An idea believed by many to be impossible, JXEditor has pieced together over a dozen sources to create a new, thirty-six minute story; about the fall of the Jedi Order, at the hands of the relentless Sith Empire.
Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back Episode V
This special edition fanedit combines the majority of the definitive chapter in the Star Wars saga with over forty five minutes worth of footage from Return of the Jedi to create a more complete viewing experience, with a different prologue and cliffhanger ending!
Stark Trek - Seeds of Wrath
What IronMan23 had in mind, was to give this film a fresh new look in re-orderings, the removal of as many references and lip service snippets, and even a brand new title, trying to fix most of the annoyances, and give us all something a little closer to what Star Trek used to mean.
Return of the Jedi
With brand new music tracks throughout, fewer gags and fewer Ewoks, less of that pesky exposition, characters that are more consistent with their past selves, and even a more somber ending IronMan23 hopes to give all Star Wars fans a brand new experience
SkyWalker: A Star Wars Story
Following the release of his fanedit "Kenobi- A Star Wars Story," JXEditor was asked if he would make a companion to the edit, taking place at the same time, following Anakin, titled 'Skywalker.' The answer was "no," as there'd be too many repeated scenes. Instead this sequel was made, following the adventure of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), while periodically returning to Anakin (Hayden Christensen) and Darth Vader (James Earl Jones). Witness this "new and refreshing take" ("Star Wars Story" Youtube) on the story we all know and love.
Star Wars: The Lat Jedi - Cowards Cut
Didn’t like the interesting take on Luke? Now he’s a bland Obi-Wan clone (whom he really has no right to be, if you think about it) who trains Rey immediately and doesn’t hesitate until she starts to turn toward the dark. Find out more changes by clicking.
The Empire Begins
The Empire Begins consolidates the prequel trilogy into one self-contained episode, carefully edited to feel like a real Lucasfilm release. Darth Awesome used footage from all three prequels + a few deleted scenes.
STAR WARS EP IX: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER - THE CLOSURE CUT