Then there's Drive, an artsy film with a big dumb trailer that made it look like Fast & Furious: Ryan Gosling Edition. YouTube user Yoko Higuchi decided to correct that with a fan trailer that can only be described as tense. There's also the plus that it doesn't spoil the entire movie or make you believe that Vin Diesel is going to show up at some point.
Companies Release Unfinished Games, So Fans Finish Them On Their Own
Today, releasing an incomplete game is considered an exciting opportunity to squeeze some extra DLC bucks out of gamers. But back in 2004, it could be a death sentence for a developer. The company behind Vampire: The Masquerade -- Bloodlines, for instance, ended up folding soon after putting out the game in an obviously unfinished state (apparently, they hadn't even settled on a subtitle).
So gamers finished it for them. Fans have been working on Bloodlines for over a decade ... and most shockingly, the results are quite good. The game is more than fully playable; it's bigger than it was supposed to be at release, since fans managed to reconstruct content the developers didn't even get close to completing.
"Full clothing" is the only missing piece they're unwilling to restore.