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2001: A Space Odyssey Lost Footage Not Planned for Release

21 December 2010 9:40 AM, PST | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

With the release of The Complete Metropolis earlier this year, which restored some 25 minutes of footage to a classic film, you can't help but wonder how many other important pieces of cinematic history are still waiting to be discovered out there. As it turns out, just last week, we learned of another potentially amazing discovery: an additional 17 minutes of Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey had been found sitting in a salt mine vault in Kansas. Documentary filmmaker Douglas Trumbull revealed this fact during a recent screening of the film in Toronto, which immediately got people talking about the possibility of re-integrating the footage and preparing a brand new release. However, some people disputed the fact that this was actually a new discovery, claiming that the studio had known about the extra footage for years, and now this week Warner Brothers have issued a statement [1] to help »

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WB Uncovers Lost Footage From Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey'

16 December 2010 4:05 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Warner Bros. has evidently found 17 minutes of lost footage from Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi classic "2001: A Space Odyssey" in a Kansas salt-mine vault, according to Forgotten Silver (via Slash Film and The Film Stage). Douglas Trumbull (the film's special photographic effects supervisor) revealed the exciting news at a recent screening of "2001" in Toronto. Trumbull said he wasn't sure what the studio plans to do with the footage, which was found in pristine, "perfectly preserved" condition and is considered an important piece of movie history. According to its IMDb page, "2001's" »

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17 Minutes of Lost ’2001: A Space Odyssey’ Footage Found

16 December 2010 3:11 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Almost like discovering a monolith buried underground, Warner Brothers recently found 17 minutes of lost footage from Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey in a salt-mine vault in Kansas. But before you go and drop acid in anticipation of an extended cut of the film, consider the slippery slope this footage constitutes. One, just because the footage was found doesn't necessarily mean it's going to make it into the public eye. Two, Kubrick himself reportedly cut the footage from the film because he felt it created pacing issues. And three, the film is just about perfect as is, do you really want to screw it up? Hit the jump for more details on the footage as well as what it might contain. The Film Stage [1] first alerted us to the news of this footage. They point us to a reports from Forgotten Silver [2] and Blastr [3] about an event in »

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