »

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Watch: ‘The Shining: Forwards and Backwards’ Provides a New Way to See Stanley Kubrick’s Horror Masterpiece

27 October 2016 7:53 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Over five years ago, on Wednesday, March 9th, 2011, John Fell Ryan and Akiva Saunders premiered their experiment The Shining: Forwards and Backwards. At the Williamsburg, Brooklyn locale The Spectacle Theater they screened Stanley Kubrick’s horror masterpiece from start to finish and vice versa simultaneously and superimposed on one another. Perhaps to the surprise of some, the results were fascinating enough to lead to many more screenings, including one at Fantastic Fest in 2012, as well as being featured in Rodney Ascher‘s Room 237.

The various oddities and strange occurrences that crop up when playing the film this way have been exhaustively explored by its own the creator (see here and beyond), and if you haven’t yet seen it this way, today is your chance. Editor Vashi Nedomansky made his own version and while we can’t imagine it’ll survive online for too long due to copyright issues, »

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Los Angeles’ ‘6th Street’ Bridge Gets A Movie Tribute

1 February 2016 12:37 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

6th Street bridge movie tribute: Film fan constructs edit of movies featuring the Los Angeles landmark.

A film fan has created a 6th Street bridge movie tribute. A what? Well, the 6th Street bridge in Los Angeles is not necessarily a landmark that one would instantly recognise, but you’d be surprised just how many films the 80-year-old viaduct has featured in. There are literally hundreds. Well, the bridge is now closed (as of January 29th), and will be pulled down later this year and rebuild ready for a 2019 opening.

Vashi Nedomansky, an avid, prolific filmmaker/ editor over on Vimeo has constructed the 6th Street bridge movie tribute which features 11 of the many films that the bridge has featured in over the years since its construction in 1932. Amongst them are The Mask, Drive, Terminator 2, Point Blank (1967), The Dark Knight Rises and To Live And Die In L.A.

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