Spider-Man: Far From Home - Elemental Expansion Edition

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Spider-Man: Far From Home - Elemental Expansion Edition
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Tagline:
I think Nick Fury just extended our summer vacation.
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Original Release Date:
2019
Original Running Time:
129
Fanedit Release Date:
Fanedit Running Time:
136
Time Added:
7
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Brief Synopsis:
The Elemental Expansion Edition aims to create the longest possible cut with footage taken from trailers, TV Spots and the Blu-Ray bonus scenes.

This cut adds 11 new scenes, shots and lines, expanding the runtime with 7 new minutes of footage, as well as restructing the ending of the film for a more fluid finale, with the mid-credits now being attached to the rest of the film.

Intention:
I wanted to create the longest watchable cut of Far From Home, and include all the extra material that I could from the trailers and Blu-Ray as I loved macmilln's cut, but missed some of the other unused scenes. As well as the mid credits scene annoying the hell out of me, it was something simple I could fix too, so I sought to create my own Expansion Edition. edited to my own liking.
Other Sources:
Spider-Man Far From Home Blu-Ray: For the film, To-Do List and bonus deleted scenes
Official Teaser Trailer, International Teaser Trailer and the Official Trailer - For the extra shots and lines that weren't on the Blu-Ray
Spider-Man: Far from Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Just for the "Swinging Set" track to bridge the new ending together
The Ramones - I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
Special Thanks:
macmilln for creating his own amazing Farther From Home and letting me borrow a few sound clips
motleycat Enterprises inc for coming up with the name
Release Information:
Digital
Special Features
- Spider Bits and Bites: Unused Deleted Scenes and Shots
Editing Details:
I did use macmilln's own Farther From Home for a few little audio transitions as he made his edit wonderfully.
I recut the "To-Do List" as it's restructed in the same vein as the official theatrical Extended Cut, rather than the Blu-Ray, and also includes a new shot of Peter grabbing the mini toothpaste that Aunt May mentions later on. It was in the trailer and the offical EC yet not the BR. The entire sequence is just shifted around slightly and has the notebook interludes removed.
Another scene that wasn't used was Beck creating a false energy reading for Fury to detect that replicates the other Elementals. The CG isn't 100% there, but I feel it's alright. This was included in the official EC, but had finished effects. Why they didn't just put that version on the BR is beyond me.
A few short shots and lines are also borrowed from trailers and TV spots for good measure.
Cuts and Additions:
- Added Peter's "To-Do List"" sequence and re-editing it according to the theatrical Extended Cut of the film.
- Alternate angle of Peter shutting his closet after he looks at his suit
- Added Peter saying "No banana, great" after the customs officer pulls out the fruit
- Two Alternate Angles when the class are discussing Mysterio
- Replaced one of Flash's lines about Spider-Man in the same scene
- Added extra reaction shot from Peter regarding the dickwad line
- Added Fury saying "Let's go for a ride" before him and Peter leave for the gondola
- Added Peter's class looking at some stuff at a shop when Peter stops to get the Night Monkey suit
- Added Beck talking to some hired extras and turning on a device to replicate an Elemental energy surge to trick Fury
- Added Peter and MJ falling asleep on each other on the plane back
- Edited the mid credits scene onto the end of the movie so that Peter says "what the fu..." before the credits music kicks in, similar to Homecoming
- Moved end-credits scene with Fury to the mid-credits
- New post credits scene

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The only thing left for me here, is to agree with the users before. The added scenes aren´t felt anything but natural. You wouldn´t recognize them if you watch it for the first time. The restructured ending is more enjoyable than before.

The only thing i´ve to "criticise" is the overall bitrate of the video (i like it near bluray quality), but this is a personal preference because i´m sensetive to image quality.

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Another brilliant extended edition from Bobson Dugnutt seamlessly integrating the deleted scenes. The To-Do list and the MJ and Pete on the plane was so needed in the movie, it's baffling why it was left on the cutting room floor. Also, great restructure for the ending it really mirrors homecoming's ending. All in all, an easy recommend over the theatrical version and a must see for any first time watchers.

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Bobson Dugnutt never fails to knock it out of the park with his edits, and this one is no exception. Spider-Man: Far From Home, like Homecoming before, was/is a solid film with a few missing elements. I felt especially the "to-do list" should have absolutely been in the final cut of the film. I liked that macmillan included it in his edit, but I love how you took out the list transitions and seamlessly turning it into a very natural montage. Which brings me to the other small yet expertly done edits: "let's go for a ride." is well put in despite it being in a TV spot which makes a very good transition to the next scene. The class looking at the items in the shop is a substantial addition perfectly showing how and why they are distracted while Pete is elsewhere. "Beck creating a false energy reading for Fury" scene why wasn't that in the movie at all is also beyond me. MJ and Pete on the plane just a brilliant addition as well as a great pay off. Finally, the original mid credits scene happening BEFORE the credits is a very great choice in my mind. I love how you make small editions yet expand the movie in a natural way without it feeling bloated whatsoever. I highly recommend any first time watcher of the movie to watch your edit and fans of the MCU.

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Not a lot to say on this one. A fantastic movie made just a bit better for there being a bit more of it. Still not a fan of the May/Happy thing, but that is not the faneditor's problem. Any attempt to remove it would probably break continuity with the next movie. Nothing was out of place or weird, no audio or video issues. Just a smooth ride. A very enjoyable addition to one of the few MCU movies not to need extensive reworking. Definitely a recommended edit.

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A strong extended cut which improves upon the original.
I was not a huge fan of the theatrical cut of Far From Home. I felt that the first hour or so was too much of a high-school drama, focused on the uninteresting bits of school life. I think that Bobson's decision to include the deleted To-Do List scene adds a lot to that first hour. I appreciate the extra-thought that went into removing the notebook interludes - while they served a comedic function, their removal helped with immersion into the edit.
The editing was perfect here - scenes were extended and integrated seamlessly, and that too boosted enjoyment.

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