History ThrowItIn / Film

1st Dec '16 12:34:35 PM Vox
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** In ''The Two Towers'', Aragorn comes upon a scene that seems to indicate that two of the other characters are dead. On the extended DVD, they show several takes of him snarling in helpless anger as he kicks an Orcish helmet. Then, in the take that was used, he collapses to his knees, screaming in what looked like fury and grief. It was actually pain- Viggo Mortensen [[AgonyOfTheFeet broke two toes]] kicking the helmet.

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** In ''The Two Towers'', Aragorn comes upon a scene that seems to indicate that two of the other characters are dead. On the extended DVD, they show several takes of him snarling in helpless anger as he kicks an Orcish helmet. Then, in the take that was used, he collapses to his knees, screaming in what looked like fury and grief. It was actually physical pain- Viggo Mortensen [[AgonyOfTheFeet broke two toes]] kicking the helmet.helmet, but Mortensen managed to work it into his performance seamlessly.
25th Nov '16 6:23:13 PM Discar
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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', Tony's "I'm going to sit here, so you move your leg?" was improvised, since Tom Holland forgot his blocking, for the scene. It works as Tom Holland acting anxious about Robert Downey Jr. melds in well to Peter acting anxious about Tony Stark!?

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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', Tony's "I'm going to sit here, so you move your leg?" was improvised, since Tom Holland forgot his blocking, for the scene. It works as Tom Holland acting anxious about Robert Downey Jr. melds in well to Peter acting anxious about Tony Stark!?Stark.
25th Nov '16 2:47:03 AM Angus
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* In ''Film/OneHundredAndTwentySevenHours'', in the self-amputation scene, the crew had created a super-realistic prosthetic arm for the lead actor James Franco to cut through. It was so realistically built that they didn't actually expect the actor to be able to cut through the bones, and had planned editing alternate shots to simulate it. However, Franco did manage to do it, and it was so realistic and gruesome that the take was left in the final film.
21st Nov '16 5:55:31 AM 06tele
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** One of the extras during the end of the Mr. Creosote scene is [[EnforcedMethodActing actually]] {{vomit|ChainReaction}}ing.
21st Nov '16 5:51:54 AM 06tele
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* In ''Film/{{MASH}}'', after the scene where the main characters prank Sally Kellerman's character Hot Lips by dropping the shower tent wall while she's taking a shower and forcibly exposing her, Hot Lips goes to complain to Col Blake. The scene as written was comic and rather cruel, with Hot Lips hysterically threatening to resign her commission and Blake calmly replying "Well, god damn it, Hot Lips, resign your god-damned commission," and was intended to be Hot Lips's final scene in the film, the implication being that she did just that. But Altman kept the camera running and Kellerman played the humiliation absolutely straight, ad-libbing a desperate wail of "My commission..." It made the prank look cruel and the character much more sympathetic. Altman decided to keep the character in the film and the writers gave her a HeelFaceTurn; in later scenes she has loosened up and has become one of the gang e.g. cheer-leading exuberantly during the football match.
16th Nov '16 11:56:53 AM Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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* In ''Film/OnTheWaterfront'', Eva Marie Saint accidentally drops her glove, which Marlon Brando proceeds to pick up and play with. The scene was kept in the movie.
12th Nov '16 4:45:29 PM nombretomado
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* Another continuity reference happens at the end of ''Film/ElDorado'' when JohnWayne snaps at Robert Mitchum for alternating which arm he put his crutch under. Before becoming a big star, Wayne did part-time continuity work in college.

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* Another continuity reference happens at the end of ''Film/ElDorado'' when JohnWayne Creator/JohnWayne snaps at Robert Mitchum for alternating which arm he put his crutch under. Before becoming a big star, Wayne did part-time continuity work in college.
7th Nov '16 2:40:03 PM LtFedora
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** Before setting off, Quint recites "Here lies the body of Mary Lee, died at the age of 103. For fifteen years, she kept her virginity. Not a bad record for this vicinity." This was added by Robert Shaw; when asked who wrote it, he replied that he found it on a tombstone in Ireland.
5th Nov '16 8:23:30 AM LuchaLibro
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* In ''Film/{{Zootopia}}'', during the scene where Judy reunites with Nick, Ginnifer Goodwin (Judy) begun crying while reciting her lines. The directors used this take.
30th Oct '16 12:32:11 PM LtFedora
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** Jack Albertson threw in the line "educated eggdicator."
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