Childish humor is gone, as FireMerk Studios takes the MCU into unknown territories. Every MCU film will be featured to help tell an original story by FireMerk, similar to past projects. New music, new color grade, and too many surprises to count on one hand. Maybe two.
Blade Trinity: ReVamped
A new opening, new ending, reconstructed dialogue interactions, slicker pacing and other revisions throughout. The new ending was included to imitate something that was part of the initial idea for Blade 3 back in the day.
Spider-Man 2: No Otto Edition
Imagine if Spider-Man 2 was all about character, no big budget fights, just a study of Peter Parker and how he learns to accept the responsibility.
X-Men: Revamped Edition
A re-edited version of the first X-Men film by removing all the continuity errors.
X-Men 2: Revamped Edition
A re-edited version of the second X-Men film by removing all the continuity errors, and removing Jean Grey becoming Phoenix.
X-Men 3: The Cure
The Last Stand is "Inspired by a fan editor named Zarius. It's X-Men: The Last Stand but without the Dark Phoenix storyline and focus on The Cure storyline." The new title of this film is "X3: The Cure"
Enter a universe where all of the earliest heroes are there at the same time. Stories have been simplified, given a new color grade, small connections, and continuity errors have been cleaned.
Spider-Man 3: Definitive Cut
The only version worth watching. Spider-Man has become an icon and the city has embraced him with open arms, but fame is not so easy to manage. Peter is neglectful and Mary-Jane is lonely at a time when she needs him the most. A new hot-shot photographer and all around cool guy, Eddie Brock, wants to replace the Daily Bugle’s boy scout freelancer. To make matters worse Harry is determined to destroy Peter through deception and manipulation. As chaos ripples through each of their lives, a dark force will show up to empower those who are suffering.
Spider-Man 3: The Unofficial Final Cut
Spider-Man 3 partially felt like it didn’t know what it wanted to be. Sometimes a comedy sometimes a dark descent into revenge. I’m here for the latter and have removed 20+ minutes of bad scenes, corny acting, dumb subplots, and placed back in deleted scenes, dialogue, and shots shown in the trailers to give off a sense of 3.1. Uncle Ben is no longer killed by Sandman and Harry no longer has amnesia.
Spider-Man 3: Vengeance
"Vengeance" is slightly more focused on the vengeance that Harry (and later, Eddie) wants from Peter.
Spider-Man: Spectacular Cut
Witness the birth and tragedy of Peter Parker as he fights for a simple life while villains run amok and the girl of his dreams is unreachable. Scenes have been removed with subplots, the movies have been given a new color grade, and the cheesiness is trimmed.
The Amazing Spider-Man Redux
The Amazing SpiderMan: Turning Point
Harry introduction scene starts right on the beggining, and Norman dies a few minutes before - Peter Parker's blood in this version it's just a different type from Harry's, there is no such thing as Peter been chosen to be Spider-Man ⁃ Electro now look like a secoundary villan - Added a uncle Ben scene ⁃ There is around of 10 minutes to deleted scenes when we focus more on Peter and Gwen relashionship and in Harry Osborn's AKA Green Goblin - Cut the crowd loving Spider-Man (i mean, if there's a electro guy in times square hurting people, run!! Don't be there, run!!) SO MUCH MORE!!
Age of Ultron
The film is now completely in Black and White, a number of those quips and one liners have been mostly/completely omitted from the film, to help create a more streamlined and less goofy tone. Action scenes were trimmed down due to their excessive nature, smaller tweaks done to certain scenes (don't want to give them away here) and even a new post credit scene was added to the ending.
Agent Carter : The Movie
The first season of Marvel/ABC's show Agent Carter edited down to the length of a feature film. Agent Carter is the most connected to the Cinematic Universe of all of the Marvel shows and now it can be watched seamlessly alongside the other movies in the MCU.